Maps and Conditions for Ontario's Grand River
The tailwater is home to stocky fish that love to rise to caddis, cahills, march browns or a dozen other solid hatches through May, June and July. If you relish the challenge of fishing small flies, July through September provide a quiet river and ample opportunities to fish over midging trout or trico slurpers. The gorge water is breath taking and there are over 20 public access points to explore that all have their own charm and quality fishing. Most of the river is also protected by catch and release regulations to let the fish grow big despite the easy access from southern Canada and the northeastern USA. The pubs, restaurants, inns and other amenities found in our charming communities are also worth the visit all on their own. Come see what Canada's Grand River is all about. Give is a call at Troutfitters and we would be happy help you plan your visit to experience our home river.