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Ashbridges Bay

Located right in the city core near the base of Coxwell Avenue, Ashbridges Bay Park is best known for its expansive sandy beaches and its marina facilities, including washrooms and two good concrete launch ramps. It also offers good seasonal … Continue reading

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Humber Bay Park

Located on Lake Ontario at the foot of Park Lawn Road in Etobicoke, Humber Bay Park provides a wide range of fishing opportunities year-round. It has washroom facilities, is easily accessed by public transit, and offers parking for hundreds of … Continue reading

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Colonel Samuel Smith Park

This popular city park on Lake Ontario is located near the intersection of Lakeshore Road and Kipling Avenue, in Toronto’s west end. Created from landfill, it fronts the site of the former Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital and the RL Clark Filtration … Continue reading

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Toronto Harbour

Much of the information on fishing the Toronto Islands applies equally to Toronto Harbour itself, with some notable exceptions. The harbour is home to a small population of northern pike. Resident juvenile fish up to about five pounds are available … Continue reading

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Toronto Islands

The fertile bays and lagoons of the Toronto Islands offer a wide variety of angling opportunities. The islands are perhaps most revered for their northern pike. The shallow lagoons offer good fishing for small to medium-sized pike year-round, while much … Continue reading

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Grenadier Pond

Located in High Park almost in the downtown core, Grenadier Pond remains an excellent location to catch a variety of panfish including bluegill, punkinseed, black crappie, yellow perch and white perch, as well as brown bullhead, largemouth bass and carp. … Continue reading

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Humber River – Eglinton

Right in town, the middle portion of the Humber River offers good seasonal fishing for trout and salmon in the area around Eglinton Avenue. The best action for rainbow trout comes right after the season opens on the 4th Saturday … Continue reading

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Humber River – Old Mill

One of the most popular fishing spots in the western GTA, the Humber River at the Old Mill offers excellent opportunities to catch rainbow trout, brown trout, coho salmon and chinook salmon, as well as carp, panfish and bass. The … Continue reading

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Humber River – Mouth

Practically in downtown Toronto, the mouth of the Humber River offers excellent fishing for a variety of species throughout much of the year. The marshes in the lower Humber River are a prime spawning area for large Lake Ontario pike, … Continue reading

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Marie Curtis Park

Located on the shore of Lake Ontario at the mouth of Etobicoke Creek,  east of Lakefront Promenade, Marie Curtis Park is a bit of a sleeper. The creek attracts runs of suckers each spring, along with a small number of … Continue reading

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