the Grand River
Catch 'Em Bait and Tackle
is just up the road, at 3310 King St E.
Open 9AM daily.
Fishing Trips on the Grand
River...from Elora Gorge to Paris
Trips from 1 hour to all day (early AM start times
available). We provide shuttle service for you and
your gear, our boats or yours, from Elora Gorge to Paris.
For all trips, you park at our Kitchener location, we do the
Trips on the Grand River:
WEST MONTROSE (8HR) |
WATERLOO (4, 6 HR) |
CAMBRIDGE (4HR) |
PARIS (8 HR)
"I've spent a lot of time fishing
the Grand River
and it has been time well spent"
Fishing Grand River Country
The Grand "..offers world-class
brown-trout fishing comparable to the best in North America"
Magazine, Fishing Grand River Country
Grand River Bass Derby July 6&7, 2013
Family Fishing Week July 6-14, 2013
Grand River Fly Fishing Guiding and
Fishing is plentiful and there are
many species of fish in the Grand River. Below are some links to help
you plan a successful fishing outing. The Canoe Fishing Trips information
links below feature
excerpts from Grand River Conservation Foundation's Book: Fishing
Grand River Country. Excellent guide books are available for purchase
online at the
Canoeing the Grand offers at-dawn trips by
reservation only for minimum 2 canoes or more.
To reserve your fishing trip, call 1-877-896-0290
The easy way to a fishing day,
we take you and your rental canoe or kayak to your starting point upriver. You
enjoy leisurely fishing and paddling back to us where your car awaits.
Afterwards, enjoy fare from the Canoe
BBQ in our Paddler's Pavilion picnic area where you can share your
"fish stories". The links below will tell you exactly where and how to
fish for your favourite sport fish species.
Canoe or Kayak Fishing Trips: Profiles -
West Montrose to
Kitchener to Cambridge |
Cambridge to Paris
Regulations: Licensing, limits and in-season information.
Tips on river fishing.
Finding your preferred species: follow this GRCA link to search
for best locations of the species below.
species photos: GRCA
man a fish and he'll eat for a day.
Teach a man to fish and you'll never see him on weekends ;-)