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Fishing in Caledon

The Forks of the Credit Provincial Park and most of Caledon's Conservations Areas have plenty of areas to fish the rivers and lakes.

Ken Whillans Resource Management

Park OPEN. Fishing closed at the present time. Ken Whillans Resource Management  has two ponds offering anglers a chance to catch bass, perch and recently stocked trout. ( NOTE: Bass season opens the fourth Saturday in June). CVC has recommended catch and release policies within these ponds. Use the peer or rent a canoe or kayak for a leisurely paddle on the calm waters.
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Glen Haffy Conservation Area

Glen Haffy has hiking trails and vistas offer some of the most panoramic views in southern Ontario. Home to a trout pond stocked with rainbow trout, Glen Haffy also offers recreational fishers a great way to enjoy a summer afternoon, close to the city. This park is also home to a fish hatchery. Each year, thousands of rainbow trout are raised for stocking the ponds. A true fly fishing enthusiast? Consider joining the Glen Haffy Fly Fishers Club for private access, row boats, docks, and a log cabin.
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Forks of the Credit Provincial Park

The Park is open with limitations.  Fishing is permitted during season with COVID restrictions.

Fish from shore only.

Before you visit, check what activities/facilities are available, avoid large groups, practice good social distancing and pack what you need (e.g., water, snacks, hand sanitizer). Please keep our parks pristine by using garbage bins or taking any trash home. Washrooms available.

Part of the Niagara Escarpment biosphere, the Forks of the Credit Provincial Park is a popular destination for fishing. Southern Ontario is known for some of the best fly fishing and the Credit River running through the park is no exception. You will find wonderful wild trout in abundance during our fishing season.

Enter off McLaren Road to find the park's parking lot.  You will need to hike in along Meadow Trail a ways to get to the Credit River.

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