Fishing Grand River Country New Edition

Discover some great fishing on the Grand River this year.

The GRCA has just released a vastly updated version of its popular Fishing Grand River Country book.

Essentially an entirely new book, it was researched and written by noted angler Stephen May on behalf of the GRCA, and published by James Lorimer and Co. Ltd.

The book contains 160 pages, in full colour, with detailed information on fishing in all parts of the main Grand River and its major tributaries.

The Grand has more than 80 species of fish – representing 50 per cent of all fish species found in Canada.  Being a river so close to major cities, the Grand has become a major recreational fishery of exceptionally high quality.

The book highlights all of the major sport fish species, including the best times for fishing, river character and access points.  There are even special sections on urban angling opportunities, and fishing within Grand River Conservation Areas.

Fishing Grand River Country is a must have for both novice and experienced anglers.

Proceeds go to help with fisheries habitat improvement work on streams within the Grand River watershed.

To get your copy of Fishing Grand River Country, ask for it in local stores, or it’s available in the Online Store section of the GRCA’s website at www.grandriver.ca.

The book sells for $24.95.

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