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General Discussion / Re: Bronte Pier
« Last post by Biker on Today at 11:13:57 am »
Years ago when I lived in Toronto I used to fish the coal fired Lakeview generating station warm water outlet during the winter. There was always good fishing for browns, rainbows and the occasional American Eel and lots of giant carp that would make for an exciting day. It is gone now the government closed it down in 2005.

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General Discussion / Re: Bronte Pier
« Last post by fishfreek on Today at 11:13:16 am »
River fishing for Bows is great this time of year. Double check the regs because every river is different when it comes to open and closed sections. The weather has been cooperating this year.


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General Discussion / Re: Bronte Pier
« Last post by TopWaterMadness on Today at 10:57:40 am »
Definitely off the pier out into the lake. If you go upstream anywhere you need to make sure you know the regs. They change zones as soon as you cross hghwy 2 (Lakeshore Blvd) I believe. I have not been down there for years now but used to go fairly often. I used to catch giant pike, browns, bows, massive sheepshead's. Its always a surprise what you get out there and there are some monsters for sure.
Good luck
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General Discussion / Re: Bronte Pier
« Last post by ratherbefishingg on Today at 10:01:30 am »
When I used to live in Toronto I would cast large rapala stick baits and paddletails  for pike. Some decent fish around. I was told all of the harbours and inlets along the lake O north shore held decent pike.
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General Discussion / Re: Bronte Pier
« Last post by Saltydog on Today at 09:14:55 am »
Would you expect more of an opportunity fishing up river to Lakeshore Road or simply casting off the pier toward the lake?  I guess the answer is go try and see if you catch anything...........lol
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The ice is NOT strong enough yet!!

Even around Port Bolster area ( usually the first good ice) have around 3" of ice . Maybe OK  for a walk .....but not for machines.
And it has only gotten worse since last week.

What was frozen all the way to the islands is no more.Beaverton has opened back up and is open water again .

Not far past the fishing grounds off the soccer park was open water yesterday . I'm sure where Randy usually puts his huts is open water.

More cold coming so that is a bonus

We even had ice to the point of sibalds was patchy to the ferry path but that is all gone to.

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General Discussion / Re: Bronte Pier
« Last post by perch puller on Today at 07:34:18 am »
Drove in there on Sunday and there was about five people fishing of the docks.
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The ice is NOT strong enough yet!!

Even around Port Bolster area ( usually the first good ice) have around 3" of ice . Maybe OK  for a walk .....but not for machines.
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General Discussion / Re: Bronte Pier
« Last post by TopWaterMadness on Today at 06:36:28 am »
You have a pretty decent chance actually. There are some big fish around. Little cleos, and rapala j-10 and j-11
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