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36 ! ! Gamebridge G RE 35 48 9 Y 48 Just a short drive from Toronto awaits a spectacular fisherman’s paradise. " ! Thorah Island 23 9 34 Lake Simcoe HW 33 SIM CO E Our unique mix of urban and rural areas provide world-class fishing opportunities for family fishing trips and seasoned anglers alike. This map was designed to assist you in exploring Durham’s large and welcoming fishing community. 15 9 ST Beaverton Be Georgina Island er av Ri ve SIMCOE ST r 32 KhK| Plan your fishing adventure today! 23 9 K| CON RD 1 CITY OF KAWARTHA LAKES 31 ! ! Port Bolster " ! 12 9 ! ! Wilfrid TOWNSHIP OF BROCK LAKERIDGE RD ver HWY 7 Ka ! " ! ! Manilla ! D ok 96 Seagrave ! ! RD No ND ! 47 9 92 ree k Brownsville ! ! a k mC ha Spring, Fall and Winter: Rainbow Trout Fall: Brown Trout, Coho and Chinook Salmon REG HWY 2 Newcastle ! ! Newtonville Farewe ll B lack Creek Cr e k e rm on y Mackie Cree k Cree k a Cr ee k 31

3.5 1.75 0 3.5 km KÐBowmanville Creek, Clarington Fish: Common Carp, Northern Pike, Pumpkinseed, Coho Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Chinook Salmon, Yellow Perch, Black Crappie, Atlantic Salmon, Brown Trout, Brown Bullhead and Largemouth Bass Lake Ontario 11 Fall: Brown Trout, Coho and Chinook Salmon Spring, Fall and Winter: Rainbow Trout 10 32 9 Oshawa Creek, Oshawa Gr ah ot C re ek i lm W f2 Gr a O D AV L E Y RD S AU REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF YORK E. Osha w 19 18 17 East D uffi n Creek HARWO 30 NEWTONV ILLE RD KI a llig n C reek CITY OF TORONTO Mu 18 9 Fish: Rock Bass, Pumpkinseed, Smallmouth ee Cr Bass,mRainbow Trout, Chinook Salmon and Brown Trout MORGANS RD 12 SHILOH RD Fall: Brown Trout, Coho and Chinook Salmon MUNICIPALITY OF CLARINGTON CON RD 4 17 9 2 KÐ 99 Spring, Fall and Winter: Rainbow Trout Orono KxK¾ 42 9 NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY CARSCADD EN RD ! CON RD 5 SQUAIR RD CONCESSION ST REG H WY MAIN ST ST C ve r OCHONSKI RD !

BASELINE RD W DARLINGTON CLARKE TOWNLINE RD ! k BLOOR ST 14 9 Bowmanville Oshawa Harbour, Oshawa Fish: Brown Bullhead, Northern Pike, Rainbow Trout, Chinook Salmon, Yellow Perch, Brook Trout, Lake Trout and Pumpkinseed ! Kendal Kirby CON RD 6 e S op er Cr e Maple Grove E CO PARK RD wa re ek GANARASKA RD 29 ! LAMBS RD 2 LIBERTY ST HW Y OLD SCUGOG RD 34 9 ka R iver ! TAUNTON RD e k GREEN RD Courtice NASH RD REG as ! HOLT RD 9 SIM O sh a STEVENSON RD ! OLIVE AV 22 ! e nville C r ERS DR f2 CON RD 8 ! Hampton ! TRULLS RD 35 9 GIBB ST ! ! TOWNLINE RD CITY OF ADELA IDE AV E OSHAWA BOND ST Ha Solina ! wm a Bo ROSSLAND RD 28 9 Mitchell Corners ! ! 9 SOLINA RD WILSON RD ST ICE ST BEA T R ! 34 S TREA M DR 94 Tyrone CON RD 7 ar E D ! G an CO COL ! BEST RD SIM 9 Fall: Salmon and Trout ! Leskard CON RD 6 16 Spring: Rainbow Trout ! BETHESDA RD 33 9 Summer: Bass, Pike, Rainbow Trout and Salmon Haydon

Enniskillen 93 COLUMBUS RD ENFIELD RD k ! LANGMAID RD r wa C ha GARRARD RD VICTORIA ST Lake Ontario, Durham Region Fish: Coho Salmon, Chinook Salmon and Rainbow Trout Kx K¾ 20 9 CON RD 9 ! Enfield MUNICIPALITY OF CLARINGTON CITY OF OSHAWA s 93 ee CITY OF OSHAWA 16 RITSON RD THORNTON RD W .O BURNS ST CO N SU M 28 57 9 HOWDEN RD E TOWN OF WHITBY 15 Raglan KING ST KÐ 22 9 THICKSON RD i e R e ek SALEM RD at co Cr D ANDERSON ST BAYLY ST ! 26 9 DUNDAS ST (HWY 2) f2 ! Almond Village i Pett Ro ug 23 9 GARDEN ST 2 KaKh 92 Brooklin BROCK ST WY 94 TOWNSHIP OF SCUGOG MUNICIPALITY OF CLARINGTON ! ASHBURN RD N N TO GS /H RD ! ! CONLIN RD 12 9 Spring, Fall and Winter: Rainbow Trout RAGLAN RD ! Myrtle COCHRANE ST FINCH AVE ! Macedonian Village e Cr e e k nd Ly SHEPPARD AVE TOWN OF AJAX DIXIE RD 37 9 ROSSLAND RD ! COUNTRY LN ! FAIRPORT RD ! Cr ee k K& 412 RD TAUNTON TOWN OF AJAX Cherrywood CITY OF PICKERING

TOWN OF AJAX ! Fish: Brown Bullhead, Channel Catfish, Pumpkinseed, Largemouth Bass, Coho Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Chinook Salmon, Yellow Perch, Brown Trout, Brook Trout, Bluegill and Smallmouth Bass Burketon Myrtle Station Duffins Creek, Ajax & Pickering Fall: Brown Trout, Coho and Chinook Salmon ! TOWN OF WHITBY ! TOWN OF WHITBY uf fin Ka Carruthers Creek WHITES RD SCARBOROUGH-PICKERING TOWNLINE BROCK RD t es 9 D 4 31 9 WESTNEY RD TAUNTON RD W ALTONA RD 1 CHURCH ST Whitevale Greenwood CORO NATION RD 5TH CON RD CITY OF 9 PICKERING ! ! ! LAKERIDGE RD WHITEVA LE RD ! TOWN OF WHITBY Express Toll Road ! ! WINCHESTER RD AUDLEY RD ! GR EE N WOOD R D HWY 407 ! SALEM RD Ka Brougham 19 9 ! BRAWLEY RD W CON RD 7 SIDELINE 14 ! k ree eek Cr BRO CK RD r D × ! Ashburn Balsam C ll so YORK-DURHAM LI 14 ! CITY OF PICKERING Re e 13 ! 27 Falls Pond 7 REG RD 5 MYRTLE RD Mit ch e ! TOWNSHIP OF SCUGOG CITY OF OSHAWA ! ! Kb

TOWNSHIP OF SCUGOG ! ! EDGERTON RD Blackstock ! OLD SC U G OG RD TOWN OF WHITBY 95 KING ST RD TOWNSHIP OF SCUGOG CITY OF PICKERING 9TH CON RD Kb HBURN Chalk Lake TOWNSHIP OF UXBRIDGE Claremont Summer: Bass, Walleye, Carp and Pike Spring: Carp, Pike and Panfish ! SHIRLEY RD 23 9 k ee Fall and Winter: Pike ! Nestleton Station AS TOWNSHIP OF SCUGOG TOWNSHIP OF UXBRIDGE ! 21 9 Manchester ! Utica ! BROCK RD ! Port Perry ! 9 ! 8 Frenchman’s Bay, Pickering Fish: Common Carp, Northern Pike, Pumpkinseed, Largemouth Bass, Rainbow Trout, Yellow Perch, Brown Trout, Lake Trout, Brown Bullhead and Black Crappie ! NESTLETO N RD Coppins Corners Nestleton 57 9 9 ! REG RD 21 ! 1 Green River Cr ST TO Epsom ! GOODWOOD RD ! Spring, Fall and Winter: Rainbow Trout ! MARSH HILL RD Goodwood 20 Caesarea SCUGOG LINE 6 21 9 ! ! Fish: Brown Bullhead, Rock Bass, Common Carp, Northern Pike, Bluegill, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Coho Salmon,

Rainbow Trout, Chinook Salmon, Yellow Perch, Black Crappie and Brown Trout g 57 9 ! MEDD RD 47 WY o ug ! AC H o 22 RE Sc e ak ST 21 O 47 9 H REG Glasgow L 97 N UXB CON RD 3 30 9 R TO Rouge River, Pickering 26 ST r ive Greenbank ! BROCK ST 98 ! Uxbridge ve ISL A 23 Sandy ! Hook ! rR Be a MAIN ST N LAKE RIDGE RD DAVIS DR Siloam 25 KaKh 91 ! Fishing Locations: Fall: Brown Trout, Coho and Chinook Salmon CO E er R law e TOWNSHIP OF BROCK TOWNSHIP OF SCUGOG Sandford 24 ! 23 9 SIM ! ! U xbr i dge Bro 26 Pef f TOWNSHIP OF UXBRIDGE SANDFORD RD ! Wagner Lake UXB CON RD 7 r Sonya UXB CON RD 6 UXB CON RD 4 YORK-DURHAM LI iv ® 13 9 ! ! n q uon Rive r Mud Lake 39 9 25 Leaskdale LAK ERI D GE R 13 9 With about 20 varieties of Ontario’s favourite fish available in Durham Region, you can count on making a catch to be proud of, any day of the year! ss ZEPHYR RD ! 10 9 Cro Ri ve w Pe ffe rla Zephyr !

Sunderland SIMCOE ST 27 91 TOWNSHIP OF BROCK UXB CON RD 3 r Udora TOWNSHIP OF UXBRIDGE RAVENSHOE RD Eas t 28 Ri ve r Kh BRO CON RD 8 ! Cannington Bea 29 30 REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF YORK Marinas Wilmot Creek, Clarington Fish: Coho Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Chinook Salmon, Atlantic Salmon, Brown Trout, Brook Trout, Rock Bass, Common Carp, Northern Pike, Pumpkinseed, Smallmouth Bass, Brown Bullhead and Yellow Perch Additional Launch Sites Spring, Fall and Winter: Rainbow Trout 8 1 Frenchman’s Bay Marina 591 Liverpool Rd., Pickering • 905-839-5036 www.frenchmansbaymarinacom • Parking, laundromat, supply store, engine repair and restrooms 6 7 2 Whitby Yacht Club 701 Gordon St., Whitby • 905-668-1391 www.wycca 3 Port Whitby Marina 301 Watson St. W, Whitby • 905-668-1900 www.whitbyca • Parking, fuel, engine repair, waste pump outs, salmon/trout fishing charters, restrooms, showers, water, supply store, ice cream, coffee and ice 5 4 Port

Darlington Marina Hotel 44 Port Darlington Rd., Clarington • 905-623-4925 www.bobbycscom • Fuel, engine repair, restrooms, showers, water, restaurant, ice, laundromat, boat rentals and motel 4 5 Port of Newcastle Marina 160 Lakebreeze Dr., Newcastle • 905-987-5251 www.admiralswalkclubca • Water, restaurant, laundromat and ice 215 Water St., Port Perry • 905-985-3236 www.portperrymarinaca • Fuel, engine repair, restrooms, showers, water, supply store, restaurant, ice and boat rentals 2175 Whitfield Rd., Port Perry • 905-985-2658 •F  uel, engine repair, supply store, restaurant, restrooms, showers, ice, water and boat rentals 8 Goreski’s Landing Campground, Marina 225 Platten Blvd., Port Perry • 905-985-9763 www.parkbridgecom •P  arking, fuel, engine repair, restrooms, showers, water, supply store, restaurant, ice and boat rentals 9 Scugog Island Marina 495 Carnegie Beach Rd., Port Perry 905-985-8200 • www.scugogislandmarinaca • Parking, engine

repair, boat rentals, garbage, restrooms, telephones, fuel, ice, water and supply store 10 Beacon Marina Caesarea 3 Marina Dr., Caesarea • 905-435-3907 www.lakescugogmarinasailingcom • Fuel, parking, restrooms, water, ice, boat rentals, picnic sites, campsite and restaurant 11 Beaverton Yacht Club 69 Victoria Ave., Beaverton • 705-426-7309 • Fuel, engine repair, restrooms, showers, ice and water 12 Trent Talbot Marina B1267 Thorah Concession Rd. 9, Beaverton 705-426-7343 • www.trenttalbotmarinacom •P  arking, engine repair, boat rentals, garbage, restrooms, showers, telephones, fuel, ice, water, supply store and bait 13 Rotary Frenchman’s Bay West Park Beachpoint Promenade, Pickering Public boat launch • Informal launch; sandy beach 14 Progress Frenchman’s Bay East Park 668 Front Rd., Pickering Public boat launch (small craft only) • Informal launch; walk canoe or kayak to dock 15 Rotary Park Public Boat Launch (at Duffins Creek) 177 Lake

Driveway W., Ajax Public boat launch (small craft only) 16 Port Whitby Boat Ramp  650 Gordon St., Whitby 905-668-1900 Public boat launch 17 Bowmanville/Port  Darlington Boat Launch 285 West Beach Rd., Bowmanville Public boat launch 18 Bond Head Boat Launch  19 Port Perry Boat Launch  Fall: Brown Trout, Coho and Chinook Salmon Old Rail Lane, Port Perry Public boat launch 20 Scugog Island Crown Land  Boat Launch Crozier Lane, Port Perry Public boat launch 21 Caesarea Boat Launch  Pier Street, Caesarea Public boat launch 22 Thorah Park Boulevard  Boat Launch B23955 Thorah Park Blvd., Beaverton Public boat launch • Informal launch 23 Beaverton Harbour Boat  Ramp Harbour Park Crescent, Beaverton Public boat launch 24 Centennial Park/Farm  Forum Boat Ramp 32000 Lakeshore Rd., Beaverton Public boat ramp • Informal boat ramp 5 Boulton St., Newcastle Public boat launch For all recreational and consumption of Ontario fish regulations, please

refer to the Ministry of Natural Resources online at www.ontarioca/ministry-natural-resources-and-forestry 33 Lake Scugog, Scugog Fish: Common Carp, Brown Bullhead, Muskellunge, Pumpkinseed, Largemouth Bass, Black Crappie, Smallmouth Bass, Rock Bass, Yellow Perch and Bluegill Winter Ice Fishing: Crappie and Perch Spring: Crappie Spring, Summer, and Fall: Bass, Muskellunge, Panfish and Crappie NOTE: Walleye fishing on Lake Scugog is currently closed. 34 Lake Simcoe, Brock Fish: Perch, Lake Trout, Whitefish, Herring, Pike, Walleye, Crappie and Smallmouth Bass Winter Ice Fishing: Lake Trout, Whitefish and Perch Spring, Summer, and Fall: All other species 35 Beaver River, Brock Fish: Brook Trout, Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass NOTE: Fish sanctuary. No fishing from March 1 to the Friday before the second Saturday in May. 0 1 2 3 6 Port Perry Marina 7 West Shore Marina For more information visit www.durhamtourismca/fishingportal or call 1-800-413-0017 Fishing IN THE

REGION OF DURHAM Chinook Salmon Atlantic Salmon Coho Salmon Smallmouth Bass Largemouth Bass Rock Bass Whether you’re looking for a fun day of fishing for the whole family, or that legendary catch of a lifetime, Durham Region boasts some of the best shore and boat fishing opportunities in the country. A four-season fishing destination with world-class bodies of water, such as Lake Simcoe, Lake Ontario, Lake Scugog, and a variety of rivers and creeks, you’ll be sure to find exciting fishing opportunities all year round. Licensing Requirements A fishing license is typically required for those between the ages of 18 and 64. For more details, visit www.ontarioca All information contained in this publication is believed to be accurate and complete at the time of printing. As much of this information is subject to change, we assume no liability for any loss or damages arising from any errors, omissions, or misinformation contained within this publication. Prime time is all the

time in Durham Region! Identification: Black mouth and black gums; tail entirely spotted; leading ray on anal fin extends one-third the length of the fin; short, narrow caudal peduncle. Habitat: Lake Ontario. Shallow water in spring and fall, and deep water during summer. Streams in fall during spawning. Favourite Baits: Lake: spoons, wobbling plugs, dodger and flies. Creek: spinners, spoons, worms, flies and roe. Identification: Identification: Identification: Dark mouth and light grey gums; tail spotted on upper lobe only; leading ray on anal fin extends one-third to two-thirds the length of the fin; short, narrow caudal peduncle. Upper jaw does not extend beyond eye; shallow notch between dorsal fins; body often has dark, broken bars. Upper jaw extends beyond eye; deep notch between dorsal fins; body often has a broken horizontal stripe. Habitat: Habitat: Habitat: Habitat: Clear, rocky waters with little vegetation. Warm, weedy, slow or still waters. Favourite

Baits: Spinners, crank baits, plastic worms, minnows and plastic frogs. Lake Ontario. May ascend cold-water streams in fall. Favourite Baits: Lake: spoons, dodger and flies. Creek: spinners, spoons, worms and flies. Lake Ontario in summer. River mouths and upstream in fall during spawning. Favourite Baits: Jigs, spinners, crank baits, minnows and crayfish. Lake: spoons, dodger and flies. Creeks: spinners, worms, flies and roe. Rainbow Trout Brook Trout Brown Trout Light worm-like markings and spots on a dark background, some red and blue; square tail; white leading edge on lower fins, set off by a black line. Habitat: Cold, clear streams and small lakes. Favourite Baits: Spinners, spoons, worms, flies and roe. Identification: White mouth and gums; silvery with dark spots on body; only occasional, vague spots on tail; only salmon or trout with orange on adipose fin; leading anal fin ray extends the length of the fin; short, stocky caudal peduncle; light-coloured pectoral

fins. Favourite Baits: Spinners, spoons, worms, flies and roe. Identification: Light worm-like markings and spots on a dark background; deeply forked tail; white leading edge on lower fins, but no black line. Habitat: Cold waters of deep lakes. Favourite Baits: White mouth and gums; silver body with dark spots; spots all over tail in radiating rows; leading anal fin ray extends the length of the fin; long, stocky caudal peduncle. Favourite Baits: Lake: spoons, dodger and flies. Creeks: worms, flies and roe. Black Crappie Spoons, jigs, crank baits and lake trolls. Identification: Favourite Baits: Corn and worms. Yellow Perch Favourite Baits: Small jigs, small spoons, small minnows and worms. Follow with us on: COME TO FISH Grab a bite . Stay the night After a day of fishing, head out to a local restaurant for a cool drink and a hot meal. Treat yourself to an overnight stay and take advantage of many other outdoor activities in Durham Region. Identification:

Habitat: Clear, weedy lakes and slow rivers. Favourite Baits: Small jigs, small minnows and worms. Three anal fin spines; black spot at rear end of dorsal fin; ear flap is black. Habitat: Warm, vegetated, still waters. Identification: Three anal fin spines; wavy, bluegreen stripes on sides of the head; ear flap with orange or red spot. Habitat: Clear, shallow, weedy waters. Favourite Baits: Channel Catfish Bluegill Identification: Identification: Habitat: Warm, slow or still, shallow waters with rocky bottoms. Pumpkinseed Seven to eight dorsal fin spines; six or seven anal fin spines; irregular mosaic of distinct black blotches. Identification: Broad bodied, heavily scaled, and barbels or whiskers at the mouth. If this information is required in an accessible format, please contact Durham Tourism at 1-800-413-0017. Small jigs and worms. Muskellunge Common Carp Favourite Baits: Identification: Large, red eye; six anal fin spines; adults have regular rows of

spots on the side. Lake Trout Identification: Identification: Identification: White mouth and gums; few large, black spots on gill cover; no spots on tail; leading ray on anal fin extends the length of the fin; long, narrow caudal peduncle; dark-coloured pectoral fins. Dark, vertical bands on a light background, at times spotted or clear; tips of tail fin more pointed than northern pike. See head close-up above. Deeply forked tail. Habitat: Larger lakes. Favourite Baits: Worms, corn and minnows. Favourite Baits: Large bucktail spinners, large body baits and sucker minnows. Check out the fish you can catch in Durham Region waters. Identify what the fish look like, where their habitat is and what their favourite baits are. Favourite Baits: Small jigs and worms. Brown Bullhead Northern Pike Spring Summer Fall Winter As the warmer weather approaches, it’s open season on Durham Region’s three world-class bodies of water­ Lake Simcoe, Lake Scugog and Lake Ontario.

Various species of fish can be found this time of year, including some of the best Black Crappie fishing in Canada, on Lake Scugog. For a successfully crappie day on the water, the pros recommend using small jigs and soft plastics under a float. Every summer starting in June, thousands of boats converge on Lake Ontario to experience some of the finest Salmon fishing in the world. It’s not uncommon for anglers to catch dozens of Salmon on an average day, weighing upwards of 40 pounds! Once September arrives, most fish are known to go on a feeding frenzy in order to prepare for the cold winter ahead. Lake Simcoe produces some of the largest Smallmouth Bass in the world this time of year, making it one of Ontario’s prime bass fishing destinations. For best results, the pros say to use jerkbaits, spinners and tubes. Every winter, Lake Simcoe becomes an ice fisherman’s dream. With a massive ice fishing village housing thousands of portable and permanent huts, this favourite

Canadian pastime is enjoyed recreationally by families and skilled anglers. Anglers have been known to consistently catch large numbers of Lake Trout, Whitefish and Perch out on the frozen waters. Other stars of the season include: Carp found in shallow bays, marshes and river mouths of Lake Ontario; spring Steelhead running far up creeks and rivers for the annual spawn; and Jumbo Perch, commonly found when the ice first comes off of Lake Simcoe. Other stars of the season include: Walleye, found right here in Durham, and considered by most to be the tastiest fish in Ontario; great numbers and sizes of Muskie found all summer long on Lake Scugog; and you can’t beat the Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass fishing on all of Durham’s world-class lakes. Other stars of the season include: the largest run of Chinook and Coho Salmon in Ontario can be found in the Bowmanville Creek; world-class Steelhead fishing on creeks and rivers; and Big Brown Trout can be found migrating up creeks and

rivers annually during early fall. Lake Simcoe’s famous Jumbo Perch are massive and attract anglers from all over the world. Those who brave the cold can be rewarded with the biggest Steelhead of the year in Durham’s creeks. Identification: Identification: Six to eight dark, vertical bands on sides, alternating with light yellow to yellow-green in colour. Habitat: Clear waters with some vegetation; often school. Favourite Baits: Ajax I Durham Region Fishing Map I Clarington I Oshawa I Pickering I Scugog I Uxbridge I Whitby www.durhamtourismca/FishingPortal 1-800-413-0017 Small jigs, small spoons, small minnows and worms. Identification: Square tail. Habitat: Light yellow spots on a dark green background; tips of tail fin more rounded than the muskellunge. Warmer, slow waters. Habitat: Worms, corn and minnows. Favourite Baits: Quiet, vegetated waters. Favourite Baits: Spoons, spinners and jerkbaits. Ontario Fisheries Management Zones The Region of Durham

covers three zones. Each FMZ has its own unique boundaries, fishing seasons and limits. Please visit the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) and their Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary for complete details. Brock This map is a guide and an estimation only. For full regulations, visit wwwontarioca For more information visit www.durhamtourismca/fishingportal or call 1-800-413-0017 Follow with us on: