Fishing on the Credit River
From its headwaters in Mono and East Garafraxa townships in the north, the Credit River flows south to Lake Ontario with a watershed covering 1,070 square kilometers. The Credit River supports lots of fish for fishing enthusiasts.
The fishery can be divided into two sectors - the upper Credit River and the lower Credit River. The upper consist of the Credit River headwaters and tributaries to Inglewood in the south, and the lower from Inglewood to Lake Ontario.
Due to the cooperation amongst Ministry of Natural Resources, the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, and local fishing clubs, the population of native brook trout and brown trout have increased to an impressive level in th upper Credit River. On the other hand, the lower Credit River supports an abundant salmon Fishery - coho, chinook (largest of Pacific salmon), and pink salmon are all present.
Equipment: Well, this would be obvious - you will need all fishing gear.
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Enjoying golfing in easily accessible courses
Mississauga boasts two very beautiful golf courses and several driving ranges. However, if you are interested in learning the game first then I recommend Tip of the Tee Golf Club, located on Mississauga Road north of Derry in Brampton. You can have your training sessions even at the peak of winters in indoor halls.
The two golf courses in Mississauga are:
1. BraeBen Golf Course on Terry Fox and south of Britannia
2. Derrydale Golf Course on Derry Road, west of Hurontario (Highway 10)
The 2nd one is almost half the price of the first.
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