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Open 7 days a week . April til December . Reservations Required
Links To Our Selection Of Fishing Trips on the Grand River
Discover our guided Grand River steelhead trout fishing trips one hour west of Toronto, Ontario.
The steelhead fishing is best between the first 3 weeks of May or from mid September to December.
We are located just off the 403 Highway near Paris, Ontario.
We use a new-school version of a classic driftboat (NRS Freestone Driftboat).
Spincasting for one person $350.00 or for two $450.00. Include 4-5 hours of guided fishing, river shuttle service, Tripper lunch. Taxes not included.
Multi-day fishing packages to fish different sections of the Grand River while staying at a local Bed & Breakfast or camping... Contact Us.
In partnership with BAER Fishing Adventures
Fishing Guide gratuity at your discretion.
We offer steelhead trout fishing routes on the Grand
The river averages 1 meter in depth with a series of pools 2 meters in depth. The swifts feeding the pools provide excellent fishing opportunities.
As you drift, our local guides share insight on fishing, wildlife and history.
There are stops to drink fresh spring water and lunch.
Flyfishing "Trout Alley" on the Grand River Rafting property below Paris Our Freestone Driftboat
Once you have chosen a fishing route and time, we meet you at the starting point.
You can also choose to stop and shore fish interesting spots… it is your day.
The trips are 4-5 hours long. When the trip is done we shuttle you back to your vehicle.
Words From Our Customers:
“Many thanks are owed to Garth Pottruff for our recent float down the Grand. What an enjoyable experience. Though the steelhead weren't in yet, "Bob and Aubrey", our pet bass, managed to provide ample entertainment along with Garth's excellent command of the environment and impressive historical knowledge. It will be a pleasure to recommend the Grand River Rafting Company to anyone looking to enjoy the greatest of outdoors. Thanks again!" Steve Blundon and Jim Tomkins.