Georgian Bay District
GEORGIAN BAY DISTRICT—For the devotees of rod and gun, the Georgian Bay district offers unlimited attractions. Fish are plentiful in the bays and inlets throughout this vast expanse of water, and the rivers and streams which empty into the water teem with black bass, pickerel, maskalonge, whitefish, speckled trout, lake trout and salmon trout. In addition to the attractions held out to the lover of rod and gun, the trip through the 30,000 Islands of the Georgian Bay is one of the most delightful and beautiful that may be taken in Canada, and is easily accessible from Collingwood, Midland or Penetang on the Grand Trunk Railway System. Other well-known places are Owen Sound (reached by the Canadian Pacific Ry.), and the districts north of Parry Sound, including the North Channel of the Georgian Bay. At Pointe au Baril (Parry Sound) are salmon trout, whitefish and black bass, and the fishing is all that can be desired, as it is at Byng Inlet and all through the French River as far as Lake Nipissing. In the North Channel the principal points for the fisherman are Killarney, and on Grand Manitoulin Island are Manitowaning, Little Current, Kagawong and Gore Bay, where salmon trout, whitefish, black bass, maskalonge, pickerel and speckled trout can be found to cheer the most enthusiastic fisherman. These places have no railroad but may be reached via the Canadian Pacific Ry.
Randall, Wainwright. The Angler's Guide: a Manual for Campers and Anglers. New York: Field and Stream Pub., 1909. Print.
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