Grassy Brook Fishing Report near Port Colborne, Ontario

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Grassy Brook

on February 9th

Grassy Brook has an opening into the river there at the north end. The opening is where some bass like to hang out, when in season the bass fishing here is fun and its good to huck 'em back and keep the blood line strong for the Brook area. Can find some rainbows further south on the creek there, throw some fly baits or larvae baits down stream and reel nice and calm along the shoreline. Find the rainbows to be aggressive in the Niagara area and put up a good haul. Would use some 22lb test lines for the rianbows and standard 12 lbers for the bass. Spin reels and rods with green mono filament line if you can get it, the creeks warm water mixes with cold river water and the creek gets a little greenish.

Location Details
Species Caught: Rainbow Trout

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