Hopewell Creek Fishing Report near Kitchener, Ontario

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Hopewell Creek

on December 21st

Head north east on the creek until you hit Stanley Park. All along these shorelines is some great bass and rainbow fishing. Use top water baits to hit on the bass, frog, crayfish, minnow or fly baits work best. We cast the shoreline and popped the baits along the weeds and rocks, had some action but nothing to crazy just a few smallies. The trout were biting in the centre of the creek on fly baits and trout dough. We'd let the baits sit and drift down stream, slowly jerk back toward us and had a few hit. Good times in this area. Fish early morning or late evening. Afternoon the bass and trout digest and chill. Good luck

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Species Caught: Smallmouth Bass
Air Temp: 0 °C Water Temp: 14 °C
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