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The Mississauga fishing scene gives you access to all of Lake Ontario’s riches, as well as the Port Credit River. Although it’s Canada’s third largest city, escaping the hustle and bustle is easy in Mississauga – just hop aboard a fishing charter! With over 75 different fish species within its waterways, this year-round angling destination ticks all the boxes.

Chinook and Coho Salmon rule these waters. You’ll find incredible runs of these delicious fish in the spring and fall. In the remaining seasons, expect to hook into Lake, Brown, and Rainbow Trout, Northern Pike, and Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass.

Mississauga fishing trips vary in length and are easy to tailor to your needs. If you want to take full advantage of those productive spring and fall Salmon runs, opt for a full day trip to max out on your limits. If you’re looking to hone your skills or introduce the family to fishing in a friendly environment, a half day trip should do the trick.

The number one place to head to if you’re looking for a fishing charter is Port Credit. Called “Village on the Lake” by locals, this quaint community boasts great restaurants, shopping, and best of all – a bustling marina. Other popular launch points include Meadowvale Conservation Area, Riverwood, and Erindale Park.

Rules & Regulations

Before hopping aboard your fishing charter, be sure to purchase a valid Ontario fishing license for any angler over the age of 18. Ontario is divided into 20 Fisheries Management zones where possession limits vary. To ensure you’re fishing within the law, it’s best to head out with a reputable guide.

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January

The Credit River is closed for fishing but there’s lots of action in Lake Ontario, under the ice. Stay in shallower areas, weather permitting, and you may hook into Walleye and Pike.

 
February

Come out and enjoy February’s Family Fishing Weekend, when Canadian residents are welcome to wet a line without the need for a fishing licence. Dress warm and bring your loved ones to the marina.

March

March brings more opportunities to catch Lake Trout, Steelhead, and Walleye. You’re most likely going to catch them using minnows, spinners, and crankbaits.

April

This is when things get much more interesting, as life in the lake starts getting more active. The waters aren't warming up just yet, so coldwater fish are your best targets.

May

May includes another special event for  Canadian residents – Mother’s Day weekend! You can fish without a license and pursue the likes of Brook, Brown, and Lake Trout.

June

The peak season for Salmon has started! The wish are congreating in the nearshore waters of the Credit River so get there quick. You can also fish license-free on Father’s Day weekend.

 
July

Troll, troll, troll! As it waters warm up, the Salmon make their way into deeper waters. Head up to 12 miles offshore where you can fish depths at 300+ feet.

August

Summer is also when Trout species reach their peak. Like Salmon, they also go offshore during hotter months. Walleye and Bass are reliable tagets.

 
September

As the summer comes to an end, fish move back to shallow water. Stay close to the mouth of the Credit River to hook spawning Chinook Salmon.

 
October

Salmon start their upstream run, so huge numbers of them move towards the city. This is your last chance to hook both Coho and Chinook before they're gone for good.

 
November

Walleye and Lake Trout are still good inshore targets. Lake Ontario's waters are choppy in the winter, though, and most local captains have closed shop for the season.

December

This is a slow month, as most of the boats are out of the water and it’s still not cold enough to go ice fishing. Get in on the Christmas festivites in downtown Toronto's Distillery District instead.

 

Mississauga Fishing Calendar

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Miriam P. fished with Salmon Catcher Charters Toronto Ontario on August 20, 2018
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Great trip. The lake is beautiful, but a bit choppy. If you are prone to motion sickness, take precautions!
PM trip with Captain Bob
Patrick C. fished with Salmon Catcher Charters Toronto Ontario on July 7, 2018
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Use a guide if you want to be successful!
WHAT A DAY!
Michel L. fished with Salmon Catcher Charters Toronto Ontario on June 13, 2018
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for first timers,dont go on big charters with many peoples ,your odds of you catching one will be limited to your turn,wich getting 10 hits on a trips is mighty good,but what your going to have probably 1 chance to reel one in if your lucky to get your turn,But with Bob their all yours
Captain Bob
Augusto S. fished with Salmon Catcher Charters Toronto Ontario on July 16, 2017
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To go and check with you guys first. You guys are amazing. Thanks a lot
Loved it. Good times
Adam P. fished with Sea Angel Charters – Mississauga on September 10, 2016
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Book a fishing trip with Sea Angel Charters. Their first mate is really helpful!

FAQs about Fishing Charters in Mississauga

To give you an idea of how much a fishing trip in Mississauga costs, the average price for a 4 hour private trip is $306, while an 8 hour private trip will cost you $714. These prices are based on trips booked on our site recently.

Prices will vary depending on trip length, fishing technique, as well as the type and size of the boat you booked. However, to give you an indication, the average boat size in Mississauga is 29 ft and the most common vessel type is a Offshore sport fishing.

According to customer reviews, Salmon Catcher Charters Toronto Ontario, Sea Angel Charters – Mississauga, and Sea Angel Charters – Toronto are some of the most popular fishing charters in Mississauga, Ontario. Full list of top fishing charters in Mississauga.

Salmon Catcher Charters Toronto Ontario, Sea Angel Charters – Mississauga, and Sea Angel Charters – Toronto all received great reviews from families who booked fishing trips in Mississauga.

The best way to experience fishing in Mississauga is to book a private charter with a licensed fishing guide. See the full list of charters available for online booking here: List of fishing charters in Mississauga, Ontario.

The most popular fish species you can target are Salmon (Chinook), Salmon (Coho), and Rainbow Trout (Steelhead). Top fishing techniques include trolling, heavy tackle, and light tackle. Lake fishing, offshore fishing, and inshore fishing are commonly offered by local guides.

Salmon start their upstream run, so huge numbers of them move towards the city. This is your last chance to hook both Coho and Chinook before they're gone for good.   Check availability for local fishing charters in Mississauga.

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