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Colonel Samuel Smith Park

About fishing at Colonel Samuel Smith Park

Located at the bottom of Kipling Avenue and Lakeshore BLVD, Colonel Sam Smith Park offers great fishing opportunities for all ages. The park has excellent parking close to the water as well as is accessible to get to with public transit. The bay offers many great fishing spots with a diverse ecosystem that provides great action throughout the summer and fall months. Colonel Sam Smith Park also has very well maintained trails which makes getting to your desired fishing spot a lot easier.

The deep marina offers a great body of water that attracts many different types of fish. Sam Smith Park has a great entrance from Lake Ontario as well as some damns that are built by beavers each year which add to the fish ecosystem. Most beavers don’t eat fish which allows them to live in harmony together. Around the shoreline, rocks with deep drop-offs are abundant. Colonel Samuel Smith Park is also home to the predatory species the Red Goby. If caught, the Red Goby must not be put back in the water, as they eat the fish eggs and destroy ecosystems.

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