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Marie Curtis Park

About fishing at Marie Curtis Park

Located off of Lakeshore on the border of Toronto and Mississauga, Marie Curtis Park offers great year-round fishing. The park also offers some seasonal fishing where salmon and trout travel through the park up Etobicoke Creek. The west side of the park offers great parking, however the road is quite uneven and lower cars often scrape the ground going through. There are also two boat launching ramps on the west side. On the east side of Etobicoke Creek, there is a playground and additional parking available. Marie Curtis Park also has two cement boat launches, which provide access to Lake Ontario.

Anglers have decent luck on both sides of the park. With a deep entrance to Lake Ontario at the mouth of the creek, the park attracts many species around the mouth and upstream through the park. There are many spots along Etobicoke Creek where anglers can cast. At the mouth of the creek, the current coming into the creek can be quite intense, which both attracts and detours some species from the mouth. Upstream fifty meters from the mouth is the Waterfront Trail Bridge. North of the bridge is a perfect spot for carp and brown bullhead.

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