Halton Hills Trout Farm & Public Fishing is located in Regional Municipality of Halton of Ontario province. On the street of Fourth Line and street number is 10541. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (905) 873-6900. You can get more information from their website.
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10541 Fourth Line, Georgetown, ON L0P, Canada
|Hours (Report Incorrect Data)|
|Saturday:||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday:||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Nice place, well maintained and clean property. The staff were friendly and helpful, prices were very fair. Size and quality of the trout we caught (12-18inches) were nice but I was of course hoping for larger. Overall it was a great time with the family and would definitely return again!
Brought my 12-year old son and his friend and they had a blast. $5 entry fee per person and they sell worms on-site. No catch and release you have to keep what you catch. Price per fish seemed high on paper but we spent over and hour and brought home three large fish which were gutted and cleaned for us and I spent around $40 all-in. Owners were very nice and taught the kids how to clean fish. Great experience for kids and worth the spend vs our usual fishing experiences which are typically a bust even though they're free. Would go back.
Absolutely amazing ! Family run, extremely friendly and willing to help. Took home 2 fish and they cleaned them too. Fish were amazing . Would highly recommend
I am 50 and this is my first experience for fishing with my two brothers. Staff are really good and lady show us how to use fishing rod proper way. We really enjoy and catch some fishes. I recommend to go there.
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Lovely enclosed fishing farm for a nice outing with the kids. Only open on weekends and they will provide fishing rods and bait. The promise to clean your catch for free on their site. Good free parking available on site. You pay for what you catch.do call before you go as they shut down when out of fish in the ponds.