Tuesday, November 05, 2019

Fishing In Port Hope

Andy | Tuesday, November 05, 2019 | Best Blogger Tips
Photo taken last September 9th. In the fall, between late August and early October, you can watch the chinook and silvery coho salmon migration in the Ganaraska River. Mixed in with the fall run, you may also see migratory brown trout.

16 comments:

  1. ...when you are fishing you have to have hope!

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  2. I admire the patience of the fishermen and their ability to fish in water that is not always warm and in any weather. Pretty light

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  3. it's a great picture of my favorite sport Andy... i can see the salmon going past his leg on this side....peter:)

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  4. Nice to see young teens having a interest in fishing. Great take.

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  5. he looks like a serious fisherman, most kids today don't fish. i like seeing teens enjoy the outdoors as well!!

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  6. Fishing is alot of fun, good to see people enjoying it.

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  7. Admittedly an activity I've never gotten the point of.

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  8. It's always nice to pass time near a river.

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  9. Seems to me that they used to have some kind of event called "Row your fanny down the Ganny" or something like that. Does that still take place?

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    1. Float Your Fanny Down the Ganny is a 10km race along the Ganaraska River to commemorate the 1980 flood that crippled Port Hopes downtown area.

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