NO LIVE BAIT POLICY
TRCA has adopted a NO LIVE BAIT policy at all of our conservation areas. Invasive species, which are commonly transported in bait buckets, enter lakes when people dump their left-over bait and water. Once unwanted species enter water systems, they aggressively compete with native species for food and habitat.
Please help us in our continuing effort to be free of invasive species and provide a great fishing experience for years to come. For more information about the threat of invasive species, please visit www.invadingspecies.com or www.mnr.gov.on.ca.
Fishing is available at the following TRCA conservation areas:
Albion Hills Conservation Area
Glen Haffy Conservation Area
Heart Lake Conservation Area
The following baits are allowed:
- Artificial lures
Water Safety Rules
If you are fishing:
- Wade only where you can see the bottom. Be aware that there may be holes or deeper areas closer to you or close to shore.
- Be extra careful on slippery or loose stone banks.
- Handle hooks, knives and other sharp fishing equipment with care.