Bronte Creek or 12 Mile Creek as it is also known, flows into lake Ontario between Burlington and Oakville in the Greater Toronto Area.
Running through a heavily industrialized region, the variety and size of fish that can be found in this otherwise small creek are a true surprise.
One of the reasons why Bronte Creek or 12 Mile Creek – Oakville, Ontario has so many fans is Bronte Creek Provincial Park, an area of 1,690 acres directly above HWY403, which attarcats about 250,000 visititors a year.
The park is popular with anglers as it reserves a couple of kilometers of the creek.
The section between HWY403 and lake Ontario is also a good fishing area with Petro Canada park providing access at the lower end of the creek.
The main problem in this creek is the drought which occurs in fall.
With the first rains in September or October, Chinook Salmon enter the creek and settle in the holes of the lower stretch and into the park above HWY403.
The Bronte Creek or 12 Mile Creek has Creek Chub and other Resident Species.
Depending on conditions in the neighbouring rivers, Bronte Creek or 12 Mile Creek may attract too many anglers in fall.
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