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Day trip from Burlington Area

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I'm wondering what's a good location for a fishing day trip from the Burlington area where you can catch a decent sized edible fish? Seems like most of you guys catching nice fish are doing it up north where there are a lot of decent sized lakes.

I usually go fishing in Bronte Creek since it's close to my house, but right now it's mostly just small mouth bass and smaller panfish. Thanks!

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Dunnville if you have a boat, Caledonia or Port Maitland if you don't.

Caledonia is fair and steady, Maitland runs hot or cold.

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