The Georgian Triangle Anglers’ Association is a community-oriented conservation club committed to stocking game fish in Georgian Bay, improving stream habitat and ensuring the annual Migration of trout and salmon is clear of obstructions.
We are also committed to involving the community through youth participation to protect and conserve natural resources for future generations.
A dedicated group of members volunteer hundreds of hours every year, operating the hatchery, collecting and raising eggs, and stocking rainbow and brown trout in the local lakes, rivers and streams, and participate in stream rehabilitation.
Local Fishing Derbies are held by the Club to raise funds, and improve public awareness.
Members are benefited by our OFAH affiliation and membership.
Our Club Location
The Clubhouse and hatchery are located on the second line off Grey Rd. 19 behind Osler Bluff. General meetings are held the third Wednesday of every month.