Guided Fishing Trips in Nova Scotia

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WE NOW OFFER FISHING BY THE HOUR ! For $30 an hour for one or $40 an hour for 2 people you can fish as long or as little as you want. Arrive at our dock on Ponhook Lake in Greenfield. It's about 16 minutes inland from either Bridgewater or Liverpool. We'll depart from there so you'll be fishing in minutes. This rate covers guide, boat and gear. I can handle a couple of small children as well included for $40 an hour total. Call 902-701-2035.  Great summer Bass fishing but If you don't catch anything we'll only charge you for the boat fuel.

Nova Scotia has superb bass and trout fishing. Join licensed guide Gary Corbett for freshwater fishing trips on lakes and streams in southwestern Nova Scotia. All equipment supplied. Gary uses a 16 or 20 ft fully equipped bass boat for smallmouth bass fishing and smaller boats for trout fishing as required. Fishing licenses are not included and currently run $12.71 for a resident or non-resident 1 day freshwater permit. Kids don't need a license. Licenses are available at the gas station in Greenfield. Trout season is open from April 1st til September 30; the month of September is restricted to catch & release. The best trout fishing is during the months of April, May and June. In southwestern Nova Scotia summer fishing is best done for bass. The bass fishing season is open until October 31.  

Gary Corbett is 60 years old and retired as a Biologist in 2007. He spent a number of years researching Brook Trout in Nova Scotia. He has extensive experience in the outdoors, is a tournament bass fisherman with a number of wins and is also a professional photographer.

If fishing is not your thing but you are interested in nature photography, hiking or just touring around, Gary can also guide you on those adventures

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Guided Fishing Trips in Nova Scotia

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