Credit River Valley Is On An Upswing
If you travel west on the 401, you can find an urban oasis that feels more like cottage country than anything else.
But the Credit River Valley has had its share of problems over the years from fish population issues to general upkeep.
While some people sit and enjoy the beauty of the water, others wake up at 5am to head out on a boat or the shores of the river and try to catch bass, trout and even salmon
The Credit River Anglers Association notes that in the 1970s there were issues with the numbers of fish in the area but with breeding and implementing the "catch and release" fishing method, things are thriving.
The Association says they've been not only trying to increase the numbers but also revitalize the shoreline to improve the parkland.