Saugeen River, ON Update.

Posted on September 5th, 2009

wayne_sheridan_graphicWayne Sheridan reports. It was a cold wet weekend camping on the Grey-Bruce last weekend and fishing was a challenge. Two weeks ago there was a major large white mayfly hatch and the fish filled their stomachs full.

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There were a few rainbows swimming around, looking for a snack. Most of these are staying in deep pools, where the water is warmer. We saw some white mayflies still laying their eggs in the river and the trout were feeding on these.

River Flow Rates: low/moderate

Saugeen River (Durham) dropping again at 1.24M, Saugeen River (Walkerton) down at 9.4M, Saugeen River (Port Elgin) dropping at 7.5M, Sauble River (Sauble Falls) down at 0.780M, Sydenham River (Owen Sound) down at 4.83M, Maitland River (above Wingham) up at 9.96M, French River at Woseley Bay steady at 185M, Credit River at Streetsville steady at 4.5M, Credit River at Orangeville down at 11.2M, Grand River (Doon), down at 4.09M (below Shand dam) down at 1.53M.

Prime Fishing Times: Saturday September 5th, 2009: 12:24am to 2:36am (moon overhead), 12:49pm to 3:01pm (moon underneath). Full moon Friday September 4th.

Great Lakes: Lake Superior, 30-40ft, Lake Michigan 40-70ft, Lake Ontario 60-100ft, Lake Huron 60-80ft, Lake Erie 50ft. Best baits; Lymans in blue and white. Also pink Lymans. Remember to recharge with a flashlight. Spoons, body baits, cracked ice and monkey puke

Fly Fishing: Grey Fox, Sulphur Dun, Green Drake, Hex, and various caddis

Saugeen conditions: low/moderate, quickly clearing, tea colored water, 14C, and visibility Saugeen River, 4ft.

Don’t forget, our 6th Annual Fishing Challenge is September 11, 12, 13 2009

For more info., you can contact Wayne at, brntrout@golden.net .

Or you can visit Wayne at http://www.canadianangling.com .

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