Wayne Sheridan reports: Dense fog in the early mornings will be a challenge for most drivers for the next few days in the Great Lakes region. This is combined with intermittent showers through the area. This will help river and lake levels, which have dropped the past 2 weeks. Fishing at most of the river mouths has been a challenge the past 2 weeks due to low clear water conditions. Rainbows and steelhead have been very easily to spook. A warm fall has put everything behind by about two weeks. Lakes have started their fall turnover, so fish will be holding in warmer pockets of water, near baitfish. Be careful around river and lake shores, ice will form on the banks overnight once it cools down again, later next week..
River Flow Rates: moderate
Saugeen River (Durham) rising at 1.3M, Saugeen River (Walkerton) rising at 9.5M, Saugeen River (Port Elgin) rising at 7.72M, Sauble River (Sauble Falls) rising at .94, Sydenham River (Owen Sound) rising at 4.95, Maitland River (above Wingham) rising at 9.9, French River at Woseley Bay steady at 187.6M, Credit River at Streetsville steady at 4.46, Credit River at Orangeville rising at 10.8M, Grand River (Doon), steady at 3.7 (below Shand dam) steady at 1.45
Prime Fishing Times: Saturday November 21st: 3:33pm to 4:39pm (moon overhead), 3:15am to 4:11am (moon underneath).
Saugeen conditions: moderate, tea colored water, 7C, and visibility Saugeen River, 3ft.
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