Jump to content

John Bacon

Scugog - winter fishing

Recommended Posts

Am I reading this correctly?  I know that walleye is closed all year on Scugog.  I was also under the impression that the lake was closed to all fishing during the winter.  However, when I read the exceptions below, it seems like only the portion of the lake within 100m of the causeway is closed.

If I read this correctly, I could fish for crappie anytime of the year.  I just cannot fish within 100m of the causeway between Nov 16 and the 2nd Sat in May...

Lake Scugog - 100 m (328 ft.) on both sides of Hwy. 7A (causeways) - Scugog Twp.    -     Fish sanctuary - no fishing from Jan. 1 - Fri. before 2nd Sat. in May & Nov. 16 - Dec. 31.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Yeah John you can fish it all year for crappie and perch.  Just make sure you are not in the closed areas and good to go

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...

  • Similar Topics

    • Great day of laker fishing!

      I finally got a chance to scoot out on my own. Brought the GoPro with me for the first time this season. What a blast! It's kind of nice being on the rod instead of the net for a change.    

      in General Discussion

    • Fishing Hay Bay

      I'm almost ashamed to admit this ( lol), but I'm fishing Quinte for the first time at Hay Bay. We're staying at Bayview on Hay Bay cottages next weekend and I was hoping I could get a few pointers.  Wondering if it's a bit to early for walleye as friends have suggested that later in the Fall is better. I read a post that the Uzzick spinner works great but I can't find a single place around the GTA that sells them. I'll try the usual trolling with raps, worm harnesses and some spinners. 

      in General Discussion

    • Fishing for various species on the Grand River (Video)

      Quick video from the lower Grand river for those interested. Enjoy!  

      in General Discussion

    • carp fishing kawartha lakes/London area.

      Hello, thanks for letting me join. I’m from England but I’m coming out to Canada, Ontario for 2 weeks in September. It’s not a fishing holiday but some fishing will definitely be happening. Has anyone got any advice on areas I should visit to try and catch a better carp as when I was out before caught lots of smaller ones so wanted to try and get one over 20lb! Also advice on what licences I need would be great. we are staying a few days in London, then travelling to the kawartha lakes area

      in General Discussion

    • Fishing shirts and a big net

      View Advert Fishing shirts and a big net   Four fishing shirts - all worn once on a trip and now just taking up space. They're Bass Pros Worldwide Sportsman brand, three in size Large and teh blue one bottom right is a Medium but fits the same as the others. I'm a large in "street" clothes and they fit me nicely so they're true to size $10 each or take them all for $30 These are the closest i can find to them on the Bass pro site https://www.bassp

      in Fishing Tackle and Equipment

×
×
  • Create New...