Dredging by the East Grey Hunters and Anglers Association
The Bighead River below the Sykes Street bridge (Hwy 26) was dredged to a depth of approximately 12 feet deep in an effort to alleviate ice jamming during the spring break up. This area had filled with gravel and was only about 3 feet deep. The gravel was put into Georgian Bay over a bare clay area and it's hoped it will be used by Lake trout and whitefish for spawning.
The added depth should be great for Rainbow fishing in the spring and both Rainbow and Chinook fishing in the fall... Come and try your luck!
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