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> Lake Scugog, How many of you live near it
colanut
Posted: Jan 01, 2021 - 02:33 pm


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I noticed a number of posts recently from people who live very close the lake Scugog. I am curious to see how many of you are out there. Once Covid restrictions ease up, maybe we can arrange a meet and greet of some sort, Who knows, maybe a new fishing partner or three. I'm in Port Perry, close to the beer store. I don't fish Scugog as much now, as I prefer Balsam (better variety of fish), but I used to go out there fairly often, as its about three minutes to the launch.

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muskyaaron
Posted: Jan 01, 2021 - 02:49 pm


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I live in port perry and fish Scugog lots in the summer. I also work at the local Canadian tire in port perry in sports (fishing) so if you ever want to talk fishing just drop by!

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sambo
Posted: Jan 01, 2021 - 06:16 pm


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I live on the island

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Posted: Jan 02, 2021 - 06:12 am


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I'm in Uxbridge. I'm a Simcoe perch guy but like to give Scugog a try this winter. My usual Scugog trip is walk out and try to find a good spot for the sundown bite, set up and catch one perch, hook a muskie and get broken off then walk off the lake with real good lighting so I don't get hit by a sled or truck. I like panfish fishing (and eating) so like to try other Kawartha lakes

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Ice Newfie
Posted: Jan 02, 2021 - 08:58 am


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Im just in Seagrave by the Nonquon and usually hit Scugog for a short evening bite or weekends I don't feel like driving too far just jump on the atv and go out from the house.

I was going to spud around yesterday to see what the ice is like but new years eve had different plans for my body yesterday so I stayed on the couch lol.....Has anyone been out there yet ?

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SixthHades
Posted: Jan 02, 2021 - 12:15 pm


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grew up and lived in caesarea till a few years ago. still go out perchin and crappie fishing when i can. im only 25mins away so its not a bad drive out for a fish.

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Posted: Jan 02, 2021 - 03:08 pm


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Too Funny. Sounds like my usual trip at Chemong. The light is a good point. Even with a headlamp on high I almost got run over by a speeding sled. Stay off the "401" lanes on the lakes.

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bear75
Posted: Jan 03, 2021 - 06:37 pm


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Live in Port but have not been ice fishing on Scugog. I prefer driving to Lake Simcoe for jumbos. Thinking of getting out on Scugog this year as nothing to do lol

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