20 years experience
Fishing The Beatty
A tributary to the Saugeen River.
Fishing The Beatty Saugeen
This is a really nice smaller tributary of the Saugeen River. Angler interested in fishing the Beatty Saugeen river could catch steelhead, brown trout, rainbow trout and brook trout.
It is roughly 4o feet long and averages around 15 feet in its middle sections. The river enters the South Saugeen river near the town of Hanover before entering the main Saugeen river shortly after.
It has good hatches but can be tough to wade and fish with all the wood and log jams.
Some of it is also slow flat frog water and some of it has some nice riffle water which is perfect for fly fishing.
Anglers interested in fishing the Beatty Saugeen will find access difficult because it is mostly private property but I have a few access spots that we guide our customers. You may be able to access some nice water through a private campsites.
Also this river has special regulations and does not normally open to fishing until June 1st so check the OMNR fishing regulations first before you go and fish here
Best Fishing Methods
Fly fishing is one for the most common methods for consistently catching big fish on the Beatty Saugeen river.For more info on fly fishing including the gear I recommend check out this fly fishing page.
Spin fishing with lure or floats will also work on this river.
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