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Beaver & Big Head River

Beaver & Big Head River

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Fishing on the Beaver & Big Head River

As the leaves turn and the days grow shorter, the migratory fishing season begins. Starting mid-September, Chinook Salmon and Steelhead move into the river mouths preparing for their spawning runs. The Big Head River and Beaver Rivers have runs of these fish. Casting spoons and plugs at river mouths or around the harbours in the evening can produce. The Big Head River is known as a premium fishing spot in the Meaford area; featuring salmon, lake trout, brown trout and rainbow trout. Most popular fishing access spots are at the following: Beautiful Joe Park, Trout Hollow Trail & Tillys Cafe. Beaver River Fishing Regulations River Fishing in Meaford
Big Head River in Meaford

Paddling on the Beaver River

The Beaver River is a gentle river flows 40km from Kimberley to Heathcote and was a key transportation route in the 19thcentury. Home to the great blue heron, the great horned owl, white tailed deer and its namesake – the beaver, this is a great route for beginner paddlers. Put ins are available on Grey Road 13 north of Kimberley, on the Epping Side Road and at Healthcote allowing you to vary your route from 6 to 15 kilometres. Want the ultimate paddling experience on the Beaver River? Book a self-guided, or guided, tour with Free Spirit Tours! Paddling in Grey County
Paddling with Free Spirit on the Beaver River
     

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