Sandy Falls Fishing Report near Timmins, Ontario

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Sandy Falls

on December 14th

Sandy Falls used to be a polluted area and even had a few drownings in the past years. Earlier in 2012 a group of 10 local men and women gathered together and spent days cleaning up the area and removing a ton of garbage in the waters. The walleye and sturgeon have since moved back into the area and will begin spawning as they did in the past amongst the pollution. A family spot, and has also seen construction recently with a new generating system for the falls being added, the area may need another year or two before becoming a hot spot for fishing. The walleye (when in season) will be hitting on 3g jigs with a live minnow. They stick in schools and when you hit one you'll be hitting for a good half hour to an hour. Find some deep areas and get your baits in there, reel in slowly and be patient for a hit. ============================================= A local ad on the falls: http://www.timminspress.com/2012/10/23/biz-cleans-up-sandy-falls-dam-area

Location Details
Species Caught: Walleye

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