Lake Scugog has a colourful history, beginning as marshland with wild rice stands and cranberry bogs harvested by the Mississaugas. Originally two lakes connected by the marsh, the area was artificially flooded when a dam was built in 1834 to power a grist mill. Today it forms part of the Trent-Severn Waterway. Lake Scugog has 172 kms of shoreline, a surface area of 68 square kms, an average depth of 1.4 metres. As a shallow lake it’s a preferred fishing location. Scugog has an abundant supply of largemouth, smallmouth and rock bass, walleye, crappie, musky, perch, carp, and catfish. A wide variety of wildlife, especially waterfowl, lives on Scugog’s marshy shores and gentle waters.
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