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Situated on Hwy. 538 in Algoma Mills,  Lauzon Creek has been known for years as one of the best places to catch smelts in the spring.  Many visitors from across the north travel here to catch their yearly feed.  The creek itself flows from Lake Lauzon into Lake Huron.

As well as the smelts in the spring, there are the salmon in the fall that travel up the creek to spawn every year.  In recent years the Lauzon Creek, from the train bridge to the dam, has become a fish sanctuary.


The large Coho salmon that travel up the clear water can be an amazing site.  In the Township of The North Shore the salmon can be seen spawning in the Serpent River as well.