Rivers North Fishing Report

Good times to say the least!

August 28th, 2008 at 9:10 pm

 

  Labor Day weekend, some will say is the official start of fall- from the beautiful weather we have been receiving I would say it is still summer here, but the fishing is starting to see some familiar fall species!  Daytime temps have been in the mid 70’s & some cool evenings in the 40’s have water temps dropping.

 Chinook & Pink Salmon numbers have been growing daily on the St.Marys River-some good opportunities are available currently for some very fresh fiesty fish!  Atlantic Salmon numbers are also still currently strong, some days have been challenging and fish are spreading out throughout the river system.  The St.Marys is truly a very unique river-where else can you catch multiple species of Pacific Salmon &  Atlantic Salmon in the same day?   

 Resident Trout fishing has been picking up speed slowly with the cooling water temps.  Some great Trout fishing will be starting up very very soon!  A few open dates are available over the next week for St.Marys River Atlantic & Pacific Salmon outings as well as resident Trout trips-come up & give fly fishing the U.P. a shot!

 


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