Rivers North Fishing Report

The Last Cast

September 27th, 2008 at 11:14 am

Yes, my friends all good things must come to an end-the final hour of Trout season is upon us here in Michigan’s U.P..  Some very good opportunities were still available for those looking to get out & wet a fly line on designated Trout waters.  BWO’s & caddis have fish rising quite well for the end of Sept-subsurface flies have also been doing there fair share of work!  This time of the year is breathtaking on some of our waters-with foliage near peak in some areas it is hard to decide which is more magnificent, The colors of the Trout or the trees!

This years Trout season will go down as one of the finest-trophy Brook Trout & some monster Browns.  I am already excited to see what next season has to offer!  Dates have began to fill for 2009-to insure a quality outing give us a shout to see what dates are open.

Salmon numbers are steadily increasing on both Lake Michigan & Lake Superior streams-our foucs now  is on migratory species.  The St.Marys River Salmon run is slowing a bit as Salmon are making their way quickly to Canadian spawning areas (gravel).  Cold temps are in the forecast for the next week & some rain going to fall.  Steelhead & Lake Run Brown Trout on the streamers will be happening soon with the cooler water temps.  Fall is here & the Steel are headed upstream soon!

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