Rivers North Fishing Report

Winter Approaching

November 30th, 2009 at 7:21 pm

As Fall is quickly fading in to early Winter the guiding season has begun to slow, this is an excellent opportunity to get out & explore new waters.  When fishing new waters it is truly a trial & error process, many outings prove to be fruitless while others offer great opportunities-you never know what species you will catch!  This is what is so exciting about new areas, the chance at finding something really special. All fisherman have been on adventures that seem to be more work than it is really worth, but then after years of searching they stumble upon something very unique & cool.  This is what exploring & fishing is all about after all-the Upper Peninsula is one place where if someone has the ambition this is still possible!  Steelhead fishing remains fair/good as some new fish continue to move in with the wet/warmer than normal weather.  Along with fishing i have been spending a fair amount of time chasing the illusive Whitetail Deer of Michigan this Fall, the Deer have definitely won in this department so far!  Nonetheless is is quite relaxing to sit in the quiet of the woods & await for some excitement to head your way.  Deer counts are much lower (40%) this year here in the U.P., seems as if the last two harsh Winters have taken their toll on our Deer herd.  Weather is calling for a bit more seasonable temps/precip over the next week, darn!

Give the gift of fishing this Christmas-book an outing to fly fish the U.P.!

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