Rivers North Fishing Report

Happy Camper

April 16th, 2010 at 11:07 am

This weather here in the U.P. never ceases to amaze me- we can go from a snowstorm to 4 days later 76 degree sunshine.  Yesterday we did manage to get a small amount of heavy rain in some areas that helped our dry conditions-currently wild fire danger is extremely high with the arid conditions.  Steelhead are present in our river systems, dropback fish are most prevalent with a few newer fish available.  Resident Trout have been active as well with the warming water temps, Trout opener is arriving quickly & some good opportunities will be available this season.  Water levels are still low & clear @ this time with temps from the upper 40’s to mid 50’s.

Chris holds a trophy Brook Trout that nearly made him wet his waders!

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