Rivers North Fishing Report

The Holy Day

April 22nd, 2010 at 10:13 pm

I’d like to say otherwise, but river levels continue to slowly drop as our dry weather patterns continues persist.  Cold clear evenings have kept water temps in the low 40’s to mid 50’s, yesterday’s high temp was in the mid 30’s as snow squalls moved in off Lk Superior nearly all day.  Dropback Steelhead and few fresher fish are still present in rivers across the U.P.-numbers vary from river to river.  Resident Trout have been active and some good opportunities are available with the upcoming Trout opener.  Stoneflies, BWO’s & a few Caddis have been bringing some Trout to the surface-the warmest daytime hours are providing for the most surface activity.

Opening Day-a celebration of another season of fun!

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