Polar Plunge

January 18th, 2011 at 8:26 pm

The onset of arctic temps has pretty much eliminated any chance of open water angling for the near future here in the Upper Peninsula.  The only hope now rests in fishing through a small hole drilled through a frozen body of water.  In the meantime I just finished up with this new video of the 2010 season of fishing, I hope everyone enjoys!

A Bit O’ Relief

January 12th, 2011 at 9:40 pm

A few warmer days as of lately has made for some better angling conditions here across the Upper Peninsula-not to fear, the snow & wind is back in the forecast now :) Steelhead have been found in their typical low lying slow waters areas that they frequent this time of the Winter. Steelhead don’t come easy this time of year in the U.P., a nice reward to the angler willing to put in the time.

Ol’ Redcheeks- Ol man Winters blessing to the angler.

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A New Year

January 1st, 2011 at 11:12 pm

After a nice warm up over the Christmas holiday our cold weather is back, some melt off of snow has occurred & river levels have risen some. Some of the shelf ice that was present before is now not as much of an issue & overall conditions are better. Steelhead frequently get a bit more active when warm fronts come around during the Winter months, warm weather lifts both the spirits of Steelhead & fisherman alike!

Steel-Guaranteed to make you smile or your money back :)


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