Rivers North Fishing Report

Gone fishn’

May 18th, 2014 at 7:50 pm

Fishing has been progressing as our spring time season is upon us now here in the Upper Peninsula.  Water temps are anywhere from 40 to mid 50 degree range at this point. River levels are still rather high for this time of the season & most streams are carrying a descent stain to the water clarity.  Steelhead are available and still at this point their numbers vary greatly from stream to stream.  Brook Trout are beginning to get more active with the warming water temps and some insect activity has been present.  Blue winged olives, Stoneflies & midges have a very small amount of fish looking up, I did see a handful of rising trout this past week.  Click here for a cool video of a Steelhead release, please consider releasing your Steelhead to help maintain our wonderful fisheries here in the U.P..

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