Early fall fishing in the U.P.

September 26th, 2016 at 11:28 am

Lots of rain lately here in the Upper Peninsula, most streams have dropped but they were as high as they get for this time of the fishing season!  The onset of autumn is upon us, a few colors on the leaves in certain areas right now.  Great Lakes water temps are still unseasonably warm from our extra toasty summer, Salmon numbers range widely but mostly low right now.  The fall behavior for Musky and Pike is beginning, some fantastic moments have had our guests riding a high level of stoke. Congrats to them on some great fish!

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Trout and Smallmouth Bass in the U.P.

September 1st, 2016 at 9:31 pm

More beautiful weather here across the Upper Peninsula over the last few weeks for fishing. Smallmouth Bass fishing has been fair to good, cloudy days have been much more productive. Some nice rains have blessed us w higher water levels which has had fish feeding readily. A variety of insects have been present lately, flying ants & BWO’s primarily. Some spring creeks have also been productive for resident Brook & Brown Trout, both dry flies & streamers have caught fish.

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