Transition to Trout Time

May 27th, 2019 at 5:51 pm

It’s really been a fantastic spring here in the UP for Steelhead fishing.  A variety of water conditions this spring has really spread out the opportunities for this fishing. Never have we had low or warm water which has kept our Steelhead conditions ideal.  Now water temps are warming and dry fly fishing for resident trout has started. Some Caddis have had some fish rising, high water levels have lowered opportunities on some streams but spring fed rivers are in better shape.  Congrats to our guests this spring, some spectacular fish!

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May 7th, 2019 at 8:22 pm

Many streams are holding their water longer than normal this season due to the heavy snowpack we had in addition to rainfall.  Steelhead fishing has been fair to good, as wide range of dropbacks to new arrivals are available. Resident Brook and Brown Trout have been becoming more active with the warming water temps. Congrats to our recent guests on some fantastic fish!

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