Rivers North Fishing Report

This past week has seen some beautiful weather here in the U.P.

August 13th, 2008

This past week has seen some beautiful weather here in the U.P.- daytime temps in the lower 70’s & some cool evenings has water temps great for this time of the Summer! The St.Marys River has been fishing good for Atlantic Salmon – normal Lake Superior water levels has the river in very good shape! The wet Summer has raised the lake level by nearly 18 inches! This time of the Summer a mix of Atlantics are available ranging from fresh fish, to fish that have been in the river system for some time. It is interesting to see the different coloration and characteristics of this unique fish! Also a few bonus Chinook are available-low light hours are best with baitfish imitations (pictured is Shane Mundt with the first Chinook of the season-good work!). Resident Trout fishing has been fair lately-this will be changing quickly as the cooler nights have water temps more suitable for higher trout activity. Terrestrials and streamers have been most productive lately depending upon light levels.

It is beginning to start to have a hint of Fall in the air of the U.P.-are you ready for a vacation?
Prime dates still avaibable for Fall Steelhead, Lake Run Browns and Pacific Salmon!
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