Rivers North Fishing Report

Frosty Mornings in the Yooperland!

September 19th, 2008

Cold evenings & sunny beautiful days have been the norm here across the U.P. lately-mornings in the 40’s & then 70 by lunchtime!  Just when I thought there couldn’t possibly be any more Pink Salmon to come in, the St.Marys River- it seems as if even more have shown up.  This years run of fish is very strong-seems as they are everywhere in the river.  Chinook Salmon have migrated upstream to spawning areas & are sniffing out gravel to get their spawn on-some fresher fish are still present in slower staging water.  Atlantic Salmon are beginning to show their Spawning colors quite well-these characteristics they show are unlike any other!

Resident Trout have been feeding on quite the mixed bag-Trout have been rising to BWO’s & a few flying ants. When nothing is rising-giving them a well presented nymph or streamer has been productive.   Daytime temps have been dictating what is on the menu!

Come up to the U.P. & let’s fish-guaranteed to be more fun than sitting @ your desk!

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