Rivers North Fishing Report

Back to Summer for a Few Days

October 13th, 2008

Summer like air temps in the mid 70’s over the past couple days has been weird to say the least-the nice weather has angler pressure high for this time of the year. Regardless there is a good amount of Chinook Salmon available-many fish are currently spawning & some fresh fish can be found in deeper staging water.  Low numbers of Steelhead are around in certain rivers across the U.P.-with the groves of fisherman out chasing Salmon, the careless angler that parades through every dark piece of water looking to spot Salmon is making it challenging to target chrome.  Low light levels have provided the best opportunities to fish Steelhead-the high bright sun has limited mid day hookups. The forecast is calling for a cool down starting tomorrow & some rain-our rivers are overdue for a good soaking rain that will bring them up to ideal Fall levels.



The leaves have begun to fall-that means Steelhead & Lake Run Browns are next!

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