Rivers North Fishing Report

Rain Dance

October 16th, 2008

From the looks of the thermometer our warm spell is now over-the next couple nights air temps will be getting into the low 30’s & water temps should be steadily dropping.  Water temps are currently in the lower 50’s and we are in need of rain badly as levels are low.  Chinook Salmon are actively spawning and numbers are going to be dropping daily as peak happened this past week.  There is a large amount of eggs currently in the rivers-Steelhead and Trout have been taking opportunity from the buffet!  Knowing where to cast can increase your chances for Steel right now-there isn’t a lot of chrome around, but those that are present are aggressive towards a good presentation.  The cooling water temps should bring in more Steelhead & Lake Run Browns-a good rain will immensely help the fish find their way upstream.

Bye bye Salmon-hello chrome!

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