Rivers North Fishing Report

Sunny Delight

April 16th, 2009

Unseasonably warm temps engulfed the Upper Peninsula today as the thermometer reached around 60 degrees!  Heck-that’s a bech day by Yooper standards!  Cold nights has kept melt off pretty slow, but this heat wave will speed up water temps & melt off considerably.  Currently water temps are anywhere from 39 to 45 degrees depending upon the time of the day you take the temp.  Trout fishing has been good as the warming water temps have resident Trout eager to nymph. Resident Rainbows & some nice nice Browns have been gobbling up egg patterns & some nymphs. Lots of times these Trout take a back seat to the Steelhead because they are smaller in size, but they can provide some good action this time of the year. Steelhead fishing continues to provide some good times as fish have been making there way upstream to lots of different streams across the U.P..  Forecast is calling for another warm day tomorrow and then back to more seasonable temps with rain.  Hopefully the rain for this next week pans out, we are in severe need of some form of precip as it has been nearly a month since we have had any.

Superior Steel-Too Sexy!

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