Rivers North Fishing Report

Fire & Ice

May 20th, 2009

One day 39 degrees and freezing, the next day 92 degrees and boiling.  That pretty much sums up our weather over the last two days.  Can’t decide to fish Steelhead or go Trout fishing with those swings in temps! I do not like to see these high heat days this early in the year, it actually isn’t even supposed to get that hot up here in  the U.P. during August!  Trout fishing here in the Upper Peninsula has been fun lately with the weather roller coaster.  Some days strong emergences of Caddis, Stoneflies and a few BWO’s have fish looking up.  The last blast of heat should produce even more in the form of active aquatic insects providing for more dry fly fishing opps.  Streamers ans nymphs have been producing some very quality fish when dry fly fishing is not happening, if they aren’t feeding up top give them something to chew down below.

Memorial Day-The Beginning of Summer!

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