Rivers North Fishing Report

On the Road Again

August 14th, 2009

The past few weeks have been a celebration of family/friends as Erika & I got married this past weekend!  We would like to thank everyone who traveled across the country to join us on this special day.  To say everything was perfect would be an understatement, lots of fun!  We are so very thankful to have such wonderful people in our lives.  After enjoying our vacation away, its time to get back to work!

Currently we are enjoying some more Summer like weather here in the Upper Peninsula-it has been in the 80’s the past few days & it looks as if it will stay that way for a while.  Resident Trout fishing remains descent for being mid August, typically Aug is some of the toughest fishing of the yer due to low warm water.  This year though we have been blessed with cooler temps & our rivers are at a good level.  Brook and Brown Trout have been taken on attractor dries, terrestrials as well as streamers.  Some of the Brook Trout are beginning to show a little color which is always neat!

The St.Marys River has Atlantic Salmon still present as well as a few early run Chinook Salmon beginning to migrate upstream.  The early run Chinook are a very exciting fish to battle with as this time of the year they are very strong & provide some memorable battles!  Look for Chinook & Pink Salmon numbers to grow over the course of the next few weeks.  Some prime dates are available in late Aug through Sept for those anglers who are interested in catching mulptiple species of Salmon in one outing (Atlantic, Chinook & Pink).

Almost time for Fall to begin-ahh yes!

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