Rivers North Fishing Report

Surf & Turf

September 29th, 2009

Finally some relief from the heat & drought conditions here in the Upper Peninsula, over the last few days some descent rains & much colder temps has it feeling more like Fall!  Lots of options to choose from for the angler right now as this is such a fun time of the year to be out on the water.  The final countdown has begun for Trout season, only a couple days left to get your fix in!  Brook Trout fishing remains fairly solid & should be good for the last few days of the season with the cooler weather & less sunshine. Sporadic insect activity has a few fish looking up, but most Trout are primarily focused on nymphs & baitfish.  Chinook Salmon migrations have kicked in a bit more with the new rainfall & colder temps-surf casting as well as river fishing has been producing some nice fish.

Fall=Fly Fishers Delight!

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