Rivers North Fishing Report


October 4th, 2009

Burr!  Some extra cold mornings in the mid to upper 20’s has Fall fishing going strong here in the Upper Peninsula!  Some more nice rains have provided more water to our streams & actually they are @ a good level currently.  Trout season is officially closed & the final few days provided some fantastic fishing-some great Brook Trout and Brown Trout were brought to the net as we said our farewells to several areas for the year.  Good numbers of Pacific Salmon are present across the Upper Peninsula-this years crop of Chinook have some very magnum sized participants in the mix.  Over the last week several Chinook in the 20 lb class have been boated.  Nice work & congrats to the lucky anglers who won the battles with these great fish!

Go Pack- Favre Sucks!!

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