Rivers North Fishing Report


October 11th, 2009

Peak colors & snow flurries fill the air-October in Michigan’s U.P.!  I have to admit the sight of snow this early in October churns my stomach as I really don’t feel like dealing with yet another brutal Winter like we had last year.  But nonetheless the cold & cloudy skies makes fishing as heck of a lot better than the 80 degree weather we had only like 10 days ago!  Right now water temps are in the mid 40’s to 50- it depends on the day this time of the year.  We did get a nice spike in water levels this past week which brought in the remaining Salmon that have to get their spawning on & a few chrome players that we wait all year so intently for.  Fall Steelhead in my humble opinion is the finest that Michigan has to offer, these fish are what every fisherman dreams of.  Fresh, chrome, aggressive & angry-no Steelhead fights harder than a Fall run fish.

Kromer- a fish or a hat?

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