Rivers North Fishing Report

Frosty Mornings

October 19th, 2009

Salmon numbers have began to dwindle as most fish are either on gravel or already been on the gravel and are long gone.  A few fresh Salmon remain in the pools, but numbers are getting thin on them.  Steelhead/Lake Run Brown Trout numbers are also thin at this point as river levels have dropped and we are in need of some more rain.  Some chrome fish are available, being prepared has been key to get them fish into the net.  Well placed drifts/casts will result in hookups/opportunities, but getting them to the net is a whole another story.  Resident Trout fishing has been fair/good-most activity has been subsurface, but I actually witnessed some sporadic fish rising over the weekend(BWO’s). Trout fishing now is very relaxing as most sportsman are chasing Salmon, Grouse, Waterfowl or Deer-a quiet time on the trout stream for sure.

Fall in Michigan’s U.P-as pure as it gets……

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