Rivers North Fishing Report

Heavy Water

October 1st, 2010

Record high river levels for this of the year across the U.P. has made for some difficult angling as of lately, lots of rivers have been nearly unfishable due to the high water.  Some areas of the U.P. received around 3 inches of rain from this event, rivers have crested and are working their way back down to normal levels right now. Rivers with steeper drainages have come down & are fishable for the most part.  Salmon numbers are fair to good right now with a FEW bonus other species available.  Angler pressure has been high on some rivers by U.P. standards as the Salmon season is the last hooray for some anglers before hunting season get sin full swing.

Fall-Trophy time!

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