Rivers North Fishing Report

Long Shadows

June 3rd, 2011

Trout season is in full swing across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, some dry fly fishing opportunities are available as well as subsurface.  Insect activity varies quite largely depending upon location, with tail water fisheries having the most activity.  Caddis, Stoneflies, March Browns, Suphurs and some Brown Drakes are bringing trout to the surface.  Also with the Memorial Day weekend all warm water species seasons are now open, another fun option to try here in the U.P.!  The baby fawn in the pic below was safely rescued, it was warming itself on the sun heated concrete of the road on a not so warm recent day!

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