Rivers North Fishing Report

Beach Weather

July 11th, 2011

Summer weather has transcended across the Upper Peninsula as of lately which has made for some pleasurable fishing conditions.  The St.Marys river has been fishing fair to good depending upon the day, a mixed bag of Atlantic Salmon, Herring, Whitefish, drop back Steelhead & resident Rainbow Trout are available.  On the Trout fishing scene-non spring fed rivers have been getting warm with the onset of the hot weather.  Cooler days & morning/evening have been providing some rising fish on Caddis, Cahills, BWO’s & Damsels.  Forecast is calling for more Summer like weather-enjoy it, Winter isn’t far away :)  Congrats to Marlene on an absolute trophy Atlantic Salmon-Great job!

Check out Michigan Out of Doors magazine-Rivers North-a new monthly column (print & online available) by Captain Brad Petzke of Riversnorth Guide Service.  Column features articles on fly fishing Michigan’s U.P., topics range from techniques to overall stories of angling here north of the bridge!  No need to worry, no secrets or specific names of sensitive fisheries are used to protect the wild nature of our fisheries here in the U.P. :)  It’s always been all about the fish with us, taking care of our finned friends comes first & foremost!

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