Rivers North Fishing Report


July 18th, 2011

Hot humid weather has settled in across the Upper Peninsula, water temps are up & some Trout streams are on the low side.  Some localized heavy rainfall has helped out some streams that are in need of water, but low water is normal this time of the Summer on non spring influenced rivers.  Atlantic Salmon fishing on the St.Marys River remains fair to good with some bonus Rainbows, Herring & Whitefish in the mix.  Large Hex emergences have been present lately on the St.Marys as well as offshore and on local Trout streams.  This hatch can provide some stellar fishing opportunities as well as make for some full fish that aren’t interested in eating much-classic catch 22 dilemma!  Days off of guiding has been sent researching new fisheries that have been proving this season to be very fun & downright productive-pictured below is a magnum sized carp from a remote area of the Upper Peninsula.  Looks for some new adventures to be offered to guests for the 2012 season!

John Voelker (Robert Traver) & U.P. Trout fishing fans-check out Tim’s Blog!


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