Rivers North Fishing Report

Cold Front

July 24th, 2013

A change of pace with some colder air has moved into the Upper Peninsula region, it has a hint of autumn in the air the last few crisp mornings.  Fishing has been fairly normal for this time for the season as water temps are about on par w historical averages.  A mixed bag of species is available on the St. Marys, but water temps are beginning to climb.  We have boated several spring chinook this season on the river, which is a good sign for the wild pacific salmon population. Most of our major mayfly hatches have occurred at this point across the U.P., but trout can be caught on a variety of attractor patterns as well as nymphs & streamers.  Smallmouth & Pike fishing has been good as well in areas.  Get out & cast a fly :)

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