It’s fall in the U.P.

September 22nd, 2014

It feels like fall here in the north woods now, certain areas of the U.P. are in full autumn colors & the air has that nice crisp feel in the mornings. This is the time of the year that really just can’t last long enough, it is wonderful to be outside enjoying the surroundings. Currently many fishing opportunities exist- Pacific Salmon are available, resident Trout as well as warm water predators. Take your shotgun out for a stroll as well, upland bird season is open & I have been seeing a few birds on the way to the river. Enjoy…..




Water Event

September 15th, 2014

Whew, big rains & big winds across the U.P. as of lately has mixed things up a bit.  Rivers are absolutely full of water right now as up to 4 inches of rain hit the region.  Major coastal flooding on Lake Superior caused severe damage to many areas of the Upper Peninsula.  Fall is definitely in the air as fish are responding the the cooler water temps/increased water situation.  Predators have been behaving accordingly w the onset of autumn & those interested in Pacific Salmon have been finding fish.  It’s a nice time to visit the Upper Peninsula for some fishing, enjoy before the snows begin to fly soon!



Big congrats to our anglers as of lately, lots of firsts on the fly which don’t come easy :)