Rivers North Fishing Report

Trout season in the U.P.

June 1st, 2023

It’s been some great weather here in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula as of lately, a great start to a fun time of the season to be Trout fishing! Some good dry fly fishing has been available with Caddis & Mahogany’s making up the majority of the menu. Some very nice sized fish have been available this season, great to see a healthy population of both Brook Trout and Brown Trout. Streamer fishing and nymphing has also been productive when the fish are not rising. Mosquitoes have also made an appearance, quite possibly the most I’ve ever seen in my life!
Near shore fishing on Lake Superior has also been fantastic. Some of the best Coho fishing I’ve ever seen during the spring time. Seems like a very healthy population of Coho Salmon right now. Rivermouths, shoreline structure and first breaks have been holding fish. Anywhere that has food you will find fish. Lots of fun to fish the big open water when conditions are right.

Many thanks to all our recent guests , congrats on some great fish!

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