Today is the last day of our Trout season on type 1 streams and many anglers are out taking advantage of it. Water levels are great across the board and water temps are settling into the 50's. King and pink salmon fishing is in full swing in the local rivers and the coho are showing up.The coho numbers should build this week and they will be the main target for salmon anglers soon. Warm water fishing continues to be great on inland lakes and rivers with most anglers targeting musky and walleye. We have openings for guided trips in late October and mid to late November. Give us a call or send us an email if you are interested in fall steelhead and coho.
The central U.P. is cooling down and we are changing gears. The fall lake run fish are showing up and we have been catching kings, pinks and some coho. Water temps are in the 50's on many streams and the dry fly activity is tapering off, but streamer fishing is really picking up. Lots of anglers have switched to fishing for salmon in the rivers and at the mouths. They are targeting them with crankbaits, spinners and floats with spawn. Walleye and musky fishing continues to pick up with many quality reports coming in from many of the inland lakes. September's guiding schedule is pretty much full, but we still have dates in October and November. Give us a call at the shop for details!