Saturday, September 26, 2009

Fished Friday with Sam and Zack form VA. After a short casting lesson we were ready to fish to some Salmon. Lots of Salmon to fish to we hooked up with about 30 fish and had some lengthy battles got them close to the boat. We did net some very nice Trout Browns and Rainbows.

Getting some rain today and that's good Lots of good Salmon fishing left this year

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

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Salmon fishing this weekend was very good. I will post pics soon. The fishing pressure was there but it was not a busy as I have seen in past years at this time of year.

We are getting some rain today and more this week this is good news and If fishing was very good this last weekend. Look out! It will be off the charts.

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Fishing the Muskegon this river this weekend with Joe and Karen from California We casted the fly rods with dry flys for Trout. The Trout did not disappoint us. As always the Muskegon being a very technical river. There were some fly changes as the Trout moved from feeding on caddis to bwo's and to midges. Lots of fish rising to the surface. Joe was camera shy so here's Karen

Tuesday, September 1, 2009 517 651 2616

The river water temps are falling! The Salmon and Trout are keying in on the falling temps and feasting. Trout fishing on the Muskegon river river remains excellent Drys or nymphs (flying ants, caddis). A few Salmon can be seen in the Muskegon river. Salmon are through out the Manistee river and fishing pressure is picking up. The rain Saturday did not relieve the fishing pressure.

Lake Michigan has rolled over and near shore water temps are near 50 degrees. This has sent more Skamania and Coho up the St. Joe river, Although the river level remains high after last weeks rains.