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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – May 11, 2022

Little Bay de Noc: Yellow perch anglers reported fair to good success. Anglers were mostly targeting deep water areas in the upper bay using worms and minnows. St. Ignace: A few lake trout were caught in Lake Huron. Anglers should try trolling artificial baits adjacent to river mouths as the...

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – April 20, 2022

Smelt runs have not yet started in the Upper Peninsula. Many areas along the lakeshores of Lake Superior, Lake Huron and Lake Michigan still have ice formations in front of and near river mouths. Cold temperatures and slow snowmelt in most areas have slowed the progression and timing of smelt...

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – April 6, 2022

Little Bay de Noc: Perch anglers reported mixed success. Most anglers were fishing across from Kipling in depths of 40 to 45 feet of water. Some anglers were also catching perch in shallower waters near the Kipling launch and by the Days River. Anglers reported more success while using wigglers,...

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – March 23, 2022

Little Bay de Noc: Perch anglers reported improved fishing success. Anglers were catching perch on wigglers and minnows. Areas that were targeted include deeper water out of Kipling, with ideal fishing depths of around 40 to 45 feet. The cove at Aronson Island was productive with many anglers sight fishing....

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report: March 16, 2022

Little Bay de Noc: Anglers reported good walleye fishing with large fish caught and some potentially in the trophy size category. Areas out of the Ford River were productive. Most anglers were fishing shallower water where they were able to sight fish in depths of around 10 to 15 feet...

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – March 2, 2022

Little Bay de Noc: Areas of heavy fishing pressure were between the first and center reef, out in front of Gladstone fishing pier and areas out of the Ford River. Saunders Point produced mostly undersized fish. Smaller numbers of anglers were fishing by the Escanaba River, although most reported very...

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report February 9, 2022

Les Cheneaux/Munuscong Bay: Anglers were catching a few perch in Hessel Bay and in Musky Bay, however it had started to slow down in Hessel. Munuscong Bay fishing pressure seemed to be slowing down as well and catches there were also starting to slow. There were a few walleye and...

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – September 29, 2021

Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – September 29, 2021

Ontonagon: Anglers were fishing in shallow waters while trolling for salmon with spoons but after a while deeper water was sought. Productivity for lake trout was good with near limits coming in while trolling spoons between 100 and 150 feet of water. Union Bay: Fishing pressure was moderate and a...

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – Sept. 22, 2021

Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – Sept. 22, 2021

Ontonagon: Anglers were doing pretty well fishing for lake trout. Fish were coming in around four pounds with a few 15-pound fish being caught while trolling spoons. Fish were caught in 80 to 140 feet, but some anglers were fishing shallower trying to find salmon, brown trout and steelhead to...

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Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – Sept. 8, 2021

Upper Peninsula Weekly Fishing Report – Sept. 8, 2021

Ontonagon: Lake trout fishing was productive. Near limits of three-to-five-pound fish were seen with a few 10+ pound fish reported. Spoons were the lure of choice between 80 and 120 feet of water. On Ontonagon River, dock anglers were catching rock bass, bullhead and a few small walleye. Union Bay:...

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