Central Lower Peninsula Fishing Report – October 25th, 2013

Saginaw Bay Area

Perch fishing remains good in Lake Huron’s Saginaw Bay. A good bite has been reported by anglers fishing in 15 to 18 feet of water at Linwood, but they are having to sort through the fish to find the keepers. A decent bite has been reported at Quanicassee  and Au Gres, too. Waterfowl hunting has been good. Deer hunting has been fair, and hunting pressure light. Pheasant season should be relatively good.
Franks Great Outdoors, (989) 697-5341.

Grand Haven Area

Salmon and trout fishing has been decent on Lake Michigan in 120 to 160 feet of water. A few steelhead have been caught off the pier, but overall the action has been slow. Waterfowl hunting has been pretty good and will improve as the weather cools. Bowhunting has been good.
Lakeview Marine & Tackle, (616) 842-2770.

Caseville Area

Perch fishing has been good in Lake Huron. Lots of perch between 10 and 13 inches are hitting minnows fished in 47 to 52 feet of water off Oak Point. A few walleyes have been caught off the breakwall in Caseville. Duck hunting has been good, and flight birds are starting to arrive. Goose hunting, too, has been good. Most of the crops are still standing, and archery deer hunting has been slow.
Walsh Gun & Tackle, (989) 856-4465.

Port Huron

Walleye fishing is heating up on Lake Huron above the Blue Water Bridge. Anglers jigging with 1-pounce jigheads and plastic minnows report success. Steelhead fishing has been good in the St. Clair River. Anglers tight-lining with spoons are enjoying the most action. Archery deer season has been slow, and hunting pressure light. Waterfowl hunting has been good and will improve when migrants arrive.
Anderson’s Pro Bait, (810) 984-3232.

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