Michigan Fishing Reports

South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – August 15th, 2014

Susquehanna River — Through July 26, Koinonia Guide Service reported numbers of channel catfish up to 24-plus inches, and flatheads up to 41.75 inches long. The big flathead hit on live bait and the channels were released on fiber bait. White flies began hatching in mid-July and typically run through early August on the lower river, particularly just before and…

Southern Wisconsin Fishing Report – July 11th, 2014

LAKE MICHIGAN/METRO AREA LAKES Surface water temperatures on area lakes were reported to be in the 70s. Bluegill fishing was best in 12 to 18 feet of water near sand and gravel areas adjacent to weeds, especially for larger fish. Smaller bluegills were found in shallower water around weeds and piers. A slip-bobber rig or vertical jigging is the best…

Upper Peninsula Fishing Report – June 6th, 2014

Pickford Area Walleye fishing has been pretty good in Munuscong Bay. Crawler harnesses and jigs tipped with crawlers are both producing good results. Perch fishing has been good at Cedarville and Hessel on Lake Huron. Anglers are catching good numbers of fish off the docks. Wilderness Treasures, (906) 647-4002. Drummond Island Area Walleye fishing has warmed up in Maxton and…

South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – May 23rd, 2014

Little Juniata River (Huntingdon County) — Near-perfect flow and water in the 50s were reported May 10. TCO Fly Shop said sulphurs were spotted along with tan caddis and craneflies. Grannoms were past their prime but still evident May 10. Olive green caddis nymphs and Slumpbusters (4-8) were productive. So, too, were the dry dropper technique with small nymphs and…