On Lake Ontario, lake trout fishing has been more consistent and fish are being taken near bottom in 150 to 200 foot of water.
Rain and cool weather putting a bit of a damper on the fishing. But good reports on the Great Lakes, particularly for salmon.
In the lake, the headline act is the Chinook salmon, the “king” of the water.
Trout ponds starting to see a lot of angling pressure. And get ready for bass fishing.
The good news is that anyone who would like to do some kind of fishing will find something to suit their interests throughout the state.
In search of salmon and lake trout. No real reports on trout yet, but stream action should be picking up.
Using planer boards can get you into some nice fish.
The Detroit River continues to impress, with limit catches of walleye becoming more the norm this week throughout the river as temperatures reach into the low 40’s. Anglers are vertical jigging plastics with or without
In streams and rivers, a great way to fish salmon eggs is using the simple drift-and-drop approach. You make a cast into flowing water and follow the drift with your rod tip.