T.E.'s River Journal

NBOC Fishing Report

Sept. 23, 2011

A change of seasons

Fall is here in Northern Michigan. You canít help but notice the beautiful color changes on the trees to the vibrant colors on the brook trout. With so many things going on in the fall, you can sometimes have the river to yourself.

With cloudy days being best, blue winged olives, flying ants and a few isoís and white flies are still bringing fish to the surface. Streamer fishing is starting to pick up.

This years salmon run on the Betise continues to be one of the best in a long time, kings and coho continue to come into the river.

If the size of these fish this year is any indication of more baitfish in Lake Michigan, it is going to be interesting to see what the steelhead are like this year! It wonít be long before those chrome torpedoes start showing up in the river! Our guides have some open dates in October. If youíre interested in a trip, give us a call! Itís a great time to be on the river.

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Look forward to seeing you on the North Branch!

Capt. Chris Lessway

TE's Guide Service LLC.
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