November 8, 2018
Carolyn from Anglers All reports: If the weather cooperates and if you haven't put your boat away for winter, fishing is still good when anglers are able to get out and the wind isn't bad. Smallies, Brown Trout, Coho's, Splake and Rainbows are biting! Stream Fishing has been productive for Salmon and Trout. *note, Lake Superior Tributary Stream fishing CLOSES on November 15. It's time to get your gear together for the upcoming ice fishing season.
Scott Bretting from River Rock reports: Salmon Fishing is still good in the Streams right now. Bass fishing continues to be good with anglers having good success using sucker minnows. The Bass are deeper in that 14 - 18 ft. Bass anglers are still coming in to fish! Anglers are using sucker minnows and deeper diving shad raps. Late-Fall fishing is fantastic for Browns and Salmon. Trolling has been good near shore. Hot colors of orange and gold in stickbaits have been productive. It's time to get your boats winterized and start thinking about ice fishing gear. Use caution and be safe. The cold temps may produce thin ice but always think safe and call ahead for an updated report. Bow Hunters have had good success. We are in the middle of the rut right now. It seems to be a good Partridge season now that the leaves are off the trees. There are a lot of turkeys around. It's the first fall you can buy a turkey license over the counter. Opening day of deer hunting is November 17th. We should have some snow cover this year.