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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON April 15 - 0 COMMENTS
Mouth of Montreal blown out today
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The Mouth of the Montreal is over the banks today.  Due to the warming trend and the last of the snow melting.  The river is about 2 feet higher than Wed. Apr. 13th.  What a difference 2 days can make.  The Wild Rivers Chapter held an outing on Wednesday afternoon and water levels were great.   [ READ MORE... ]
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON March 27 - 0 COMMENTS
Montreal River Mouth
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Mouth of the Montreal River levels are great for fishing. I walked down the hill today to check out the water levels. I found this interesting rock formation along the lake bank. Checking with one fisherman he said his buddies landed 2 browns and one coaster brookie last week.
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Today was a balmy 52 degrees and I threw my switch rod into the pickup and drove from Hurley to Saxon.  I had waders, snowshoes and muck boots because I wasn't sure what I would find.  Well as you can see the pools are still frozen and the trail down to the river mouth is dangerously icy.  Keep [ READ MORE... ]
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I was fishing the Mouth of the Montreal on Thursday, Dec. 10th.  I caught a 21 inch brown on a white tongue depressor.  While there I only saw one other fish porpoising.  There are coho's and browns coming in from Lake Superior this time of the year.
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Having visited the Mouth of the Montreal River several times in the month of October, Coho's are still plentiful below the falls.  Though not a lot of Coho's have been caught, there usually are a handful being landed everyday.
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON October 19 - 0 COMMENTS
Lake Run Browns
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I headed to the Mouth of the Montreal River this morning, which is just east of Saxon Harbor.  The river mouth is open all year.  Salmon and brown trout inhabit the river this time of the year.  I did not have any luck this morning, but one fisherman caught about a 4-5 lb brown today.  The [ READ MORE... ]
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON September 24 - 0 COMMENTS
Rainbows on Weber Lake
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Rainbows were hitting the Adams dry fly tonight on Weber Lake.  I have been heading out after supper with my kayak for an hour or two before sunset.  Weber is usually a callm lake because it sits below Whitecap Mountain.  I also caught bluegills & crappies, so you never know until you set the [ READ MORE... ]
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On a windy and warm Saturday Aug. 22nd.  20 volunteers cleaned up a section of the East Branch of the Montreal River.  This stream is the boundary between Wisconsin and Michigan in Iron County.  It flows between the cities of Ironwood and Hurley.  The target area was between the Norrie Spillway and [ READ MORE... ]
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON July 29 - 0 COMMENTS
Hot Weather
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The daily temperature has been over 80 degrees for the past week and the trout streams are reaching 70 degrees as well.  Give the trout a break if you are on a stream that is over 70.
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fishing_report BY rtraczyk ON March 31 - 0 COMMENTS
Ice is leaving Saxon Harbor
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Today, March 31, 2015, I checked out Saxon Harbor and the ice is out of the bay.  There is ice in the boat mooring areas of the harbor and one should be careful to make sure you can return safely to the launch without being blocked by the ice.  Tomorrow the temp should be around 60 and this might [ READ MORE... ]
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