Little Bay De Noc
Walleye anglers reported fair catches at the “Black Bottom” when trolling stick baits in 20 to 28 feet and off Kipling when trolling or jigging crawlers and stick baits in 14 to 30 feet between the First and Second Reefs. Perch fishing was fair around Butler Island with crawlers and minnows in 6 to 19 feet. Creel numbers were low, but some nice jumbo perch were caught. Salmon were seen near the mouth of the Escanaba River earlier this fall, but no catches were reported and there has been little fishing activity.
Manistique River: The fall run here has been better than expected. Very little in the way of coho and pink salmon but the steelhead, brown trout and Chinook numbers have been good. While brown trout have been caught since early spring, the steelhead just showed up last week. Most were fishing between the bridge and the lower dam while casting spawn, beads, crank baits or yarn. Last week ended strong and this week could be the peak so anglers should get out there or you could miss it.
Fishing charter groups of all ages are welcome to come!
Charter fish Big and Little Bays de Noc , Bay of Green Bay, and Lake Michigan for salmon, trout, and walleye, The time you spend charter fishing with your family, friends, and co-workers could prove to be some of the most rewarding moments you can share. My promise to you is that you will indeed have a pleasurable day of charter fishing with Delta Dawn Charters. The “catch” will be an added bonus!! I go where the fish are
Morning, afternoon or evening fishing charters are available for (Manistique , Gladstone , and Escanaba, Mi. in Delta and Schoolcraft counties) 7 days a week. Fishing charter (times are flexible)
For information pertaining to fish charters, please contact Bill Myers, your charter fishing captain at 1-906-396-4001