Harbor Beach MI Fishing Report — 07-23-2009

Lake Trout fishing is fair to good and are being taken in 90 to 100 feet of water straight out and North of the harbor, as well as out as deep as 145 feet of water using spoons or Dodgers with the green with white wing spin and glows fishing close to the bottom.  Also […]

Updated Linwood Walleye Report

Limits were still being caught but alot more work involved. Where last week you could do it in about half a day it took all day this weekend. Cold front and 4-5 foot waves on saturday afternoon didn’t help. Sunday didn’t fish because it was windy early, laid down later. As it was last week, […]

B.O.W. waterfowl workshop

The Department of Natural Resources  Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program is offering a Beyond BOW waterfowl workshop on Saturday, Sept. 26, at the Island Lake State Recreation Area in Brighton. The cost for the workshop is $45, which includes instruction, class materials and lunch. The workshop will begin at 9 a.m. with registration and safety […]

Tittabawassee River Report by Jeff Mielke

Fished July 21 2009 where the Tittabawassee and Saginaw River meet from the mouth to just past the first house on the right on the Tittabawassee River. Fished for 5 hours in the morning. Caught 3 Northern Pike (Size 35 inches, 30 inches, 27 inches) . Also caught 30 Small Mouth Bass (Size 1 to […]

Game plan versus Flexibility by Capt. Dan Manyen

  How many times have you heard it said by professional sportsmen of all types, “That we won or lost the competition by sticking to our game plan”. And indeed, there are many sound reasons for both making and sticking to a game plan, be it a professional prize fight or how one saves time […]

DNR Weekly Fishing Report for Saginaw Bay

Saginaw Bay – Catch rate were spotty but anglers are catching fish out near the Black Hole, the Shipping Channel, Callahan Reef, the Slot and the sailing buoys. Average catches were 2 to 3 fish per boat. On the windy days, those that stayed close to shore caught walleye in the lower Saginaw River from […]