Lets start fishing!
A full catch of fish at the Baraga County Lake Trout Festival
Baraga County, L'Anse
Update on Fishing Conditions
Baraga County Lake Trout Festival - June 13, 2015
Registrations are in the mail and available online at www.laketroutfestival.com. and Indian Country Sports
Rimfire Ammo In Stock
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2015 Fishing and Hunting Licenses are now for sale.
Spring is here! The ice is completely gone from both Keweenaw Bay and Huron Bay. The docks are in and conditions are good. If trolling for fish you will do well right now working the shallow water in less than 40 feet pulling bright colored stick baits and spoons. Those fishermen out bobbing or trolling are getting some good lake trout numbers. Warm weather is expected this weekend so enjoy!
All the rivers are wide open. The rivers at this point are low but there are still plenty of steelhead to come. A warm rain will raise the water levels improving conditions. Most of the snow has already melted in the upper elevations. Rivers will produce best with spawn, spinners, and some flies.
Smelt in small quantities have been seen in the Ravine River and the Falls River. Since Monday, March 27th the Rivine has had smelt. The Falls River started with smelt on April 30th. Hopefully they will run good in the Falls in next few days.Temperatures are close to perfect. The peepers (tree frogs) are croaking loudly so the smelt are sure to follow. Great signs of spring!
The Lake Trout Festival is fast approaching. Sign up early. We expect another great crowd.
Good luck and be safe!
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All your fishing and hunting needs can be found at Indian Country Sports. Stop in and see our selection of lures and equipment. The Ice Fishing Tee Pee's are for sale here on our website along with the Kabbu's for bobbing used for summer or winter! Go to the Special Orders tab at the top of the page. Also check our our closeouts on winter equipment!
Thanks Everyone. Be safe!