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Lake Superior / Munising Salmon?
« on: September 05, 2006, 03:22:45 PM »
Has anyone been fishing Munising for salmon lately?  I know the coho start to move in to the bay this time of year and I was hoping somebody would have a report(good or bad).  With the price of traveling these days it would be nice to get some sort of a report before trailering my boat down there.  I would like to give Munising a try a couple of times before the boat goes into storage in a few weeks.  Thanks in advance. :)

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Lake Superior / SSFA link?
« on: August 23, 2006, 02:40:23 PM »
Hey Jeff or Brett, do you think we can get the South Shore Fishing Associations web site linked up to UPangler?  I think it would help the group out alot for easy access for potential members.  It would also help out people trying to find  info throughout the year. Just a thought! 
Thanks......Brad


198
Lake Superior / Tournament Trail in Grand Marias!!
« on: July 18, 2006, 11:37:32 AM »
How many of you are fishing in the Tournament Trail event in Grand Marias on Aug. 5th and 6th?  Many of you may not even know about it!  Check them out at www.tournamenttrail.net.  They are run very, very well and are the closest thing to the "Big Time" in the salmon and trout world.  I'll be there!  You should be there, too!
 :thumbup:
Brad

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Lake Michigan / Cedar River report!
« on: July 03, 2006, 06:39:34 PM »
   Well, we fished Cedar River sunday evening and monday morning.  On sunday went 2 for 4, both fish being in the 11-12 lb range. We fished from about 5:30 to 9:30.  Marked lots of fish towards dark but left a little before dark to get in to tend to our 2 week old girl on shore with my sister at the hotel.  On monday, we went 3 for 4.  We got the line in about 5:45 (late I know, about 4:30 would be better) and mark alot of fish for the first 2 hours and boated all 3 fish before 7:30.  2 fish were 12 & 13 lbs and the other was 3lbs.  5 out of the 8 hit were either on dodger/fly or dodger/meat combos.  I thinks running a few of the combos at a time, is why we did better then most in Cedar River over the weekend.  The launch is great & FREE, lodging and camping are available and the fishing is good and only gonna get better.  Also the most boats we saw at one time was 6, from one horizon to the next.  All and all a great time, we'll be back soon!

Brad   :thumbup: 

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Lake Michigan / Lake Michigan?
« on: June 24, 2006, 10:28:11 PM »
How was Lake Michigan this weekend, boys?  Just wondering how everybody did down in Fairport or other hotspots in Lake Michigan.  Was it  :swear: or was it  :woohoo:?


Brad

201
Lake Superior / Marquette on Sat. (6/24)
« on: June 23, 2006, 10:49:42 AM »
   Who is all fishing out of Marquette on Saturday?  I'm sure there are a few guys heading south to Lake Michigan but hopefully there will be a few guys here in Mqt fishin'.  I'm gonna head down east to catch some grease with my dad and 7 year old nephew.  Who know what else we may catch, hopefully a nice bonus fish of some sort.

Brad

202
Lake Michigan / Cedar River, Manistique and Fairport!
« on: June 20, 2006, 11:47:31 PM »
   Well it sounds like a few guys have been down giving Fairport a try.  Great posts Randy, the info is VERY much appreciated!  Has anybody tried or heard anything about Manistique or Cedar River.  These are both real good ports and take less time and gas to get to.  Not much but enough to add up over a season of chasing salmon.  The marina is great in Cedar River and there is some lodging available.  I think if enough guys went there we'd have a great time.  If anyone hears anything from these ports PLEASE post the info.  Thanks!!     :beer:

Brad

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Lake Superior / Tournament Trail in the U.P.
« on: June 07, 2006, 08:58:13 AM »
If any of you know what the Tournament Trail is all about then you'll be as excited as I am to know they are having any event in Grand Marais.  Its Aug.5-6, 2006.  Lets try to get as many boats there as possible to show them that the U.P. is a great place to have an event.  I got an e-mail from Fred (tournament director) saying they planned it to late to get it in the magazine but they are really hoping it will get a good showing.  He asked me if I could help him promote it up here to make it a success.  So thats why I'm posting on here, to try to let everybody know about it!   He also said, its kind of an experimental event for the U.P.  I know its not the best place to experiment in the U.P. but if it gets a good turnout they will look to have more up here in other locations.  For those of you who are unfamilier with the Tournament Trail, its the salmon worlds equalivilant to the biggest Bass & Walleye events around.  If salmon tournaments are ever going to be as big as those are (T.V. coverage, major sponcers, etc.)  this is the circuit its going to happen with.   If you have never fish a Tournament Trail event before, here is your opportunity.  Granted most of the "Big Guys" won't be there like they would be downstate, its still a great chance to get a little taste of what its all about.  I fished 1 event last year and am planning on 3 events this year.  We should do everything possible to make it happen in the U.P. at least once a year.  Check them out at www.tournamenttrail.net

Brad    :woohoo:

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