Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Milwaukee River Salmon Fishing Conditions : 9/22/2009

A storm surged over Milwaukee County today, pushing up the flow of the Milwaukee river to perfect heights to allow salmon to pass upstream. The storm came from the South-West and missed Racine and Kenosha for the most part.

The river peaked just recently above 350 cubic feet per second, and if we don't get any more rain I expect it should be back down to around 150 cf/s by friday. Perfect fall salmon fishing conditions.

Get out your spawn sacs, woolly buggers, and egg sucking leeches. It's time to do some King Salmon fishing in Milwaukee.

I'll be on the river Saturday and Sunday, I hope to see you out there.

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