Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Milwaukee Area Salmon Fishing Report : October 2009

Milwaukee River : high numbers of King Salmon are now in the river, they can be found in deeper holes and gravel beds all the way up to the falls at Kletzsch park. Classic salmon and Steelhead flies are taking the most fish. A few beautiful silver Steelhead are in the river as well. A stray Lake Trout was caught recently as well.

Milwaukee Harbor : Some Kings and Browns have been taken in early morning and later at night on glow spoons and crank baits. The better bite has moved into the river.

Menomonee River : Some salmon have moved their way in past Miller Park, but fishing remains best in the Milwaukee River.

Oak Creek : Oak creek is chalk full of fish. The pool below the falls may have more than 100 salmon and Steelhead holding in it. Each rainfall and spike in CFS will bring dozens of new fish into the creek. This fishery should not be overlooked.

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