06-17-2014 UP Northern Lake Michigan

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  Port Captain Bill Myers from Deltadawn Charters Reports from Gladstone The morning started out with a bang; thunder and lightning that is -with northeast winds at 5-10mph to boot. Luckily for us, the front passed and we set sail out of Gladstone harbor into the beautiful Bays de Noc. This was the second charter for the Harker family and the Delta Dawn. The first time out we went salmon fishing and mom and dad had to catch all the fish as the kids where to small to handle the salmon. So this morning, for our second adventure, we went walleye fishing and it was all up to the boys to bring in the days limit. Their face's said it all as soon as we got the lines in the water. It made me wonder just who got caught the fish or kids? After a beautiful mornings fishing, we ended up with 4 walleye in the box. We lost 4 and threw back 3 more, plus 3 bass. Unfortunately, the rain came back we called it a day. The boys wanted to stay but mom and dad said "no another time". … [Read more...]

05-25-2014 Upper Peninsula

Captain Bill Myers from Deltadawn Charters Reports from Gladstone: > May 25 2014 Walleye Charter They didn't come fast,had to work for them > Found them in 15 to 20 feet of water > Water temp 55 degree > South winds 10 to 15 and sunny > Put 8 in the box and lost few more > All in all had a great day on the water > Capt. Bill and long time charter friends the Frankensteins … [Read more...]

07-07-2013 UP Lake Huron

Captain Jim Shutt from Dream-Seaker Charters reports from the UP: Please print this fish report for the northern Lake Huron area near Hessel. The fishing around here has steadily increased. There have been more Atlantic salmon caught this spring than in previous seasons. White spin doctors with green or white flies have produced well in the top thirty feet of water, when ran fifty to seventy five behind the ball. Orange and gold Rapalas, along with perch Rapalas have also done well with these fish, and the Steel Head trout. Kings are coming in the eight to twelve pound range on chrome and green, pearl white, and green with gold back spoons. Nice size Lake Trout have been caught on meat rigs, along with white and green spoons in one hundred to one hundred twenty feet of water, within ten to twenty feet of the bottom. Perch fishing has been slow, but good size perch are being caught on minnows, and night crawlers. Northern Pike are doing better this season with many pike … [Read more...]