ARE FORCED TO FISH PRESQUE ISLE BAY IT'S FREE
NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED
Short Notice Trips Are Permitted Call me if I'm open we'll go fishin'
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Only
Steelhead is 5 hours of fishing starting at sunrise and starts in late September or when they move up stream and good numbers stay in the creeks, some years are earlier than others. My Steelhead fishing will
end usually by the end of March, when I see the number of fish in the creeks diminished.
At the beginning of Steelhead season I want to be stream side at least half hour before
the scheduled sunrise, early on the fish are not spread up the creek very far and we have
a lot of other anglers competing for the same space. As the season moves into the
colder months that start time can be move back a little. If weather or creek conditions
force us to modify our day the rate will be adjusted accordingly. For Steelhead fishing
I prefer to only take 1 or 2 anglers but I will take 3, with 3 anglers it is difficult for me to
give the personalized attention that I want to give each of my customers. If at the end of
the day you decided to keep some of your catch I do have an area to fillet them.
Presque isle bay
Presque Isle Bay is 5 hours of fishing for Bass and/or Bluegills from April thru June, either wading the back
bays or from piers and docks. We can be flexible with the start time and we can customize
the day for each anglers needs. High water the last couple of years has greatly reduced
the areas I'm able to wade in, do to that I am not charging anything at this time. The
same goes for Steelhead in the bay, witch is an option only if both the creeks and the
lake are not fishable. I have had some luck in the bay for Steelhead in the past, just not
all that consistent the past few years.
Winter Steelhead is after everything is for the most part frozen over and we get a short thaw or spike in the temperature.
Winter Steelhead fishing availability and the total time spent fishing is totally dependent on your ability to deal with the air temperature and the wind chill factor and the availability of open water.