CHEF JEFF Trout Time
It's been a couple of years since I wet a line. It's not that I don't like to fish. I really do. It just seems that whenever the opportunity to fish has arisen the past few years, something has a... Posted on 6/11/09 at 2:11 AM
It’s been a strange spawning run for North Shore steelhead. The Lester River and Knife River each have had a couple of good days when water temperatures rose into the 40s, but cold water has made fishing generally slow.
ON WISCONSIN’S BRULE RIVER — Bruce Sederberg’s fly rod bent in a continuous arc and pulsed under the weight at the end of his line. Sederberg, of Duluth Township, had tied into several pounds of feisty steelhead at a slow bend in the Brule River somewhere downstream from Mays Ledges on Saturday morning.
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