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Discussion in 'North West Michigan Streams and Rivers' started by longline69, Jul 22, 2020.
I will be on private property so I dont really care. Plus there's so many rivers "over dere" so it shouldn't be to hard to spread out
The last time I fished at Homestead dam was probably around 1990. It was a crowded circus back then too.
I've never felt the need to go back. Plenty of other rivers in the peninsula.
Yeah there are plenty of diamonds in the rough no need to battle fish no more lol
just ask ausable steelhead
Well, I'm suspecting the DNR will shut it down if these goof balls don't practice social distancing, then again, by the looks of some of them they should have practiced social distancing a long time ago, if you know what I mean.
You mean like sharing a bed with their cousin?
Yep, I can assure you it sure wasn't with a dentist.
yes what crap show it has become.been fishing that river about 38yrs now it seems to get worse each year.the bestie that is,seems people don't care about the land with all the garbage I see and rather fight each other for a spot close to dam.a lot of river to walk and find a spot,only go to dam to with the **** show
I'm super glad to see these new regulations. I hope the DNR will do some type of media release to get the word out sooner rather than later.
3.5 weeks and counting.. come on silver season
Now thats possitive thinking
I'm gonna have more time this year to fish for cohos.. cant wait
Last year i saw more coho and steelhead in a non unmentionable than ever before but only landed one coho hope we get another shot at them
I had huge pods swimming around almost every day. I had my coho limit in 20 mins one day lol. That was so much fun, cant wait for cold weather and the tug of silver fish!