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Heading up to pictured rocks next week for 4 days, never been up there before but wouldnt mind wetting a line while im up there. Any information on Brookies is appreciated trying to get my gal her first one! Also are there any coho in the creeks and rivers this time of year up there?

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Tyler


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Just about any stream up that way that looks half way trouty will have brookies of one size or another. Grab a compass, a dozen crawlers and a creel, park at a likely stream crossing on public land and head up or down stream for ten minutes or so before wetting a line. Almost guaranteed a limit of eaters this time of year if you can find a couple holes or deep undercuts. If you find a beaver pond move on by. The trout will likely be just too easy!

As far as coho this time of year, it would be very rare to find one starting its spawning run. They do catch a few splake off the fishing dock in Munising this time of year but they are mostly smaller fish. Good Luck. FM
 

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Rent a pontoon boat to tour the rocks if you can. You can stop for a picnic at a remote beach and have some extra fun she'll remember forever. Nothing beats seeing pictures rocks from a pontoon boat either.

Crawler under a bobber works great for the brookies...
 
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