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So far Lisa Froning has created 9 blog entries.

Septmeber 14, 2020

It’s that time of year in Manistee County where our adult King Salmon have migrated into our river systems and are being caught in good numbers. Preferred methods this time of year are floating skein [...]

August 10, 2020

Fishing remains good outside Onekama and Arcadia. Lake trout fishing is still very good and most being caught close to bottom in 80-110 FOW. Some kings are being caught on the shelf with any thing [...]

August 10, 2020

As of today good numbers of kings are being caught south of the peir heads along with good numbers of steelhead, Coho, and some lake trout. Riverside flies behind 8 inch spin doctors have been [...]

July 30, 2020

Lake trout fishing out of the port of onekama And Arcadia remains stellar with numbers of fish and size. A few kings have also been caught out side of Arcadia on spoons, Flies, and meat [...]

July 30, 2020

Fishing out of the port of Manistee has been spotty but water temps are starting to set up nicely with a lot of bait so it shouldn’t be too long till the Kings arrive in [...]

July 13, 2020

Fishing from Manistee-Arcadia has been the same out of each port. As fast as the Kings showed up they have left. We had fantastic Salmon fishing for about 5 days and as the weekend showed [...]

July 6, 2020

Kings are starting to up in Manistee, Onekama, and Arcadia on the shelf. We have had very consistent and warm weather over the past week which has set up a good temperature and good fishing. [...]

June 29, 2020

As the 4th of July weekend approaches and a great turn out for the Budweiser classic tournament comes to an end we come to you with this report. Manistee, Onekama, and Arcadia are all on the same programs [...]

June 15, 2020

Fishing in Manistee County has been spectacular as of late if you’re looking to target Lake trout. From Manistee all the way to Arcadia Lake Trout are being caught in various depths on the shelf. [...]