Ryan Edenborough, provides some Lake Huron, ON tributary fishing reports.

Posted on November 2nd, 2011

I have no time to watch “Mr. Rogers” when there are Steelhead running in my neighbourhood !
What a fantastic couple of days on the Huron tributaries last week.  Steelhead, good friends, fabulous weather, beautifull fall colours and did I mention the Steelhead ?  Jody Rank and I caught and released several fall migrating Rainbows in the 5 to 10 lb range.  Float fishing roe and plastic pink worms with small # 10 Gamagatsu hooks seemed to do the trick today.  The day before, we had tougher conditions due to the recent heavy rain fall causing muddy and swollen rivers.  Fortunatly for us mother nature gave us a 3 day break from the wet stuff, which dropped water levels to a more fishable condition, therefore allowing us to give quite a few Steelhead some free lip pearcings !  But don’t worry folks.  We kissed them to make it better and they are still swimming waiting for you to test your skills with them ! 

If your would like to book a guided trip for some of these hard fighting migrating gems, then don’t hesitate to send me an e-mail at troutski79@yahoo.ca or come on up and visit me at Red Pine Wilderness Lodge this summer for some fantastic Trophy Walleye and Smallmouth Bass action !
See you on the water.

Ryan Edenborough.

Ryan Edenborough on the bank of a Lake Huron, ON - tributary stream
Ryan Edenborough with a magnificent looking fall Steelhead!

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