Has good steelhead fishing for those drifting eggs, nymphs or streamers. A few were hitting on spawn but most were taken by those fly fishing.
Has steelhead however low water levels continue to challenge anglers. Try back bouncing or drifting spawn and flies across the deeper holes. Some are using bright colored spoons or yarn.
Low water levels continue to challenge steelhead anglers. Fish are being caught in the deeper holes. Most are drifting spawn or flies.
Water levels were low and clear and could stay that way for a while. The low and clear water conditions require light leaders especially if fish are on the gravel. For now, try fishing the deeper holes.
Water levels were low and clear. The remaining salmon are dark. Fresh steelhead continue to enter the river. Some nice steelhead and brown trout have been caught.
Rain did push steelhead up into the river. Most fish were caught on spawn. Those looking for salmon will still find a few fish however they are almost done spawning so they are not hitting anything.
Did not get as much rain as the rivers north of Cadillac but anglers should still find some steelhead.
Salmon have been caught throughout the river, but the fish are turning dark. Steelhead action has picked up as more fish move in.
Salmon have been caught throughout the river, but the fish are moving slower this year. Some nice brown trout were caught.
Had good fishing in the lower stretches however there were not many fish in the flies-only section.
Pere Marquette Lake is currently producing chinook salmon.
Salmon are in the river however movement has been slow due to the low water levels.
Salmon are in the river however the better fishing may still be in the lower stretches until we get more rain and the water temperatures cool.
Salmon are in the river however the better fishing may still be in the lower stretches.
The salmon run is just getting started. Anglers fishing the lower river have started to catch chinook. Skein and body baits are the ticket.