Michigan DNR Fishing Report for March 27, 2019

Southwest Lower Peninsula

St. Joseph River
Is producing steelhead and suckers. Steelhead are moving quickly through the ladders, and good catches were reported below the Berrien Springs Dam. The camera at the fish ladder is up and running and can be viewed at https://paddleandpole.com/berrien-springs-fish-cam.

Black River
Was producing coho and steelhead. 

Kalamazoo River
Was producing a good number of steelhead. Try drifting beads, spawn or wobble glo’s.
Grand River at Grand Rapids
Is producing steelhead up near the 6th Street Dam. Suckers also have been caught. The ladders are open, and fish were on the move. 

Rogue River
Is producing steelhead.
Muskegon River
The number of steelhead continues to increase. Fish were found in the deeper holes.  At the mouth, fish were caught near the Veterans Park.

White River
Is producing some steelhead and suckers. Steelhead were caught closer to Hesperia. 

Northeast Lower Peninsula

Ocqueoc River
Anglers caught a couple steelhead. 

Thunder Bay River
Had steelhead and Atlantic salmon. 
Au Sable River
Steelhead and Atlantic salmon fishing has picked up in the lower river for those wading or boat fishing. 

Northwest Lower Peninsula

Betsie River
Steelhead fishing was hit or miss, as anglers had multiple catches one day and very few the next. 
Manistee River
Is producing fresh steelhead in the lower river.    
Pere Marquette River
Is producing steelhead.

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