Fishing Report 9-24-10

North Shore Pink Salmon Report

The pink salmon run on the lower North Shore Rivers has peaked and the number of fish entering is on the decline. On Monday, 15 pink salmon were caught at the Knife River trap and by Wednesday, only 5 were in the trap. Anglers report they can still see them in the river; however, it appears the peak of the run on the Lower Shore has passed. Lake surface water temperatures were in the mid 50s.

The upper shore rivers are still showing some decent numbers of Pink salmon in several of the rivers.  Good numbers of Pink salmon were visible in the Temperance, Cascade and Brule rivers.

Some info provided by the MN DNR

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