Stream reports are around the corner

North Shore steelhead reports are just around the corner!

When the temps warm, the snow starts to dwindle, and the ice starts to thaw we know that the 2013 steelhead season is soon upon us. The air temperature today along the shore looks to hoover right around the freezing mark.  When was the last time you could say that?

Once the season gets under way and our guys are out on the water you can expect to see regular stream condition posts and fishing reports right here.  We also post creel information provided with the help of the MN DNR and their great staff. Our facebook page will have some great info too, but more of the specifics will be right here!

Please note that Minnesota steelheader is run by volunteers with families and day jobs.  We do our best to have information posted in a timely manner, but we ask that you cut us some slack if we are a bit behind from time to time.  We also encourage you to post any comments or additional facts and tips to share with others.  Constructive criticism is always welcome either here or by email. Bashing on the other hand is not.

For those of you new to this blog or to Minnesota Steelheader, we are a nonprofit organization driven by volunteers who share a common interest in improving our north shore steelhead fishery.  We believe that our steelhead fishery is more likely to improve and grow in awareness by informing and educating anglers.



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