September 2013 Fishing Report

Fishing Report 9/15/13:  We’re changing hats here in the Northwoods.  It is time to take off the Smallmouth hat and put on the Musky hat.  For the last couple of months or so, we have had good, if not great, bass fishing.  Heavy rains and strange flows in the rivers have made for some challenging…

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Fishing Reports – March to May, 2010

2010 Fishing Reports from Hayward Fly Fishing Company! Fishing report 5/25/10 Well, it finally got warm and so did the Namekagon. Yesterday’s water temperature North of Seeley exceeded 80 degrees and only cooled off overnight to 70. Trout fishing will be tough from here on out. Bass fishing has been very good and the conditions…

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Fishing Reports – 2011

2011 Fishing Reports from Hayward Fly Fishing Company! Fishing Report 12/17/2011 Fall musky fishing was super! October and November produced some banner days in terms of the numbers of fished encountered and boated! It is a great time of the year to pursue muskies with big flies. 2011 yielded another season’s worth of great memories.…

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Fishing Reports – 2009

2009 Fishing Reports from Hayward Fly Fishing Company! End of Season Report 2009 Our fly fishing season has ended for 2009, but it didn’t go quietly. November’s weather was very cooperative and we got to fish right to the end of the musky season, November 30. October’s weather was more like a normal November, but…

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Fishing Report – May 29, 2012

This version of a fishing report is actually more of a water report. Last week we got 6 inches of rain here locally and the rivers are very swollen and out of shape. Trout fishing on the Namekagon remains good, but the water level makes for very challenging wading. Brown Drakes, March Browns, Sulphurs, and…

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Fishing Report – May 22, 2012

May 19th put the trout on notice that Summer is just around the corner. After a few days of no rain, coupled with hot temperatures, the water temperature in the upper Namekagon reached 70+ degrees. Thankfully, we got some rain and the water temps slipped back into the 60’s. We had a BIG brown drake…

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