Locations ranging from the Tahquamenon River to Lake Superior
FISHING LAKE SUPERIOR
Lake Superior is the largest of the Great Lakes, and is the coldest and deepest (1,332 feet) of the Great Lakes, with an average depth approaching 500 feet.
This is the perfect environment for Salmon to thrive.
The salmon fishing is unparalleled. Chinook salmon, coho and pink salmon are all abundant in Lake Superior. Pink salmon were actually first introduced into Lake Superior and have now spread to all the other great lakes. Water flows into the lake from many small rivers and streams providing shore anglers with countless opportunities to tackle these aggressive fish.
Trout fishing in Lake Superior is phenomenal! Amoung the most common species are the Rainbow Trout or Steelhead, Brown Trout and Lake Trout.
Both having grown up in the EUP (Eastern Upper Peninsula), we’ve been fishing the waters of Lake Superior for over 30 years. Out of all the places we've fished, we have decided to call the EUP our home.
From catching walleye, perch, pike and musky on inland water to salmon, lake trout, rainbow and brown trout on Lake Superior this area has it all.
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Greg & Shelby