Knee Deep in Pink Salmon on the St. Mary's River

While waiting for the arrival of chinooks, anglers cast ‘green weenies” and soft-hackle bead-head flies to pink salmon in the famed runs of the St. Mary’s. “In 1938, noted fisherman Ray Bergman gave the St. Marys legendary status in his classic book, Trout. He wrote about the fabulous steelhead fishing in the rapids, which in those days were virtually uncontrolled and were fished from a canoe with an Indian guide who was an expert whitewater paddler.” Eric Sharp in the Detroit Free Press.

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