For the Love of Fishing

Salmon run to start soon.

September 12, 2014
Salmon run to start soon.

For the Love of Fishing is written by Sean McDonald and brought to you by Dreamweaver Lures, www.dreamweaverlures.com. For the last part of August and the first part of September this year we had warm water from the surface of about 68 degrees and the temperature was about 64 degrees 80 feet down. This warmer water mass slowed kings from…

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The kings are coming

August 21, 2014
The kings are coming

For the Love of Fishing is written by Sean McDonald and brought to you by Dreamweaver Lures, www.dreamweaverlures.com. We continue to see more adult king salmon showing up in our area of Lake Michigan. The kings are still very chrome from living in cold water all summer. They have finally began staging in closer to normal numbers from Manistee to…

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Lake Michigan temps not normal for fishing this time of year

August 7, 2014
Lake Michigan temps not normal for fishing this time of year

For the Love of Fishing is written by Sean McDonald and brought to you by Dreamweaver Lures, www.dreamweaverlures.com. Lake Michigan has been cold for the last week in our area, in fact for the whole summer. We have been dealing with conditions that are not our normal August. If things were normal we would have about 70 degree water on…

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Ludington Offshore Classic this weekend

July 16, 2014
Ludington Offshore Classic this weekend

For the Love of Fishing. A blog by Sean McDonald. It is that special time of the year again for big lake fishermen in Ludington. Many fishermen look forward to this weekend all year. The Offshore Classic is taking place this weekend in Ludington. The Tournament Trail and the Ludington & Scottville Area Chamber of Commerce host the event, which…

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The kings have moved; bait fish scattered

July 6, 2014
The kings have moved; bait fish scattered

For the Love of Fishing. A blog by Sean McDonald. The bait fish have scattered in the Ludington area. The good number of kings we were catching in 70-120 foot of water have moved. It should be a few weeks before our larger kings begin to stage in our area in those depths. Our best catch rates in the last…

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