Wednesday Night Fishing- June 27th @ 6:30 pm This wednesday night we will be fishing on the St. Joseph River at Kamm’s Island in Mishawaka, IN. The best place to park is at Immigrant Park (Ironworks) on the south side of the river west of Main St. DIRECTIONS: Main St. to front St. (south side Read more about Wednesday Night Fishing-June 27th @ 6:30 pm[…]
Wednesday Night Fishing- June 20th@ 6:30 P.M. Given the temps outside, I think it would be a good idea to let the trout streams rest. So, lets go smallie fishing. This week we will be a Cummins Park in Bristol In. to fish the St. Joseph River. Parking is behind the museum in Bristol. Directions: From Read more about Wednesday Night Fishing- June 20th, 2012 @ 6:30 pm[…]
Wednesday Night Fishing- June 13th @ 6:30 P.M. We have not been to Pinhook Park this season. Hey, I have an idea, why not go to Pinhook Park and fish on St. Joe River in South Bend. I unfortunately will not be able to join you this week as I will be in Grayling fishing on the Read more about Wednesday Night Fishing- June 13th, 2012 @6:30pm[…]
On Saturday June 16th, 2012 starting about 9 am – The Little Elkhart River Chapter of Trout Unlimited (LECTU) in conjunction with the SJRVFF is planning a fish habitat restoration project on the Little Elkhart River at CR. 43 just southeast of Middlebury in Elkhart County. The project will involve cutting, moving, cabling and placing trees in-stream Read more about June 16 Stream Clean Up[…]
PLEASE NOTE THE TIME CHANGE. This weeks Wednesday Night Fishing will be at Bill Westrate’s property on Dowagiac Creek from 6:30 P.M. to ? It is staying lighter longer so we can afford to start a little later. Bill Westrate’s address is 21406 McKinzie St, Cassopolis, MI. (map)
You will need Brown Drakes, emergers, duns and spinners. There are still some Sulphurs around you will need spinners.
From downtown Cassopolis, MI. take M-60 East to Decatur Rd. Turn left (north) on Decatur Rd and take to McKinzie Rd. Turn Left (West) on McKinzie Rd. Take McKinzie approximately 1/2 mile to where it crosses the Dowagiac Creek. Parking is on the west side of the creek and on the north side of the road.