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Kalamazoo Area Fishing Report








Weekly Fishing Report - September 19, 2014


Pan fishermen are reporting catching perch in 25 feet of water out on Little Paw Paw Lake with some bluegill in 15 to 18 feet of water. Red worms and wigglers are taking those fish.

Crappie fishing has been picking up on some of our local lakes. Cedar Lake, Maple Lake and Gull Lake are all reporting good action. Minnows and Strike King Bitsy Minnows are getting some specks up to 14 inches.

Boats trolling out of South Haven are getting salmon on J-Plugs and flies in 85 to 105 feet of water. Pier fishermen are also catching fish in South Haven. Steelhead, salmon and a few lake trout are coming around the pier heads. Glow spoons, Oslo Spinners and shrimp under a bobber are hooking those fish.

In the Kalamazoo River below the Allegan Dam a fresh run of coho salmon are showing up. Anglers at the dam are also catching some brown trout. The king salmon that are in the river are already getting dark. Spawn, spoons, spinners and flies are taking fish. Anglers fishing the Black River in the evenings are catching walleyes on Reef Runners and Storm Thundersticks. A 7-pounder was landed this week.

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