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FISHING CONDITIONS ON LAKES CADILLAC AND MITCHELL

FROM PILGRIM VILLAGE FISHING SHOP

MONDAY, MAY 18, 2015

 

 

A little damp but a great weekend.  Most Fishermen and Mushroom Hunters all did well.

In last weeks Fish Report it stated that if you catch a fish that qualifies for Michigan's Master Angler Award we would help with the application, photograph your catch and mail it in for you.

This week fishing and catching came together.  Six fish that should qualify for the program were brought in.

      Cecel Booth                  14" Bullhead                Lake Cadillac

   Andrew Ditmars            14 1/2" Bullhead        Lake Cadillac

   Manny Fountain            14" Crappie               Lake Mitchell

           Daniel A. Smith              40 1/4" Northern Pike      Lake Cadillac

            Lily Brooks                   22" Red Horse Sucker      Manistee River

            Marissa Brooks            24" Red Horse Sucker      Manistee River

Fishing their Annual Pike Tounament among friends, Daniel Smith caught the Fish of the Week.  His caught, the largest ever by the group measured 40 1/4 inchs.  We do not know the weight.  The fish measured, had a picture taken and released.  Catch and Release isn't only for Bass.

A great group of guys who caught plenty of pike and other species.  They traditionaly keep a few just legel for a fish fry and release the rest.  They are welcome anytime.

Fishing for panfish Manny Fountain caught a Master Angler

size 14" Black Crappie while drifting on Lake Mitchell.

 

 

           A Lake Cadillac Master Angler Bullhead made the        Marissa Brooks enjoys Sucker fishing on the Manistee

           for Cecel Booth.  Her and Her husband fish our lakes      River every Spring.  This trip she landed a 24" Master

           often.                                                                             Angler Red Horse.

 

Morel Hunters have to change their eye.  The Black Morels for the most part are over.  Now the grays and yellows are up.  There's enough moisture in the woods and evening temperatures are just right.  Because of their size, many enjoy finding the yellows.  It doesn't take as many to make a pound.

 

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bucsfishingreport.com

Buc's Fishing Report

 

Michigan's Hooks and Bullets Magazine at

www.hooksandbullets.com

 

For BBT Tournament standings go to

www.bbtbass.com

 

For The Tear Drop Bass Tournament standings go to

www.teardropbass.com

 

 

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