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Algoma in June

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Pretty quiet in here. I figured I'd get something going.

Headed to Algoma in mid June and was wondering how the fishin typically is for that time of year. For anyone thats fished out of there that time of year, what has your experience been like...Types of Salmon, Size, Numbers caught, any other info?

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Thats about the time they start hitting but it's been getting earlier every year. The last 3 years i've been picking up good numbers of 10-15# fish in mid-late June. There is usually not as much boat traffic as in July/Aug too which is a great thing. Good luck to you. First i need to get on some gills and then I'll be out there chasing salmon too.

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It really depends on the water temps. If you get warmer water temps in June the salmon will be going pretty well if it stays cool like last year then it is mainly a steelhead bite with an occassional brown or king thrown into the mix. I have seen years where the salmon are on a tear by mid june but the water temps were in the mid 50's then as well.

Tunrevir~

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we'll be fishing in kewaunne buy then. last year it was cold water. the fish where in the top of the water'most of where steelie's. and found coho's to. hop this year is a little better. good luck fishing! we will be out there every weekend starting now till nov. 1st. i'llkeep posting on kewaunne.

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Thanks for the replies guys. Fish Addict I'll look Forward to your reports.

Whats the average size steelhead that time of year?

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most fish are around 8 pounds, sometimes you'll find fish that are 10 to 15 range. almost all come off the board's,with small spoon's. and most important is water temp. find the brake's.

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