Monthly Archives: September 2016

Learn How To Cure Skein Ontario Style

By: Bojan Zivkovic Now that we are at the tail end of the hot, humid and dry summer we’ve had in Southern Ontario I’m looking forward to fall salmon season. With some rain forecasted this week (for the first time in a long time) it won’t be long until schools of salmon that are patiently […]

Northern Michigan Rivers Expecting Banner Salmon Run

By: Kyle McCleland Following a productive summer trolling for salmon on the Lake Michigan I’m expecting a good river season in September. All our traditional Northern Michigan rivers, and some smaller tributaries, should have salmon soon if they don’t now. The rivers aren’t on fire now, but they will be soon. We are supposed to […]

Learn the Simplest Great Lakes Salmon Cure

By: Kyle Deavers We’re on the verge of egg curing season in the Great Lakes. In many areas it’s already started. However, it’s amazing to me how many people still used homemade and old school egg cures that aren’t effective. During our short river salmon season having good cured eggs is the difference between success […]