From pristine spring creeks that harbor large trout to steelhead tributaries of Lake Michigan and monstrous smallmouth, pike, muskie and panfish in the northern flowages, Wisconsin has some of the best flyfishing in the country. As well, the state of Iowa is a diverse region, providing different angling opportunities as you cross the state. The Flyfisher's Guide to Wisconsin and Iowa provides dozens of maps that detail the access points, special regulations, campgrounds and more. Few areas offer the angling opportunities that this area does - take full advantage of them with this complete, 600-page Wisconsin and Iowa fly fishing guide book.
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Review 1 for Flyfisher's Guide to Wisconsin and Iowa
December 28, 2012
from Hastings, MN
"Excellent resource on fly fishing spots in Wisconsin and Iowa. It gives great details on how to get to the streams, what kind of trout they hold, what kind of fly to use, access availability, etc., etc."
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