Michigan is a flyfisher's paradise, with a seemingly endless supply of rivers, streams, and lakes. From the trout and salmon waters around the Great Lakes to the remote streams of the Upper Peninsula to newer warmwater opportunities on the Lower Peninsula, there's enough water for a lifetime of fishing. Fly fishing for trout has roots in Michigan, and these legendary fisheries fish as well today as ever. From the Pere Marquette, to the Au Sable, to the Manistee rivers and the Muskegon, Michigan is alive and well with big trout, salmon and steelhead. This Michigan fly fishing guide book will get you where you need to go, with the proper gear, techniques and timing.
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"I love hiring guides, and I do often. But I can't afford to do it every weekend. This book is a valuable tool to help you find not only access to rivers, but how to locate stretches where you can actually find and catch fish."