Michigan's fly-fishing biblenow revised and expanded with coverage of seven new rivers.
With thousands of miles of cold, fertile, and highly oxygenated streams, Michigan is a mecca for trout anglers. In this classic guide to the state, veteran anglers Bob Linsenman and Steve Nevala describe Michigan's best fishing, from its most renowned waters to remote, little-known streams. In this completely revised and updated second edition, coverage of the Au Sable and Manistee Rivers has been expanded. And new for this edition is coverage of the Black, Driggs, Ross, Muskegon, Brandywine, Coldwater, and Pine Rivers. In addition to updated maps and stream descriptions, the authors also provide reliable and detailed information on: Access points, wading conditions, and techniques and equipment for each stream Times and types of hatches, as well as patterns to match the hatch Tackle shops, outfitters and guides, and state offices Covers seven new rivers, and widely considered to be the definitive fly-fishing guide to the state. The first edition of this book was titled Michigan Trout Streams. 35 black & white photographs, 45 maps, index.
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