Flyfisher's Guide to Michigan Book by Jim Bedford
With a seemingly endless supply of rivers, streams and lakes, the state of Michigan is truly a flyfishers paradise. From the tremendous salmon and steelhead waters around the Great Lakes and the remote trout streams in the Upper Peninsula to the warm water opportunities on the Lower Peninsula, Flyfisher's Guide to™ Michigan, written by expert angler Jim Bedford, provides loads of excellent advice on when, where and how to fish this state that holds enough water for a lifetime of fishing. Whether you’re a long-time resident or a visiting angler, this is an invaluable resource designed to help anglers fish and find their way around Michigan. In addition to 21 seasonal hatch charts, fly recommendations and 124 detailed maps, this 478 page book provides information on fly shops, restaurants, lodging as well as other useful travel information.
- Provides loads of excellent advice on when, where and how to fish
- Invaluable resource designed to help anglers find their way around Michigan
- 21 seasonal hatch charts
- 124 detailed maps