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Fishing Michigan
Fishing Michigan
by Eric Sharp
Paperback from Detroit Free Press
ISBN: 0937247405

Michigan, the Great Lakes state, is a great state for anglers. It has more than 11,000 inland lakes, 36,000 miles of streams and more shoreline than any other state other than Alaska. More than one million Michiganders buy licenses every year to fish for a wide variety of species.

In Fishing Michigan, Detroit Free Press outdoors writer Eric Sharp describes the state's major game fish and where and how to catch them. He also writes about some of his adventures -- and misadventures -- in pursuit of a quarry we never can quite figure out.

 
FISHING MICHIGAN
FISHING MICHIGAN
by C. Bawbeese
Kindle Edition
Media Published: 2010-
 

Legally fishing Michigan's more than 30 thousand miles of inland lakes and streams.

Legally fishing Michigan's more than 30 thousand miles of inland lakes and streams.

 
Trout Streams of Michigan: A Fly-Angler s Guide (Second Edition)
Trout Streams of Michigan: A Fly-Angler's Guide (Second Edition)
by Bob Linsenman, Steve Nevala
Paperback from Backcountry Guides
ISBN: 0881504890

Michigan's fly-fishing bible--now 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.

 
Twelve Classic Trout Streams in Michigan: A Handbook for Fly Anglers
Twelve Classic Trout Streams in Michigan: A Handbook for Fly Anglers
by Jim DuFresne, Gerth E. Hendrickson
Paperback from University of Michigan Press/Regional
ISBN: 0472033689
"Since it first appeared in 1985, Hendrickson's book has introduced legions of fly fishers to the state's most-treasured rivers. In this newest edition, author Jim DuFresne has made a good book better . . . DuFresne, author of more than twenty books, is a careful, consummate researcher and passionate fly angler. Modern trout anglers are lucky to have a wealth of Michigan rivers and streams to discover and to carry on the special sport first enjoyed by fly fishers more than 150 years ago. And they are lucky to have this book to help guide them to the best of all places to do it."
---Tom Huggler, award-winning author of more than a dozen outdoors books

This completely revised and updated edition of the indispensable original offers more information on why Michigan is such a great place for all fly fishers. Twelve Classic Trout Streams also features new material---for example, information on hatches, including a hatch schedule chart; a list of ten flies that every Michigan angler should have; and equipment (line weight, rod length, etc.) for Michigan streams.

At the heart of the book is the increased number of public access sites complete with GPS coordinates---a first among guides to Michigan streams. There are also all new photographs and improved maps that include stream bottom identification.

Twelve Classic Trout Streams answers basic questions for any trip to a trout stream to be successful. Where are the best access sites? How wide and deep is the river there? Will you stand on firm sand or gravel, slip on hard clay or muddy stones, or sink into soft sand or mud? Is the current slow enough that you can wade easily upstream or so fast that you will be swept off your feet? All of these things are described or shown on the maps.

Gerth E. Hendrickson was a member of Trout Unlimited and the Federation of Fly Fishers. He wrote prolifically on trout streams.

Jim DuFresne is an outdoor writer based in Clarkston, Michigan, and author of more than a dozen wilderness/travel guidebooks. DuFresne gave up the spinning rod for the fly rod in the mid-1980s and has never turned back.

Cover photograph by Jacom Stephens © iStockphoto.com

 
Michigan Trout Streams: A Fly-Angler s Guide
Michigan Trout Streams: A Fly-Angler's Guide
by Bob Linsenman, Steve Nevala
Paperback from Backcountry Pubns
ISBN: 0881502715
 
 
Michigan Blue-Ribbon Fly-Fishing Guide (Blue-Ribbon Fly Fishing Guides)
Michigan Blue-Ribbon Fly-Fishing Guide (Blue-Ribbon Fly Fishing Guides)
by Bob Linsenman
Paperback from Frank Amato Publications
ISBN: 1571881603

Michigan has long been one of the premier destinations for fly-fishers. With its 11,000 inland lakes, over 30,000 miles of rivers and streams, and one of the longest coastlines in the state, there is fishable water everywhere. In this latest edition of the popular all color "Blue-Ribbon" series, Bob Linsenman shares his 50-plus years of exploring fly-fishing in this great state. Gorgeous photography and informative text make this book a must for all those fly-fishers lucky enough to visit of live in this fly-fisher's paradise
 
Voelker s Pond: A Robert Traver Legacy (Michigan)
Voelker's Pond: A Robert Traver Legacy (Michigan)
by Ed Wargin
Hardcover from Huron River Press
ISBN: 1932399003
 
Fish For All: An Oral History of Multiple Claims and Divided Sentiment on Lake Michigan (Michigan And The Great Lakes)
Fish For All: An Oral History of Multiple Claims and Divided Sentiment on Lake Michigan (Michigan And The Great Lakes)
by Michael J. Chiarappa, Kristin M. Szylvian
Paperback from Michigan State University Press
ISBN: 0870136542

Michigan and the Great Lakes Series. The contentious claims of groups seeking to use Lake Michigan's fisheries resources were at the center of modern America's emerging environmental politics in the middle of the twentieth century. Inheriting the environmental abuse, political oversights, and cultural inclinations of an earlier era, Lake Michigan's later twentieth century fisheries stakeholders found themselves relentlessly divided by a series of disputes arising from the promotion of sport fishing over commercial fishing, strident policy-making positions of state government, the ecological changes wrought by nonindigenous species, and the reclamation of treaty-rights fishing by Native Americans. Going beyond the chronicling of past events, Fish for All contextualizes the shared experiences that shape each group's collective memory and presents their historical narratives as discourse that legitimizes their current claims to the resource. Fish for All highlights the historically charged consciousness of fishing communities and points to the evolving communication that will take place between them, fisheries historians, fisheries anthropologists, scientists, and policymakers.
 
Flyfisher s Guide to Michigan (Flyfishers Guidebooks)
Flyfisher's Guide to Michigan (Flyfishers Guidebooks)
by Jim Bedford
Paperback from Wilderness Adventures Press
Media Published: 2007-
ISBN: 1932098461

The most comprehensive guide book written on Michigan Flyfishing.
 
Michigan's 50 Best Fishing Lakes: The State's Top Inland Waters (Michigan Out-of-Doors Library Series)
by Michigan United Conservation Clubs
Paperback from Michigan United Conservation Clubs
ISBN: 0933112068
 
The Angler's Guide to Twelve Classic Trout Streams in Michigan
by Gerth E. Hendrickson
Paperback from University of Michigan Press
1994

Fish Michigan: One Hundred Northern Lower Michigan Lakes
by Tom Huggler, Thomas E. Huggler, Gary W. Barfknecht
Paperback from Friede Pubns

Fish for All: An Oral History of Multiple Claims and Divided Sentiment on Lake Michigan
by Michael J. Chiarappa, Kristin M. Szylvian
Paperback from Michigan State Univ Pr

Flyfisher's Guide To Michigan (Flyfisher's Guide Series)
by Jim Bedford
Paperback from Wilderness Adventures Press

Fish Michigan: 100 Great Lakes Hotspots
by Friede Publications, Tom Huggler, Thomas E. Huggler
Paperback from Friede Pubns

Fishing Michigan
by Eric Sharp
Paperback from Detroit Free Press

Fish Michigan: One Hundred Southern Michigan Lakes
by Tom Huggler, Gary W. Barfknecht, Thomas E. Huggler
Paperback from Friede Pubns

The Angler's Guide to Twelve Classic Trout Streams in Michigan
by Gerth E. Hendrickson
Paperback from University of Michigan Press
1994

A Place on the Water: An Angler's Reflections on Home
by Jerry Dennis, Glenn Wolff
Paperback from St. Martin's Press

A Good Boat Speaks for Itself: Isle Royale Fishermen and Their Boats
by Timothy Cochrane, Hawk Tolson
Paperback from Univ of Minnesota Pr (Txt)

Fish Michigan: One Hundred Upper Peninsula Lakes
by Tom Huggler, Thomas E. Huggler, Gary W. Barfknecht
Paperback from Friede Pubns
1994

Michigan Blue-Ribbon Fly Fishing Guide
by Bob Linsenman
Paperback from Frank Amato Publications, Inc.

Grand River, Michigan (River Journal)
by Jim Bedford, Tony Pagliei
Paperback from Frank Amato Publications, Inc.

The Last Good Water: Prose and Poetry, 1988-2003 (Great Lakes Books)
by Michael Delp
Paperback from Wayne State Univ Pr

Fish Michigan: 50 Rivers
by Thomas E. Huggler, Tom Huggler, Gary Barfknecht
Paperback from Friede Pubns

Late Intermediate Occupation at Cerro Azul, Peru: A Preliminary Report (University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology Technical Report, 20)
by Marcus
Paperback from Univ of Michigan Museum
1987
Special Order

Voelker's Pond: A Robert Traver Legacy
by Ed Wargin, James McCullough
Hardcover from Huron River Press

What the River Knows: An Angler in Midstream
by Wayne Fields
Paperback from University of Chicago Press (Trd)

Trout Streams of Michigan: A Fly-Angler's Guide (Second Edition)
by Bob Linsenman, Steve Nevala, Ernest Schwiebert
Paperback from Countryman Pr

Trout Ponds and Lakes in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan: An Anglers Guide
by Christopher Deubler
Paperback from Siskiwit Press

 
 

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