Fishing Destinations

Fly Fishing Central Michigan; Lake Wakeley, the Au Sable and Muskegon Rivers

If your water situation is like ours here in southern Indiana then you, like us…have to go looking for a place to fish; such was the case as my friend Frank and I set our compass north and made our way to do some fly fishing in central Michigan. We dead-headed for Grayling where we […]

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Fly Fishing the Totagatic River in Wisconsin – Part 2

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If you have watched the video of my first day on the Totagatic River, then you already know how productive this tannic water is! My second and third run down the river include another quick spurt down the top section (about 2 hours) and then a run down the next section of the river from […]

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Fly Fishing the Totagatic River in Wisconsin

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Each year I get several emails regarding rivers, lakes, etc….where viewers think I should fish; I appreciate each and every one of them…but when Andrew Jacobsen told me that the Totagatic River was a spot I should research and fish…well, this time I hit the ‘old-jackpot’. That was some great advice…thanks Andrew! I left my […]

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Fly Fishing the St. Croix in Wisconsin

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Fishing the St. Croix is….frankly, a complete treat for me! I have now been on it a total of three times and each time has been an eventful one. As you will see while watching the video, this is tannic water…or as they say, “Old black water-keep on rollin” (yes I was a Doobie’s fan […]

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Fly Fishing Crooked Creek in North Central Arkansas

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As they say…sometimes you get the bear and sometimes the bear gets you! Such was the case over my most recent spring break to Arkansas; the bear in this case was the weather. As we pulled into the dam-quarry campground in Salesville, Arkansas and eased to a stop, I could hear the roar of the […]

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Fly Fishing Winter Smallmouth in Missouri

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It seems like there is a cloud that hangs over smallmouth when the weather turns cold; now, I’m not talking about a literal fog, but a cloud of knowledge. Can you still catch smallmouth in the winter or do they become more or less….dormant? Frankly, I am not very sure of all the answers. I […]

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