From a fly fishing perspective, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan has been synonymous with brook trout, Ernest Hemingway, and the Big Two-Hearted River. And rightfully so. Year after year, fly anglers visit the U.P. to wade the cold, dark waters to pursue the feisty, bejeweled brook trout. For many, brook trout fishing in the U.P is a rite of passage. But the U.P. offers many other amazing fly fishing opportunities for the adventurous angler.
Join Caddis Shack Guide Service (from Escanaba, MI) as they share their recommendations for fly fishing the south-central Upper Peninsula. Whether you’re a diehard angler looking to tangle with some great fish, planning a special trip with friends, or just wanting to explore the U.P., Chris Gestwicki and Jason Brownewe share some great ideas to help you plan your next adventure.
This online seminar was first shown on February 23, 2021.
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