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  1. South East Michigan Streams and Rivers
    Took long enough... Water is finally down to a wadeable level. I'm excited to hit the huron tomorrow in search of smallmouth with my #5 rod. On the menu will be wolly buggers in various shades, Gartside minnow, clousers and if I'm lucky, maybe I can coax a fish or two to the surface with a...
  2. Introductions
    Hello fellow sportsman, I joined the site recently to follow the archery and fly fishing forums. My interests include fly fishing for trout and archery hunting whitetail deer. I currently live in the Ann Arbor area and spend most of my time on the Au Sable river and in the woods of Leelanau...
  3. South East Michigan Streams and Rivers
    Hello fellow fly fisherman, I am new to fly fishing with one season under my belt. Fortunately, I was able to spend some quality time trout fishing in both Michigan and Montana last year. I recently purchased a new 5wt rod and would love to put some wear on it in the years to come. I am mainly...
  4. North - North East Michigan Streams and Rivers
    Hello fellow fly fisherman, I am new to fly fishing with one season under my belt. Fortunately, I was able to spend some quality time trout fishing in both Michigan and Montana last year. I recently purchased a new 5wt rod and would love to put some wear on it in the years to come. I am mainly...
  5. Trout Fishing, Fly Tying, Techniques
    Hello fellow fly fisherman, I am new to fly fishing with one season under my belt. Fortunately, I was able to spend some quality time trout fishing in both Michigan and Montana last year. I recently purchased a new 5wt rod and would love to put some wear on it in the years to come. I am mainly...
  6. Warm Water Species Fishing
    Hi everybody, I recently graduated from the uni and now have time and money to get back in to fishing. I was wondering what setups people have had luck with and where. I've mostly been up and down the Huron early in the morning or as the sun is setting with decent luck using worms, live and...
  7. Wildlife Habitat
    In the spring of 2014, displeased rumblings of Ann Arbor residents about the area's deer population made their way to the City Council. At that time, the City Council wished to implement a plan to handle the basis of those complaints, that being deer that were doing damage to the area landscape...
  8. Hunting Articles
      Image via MI DNR With whitetail numbers continuing to rise and the city contemplating bringing in hired sharpshooters at a cost of some $30,000, members of the local humane society are lobbying Ann Arbor to let them handle the problem instead by using non-lethal methods. The problem...
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