Michigan's Top Fishing Maps by Chuck Lichon

Michigan's Top Fishing Maps by Chuck Lichon

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ISBN: 9781571884961

Author: Chuck Lichon

Number Of Pages: 192


Details: Thousands of lakes and streams await anglers in Michigan State; pick almost any spot on the map and chances are there's a fishing spot nearby. But the fun and challenge is in catching fish, not just searching for them. Now with Michigan's Top Fishing Maps finding - and catching - fish just got a whole lot easier. Fresh water, trout, salmon, steelhead, bass, walleye... the opportunities are endless. Michigan native Chuck Lichon takes the guess work out of fishing some of Michigan's top rivers and lakes, including areas of Huron, Superior, Erie and Michigan lakes. Each river and lake is individually covered, Lichon discusses fish species and average size; seasonal availability; run timing; most productive techniques; best tackle and flies; shore and boat access; known structure such as sunken islands and drop-offs; and much more. You'll also find everything you need to plan a successful fishing trip - local hotels, lodges and B&Bs; campgrounds; National Parks and Ranger Stations; guides; tackle and fly shops; sporting goods stores; restaurants; chambers of commerce and visitor's centers; the amount of information is incredible. The 86 detailed maps alone are worth the price of this book. Attractive, easy-to-read, information-filled maps double the value of this book, making it your invaluable resource for fishing in Michigan. Discover new angling thrills in those places you've heard so much about but have yet to visit! Half the fun is planning and anticipating upcoming fishing trips whether you're going alone or with friends. So study Michigan's Top Fishing Maps, then grab your gear, load up the fishing rig, and experience the adventures awaiting you in Michigan's best fishing spots!

About the Author Chuck has spent his entire life in Michigan, and currently resides along the cattail-lined shores of renowned hunting and angler paradise, Saginaw Bay. He began his writing career over 30 years ago starting as an outdoor columnist for the "Saginaw News." From then on he has contributed to many outdoor magazines and a hunting book.

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