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Title:
Trout ponds and lakes in the upper peninsula of Michigan : an angler's guide
Author:
Deubler, Christopher.
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Publication Information:
[Two Rivers, WI] : Siskiwit Press, [1999]

[©1999]
Physical Description:
viii, 104 pages : maps ; 23 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780965430326
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

The pristine trout ponds and lakes in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan are truly a unique resource. For the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is one of the few places in the continental United States where trout anglers can still find populations of native brook trout residing in cold, springfed ponds and lakes.


Author Notes

Christopher Deubler is the author of the first comprehensive book on stillwater trout fishing in the Midwest, Trout Fishing Wisconsin Spring Ponds. For over 25 years, Deubler has prowled the remote ponds and lakes in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Northern Wisconsin in search of native brook trout


Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. V
1. Introductionp. 1
2. Types of Trout Ponds and Lakesp. 7
3. Trout Speciesp. 17
4. Tackle and Equipmentp. 23
5. Selected Fly Patterns and Spin Luresp. 35
6. Trout Food Sources and Their Associated Stillwater Strategiesp. 41
7. A Selection of Trout Ponds and Lakesp. 61
8. A Listing of Trout Ponds and Lakesp. 91
Addendum: Conservation and Preservation
Appendix I DNR District Offices
Appendix II National Forests, Parks, and Refuges
Appendix III USGS Map Dealers in Michigan