If you're an angler who loves fishing the Great Lakes, you can't be anything but troubled by how an ever-growing number of invasive species is altering the environments of these huge inland seas, and, in turn, the populations of gamefish that call them home.
Brian Kozminski, owner of True North Trout Guide Service, penned this excellent essay on fly-tying and fly fishing culture here in Michigan for the Spring 2017 Edition of Michigan Out-of-Doors, which will hit mailboxes later this month. Subscribe today by clicking here to become a member of Michigan United Conservation Clubs.
This Throwback article by Ed Tremewan of Flint appeared in our August/September 1950 issue, our second after relaunching in July 1950 following a pilot issue in January 1947. From 1950-1952, Michigan Out-of-Doors was a pocket magazine sponsored by Pfeifer Brewing Company and featuring iconic artwork evocative of period advertising. Trout anglers, we want to hear from you: does the advice in the article still hold up? Comment below!
by Bob Gwidz | BY EARLY OCTOBER, most anglers have stored their fishing rigs for the fall. It’s deer season, bird season, duck season. So much to do, so little time. But anglers - especially bass fishermen - who put up their boats to pursue other pastimes in fall are missing some of the best action of the year.