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Fly Fishing the Kircher Preserve | What are you wading for?

Fly Fishing the Kircher Preserve | What are you wading for?  - Experience Michigan Magazine, Spring/Summer 2019 [Page 46]

"Winchester's words hang over the memories of that day. Sometimes, you've got to just set the rod down, and appreciate what's around you."

By Bill Semion

Golf Advisor Round Trip: Boyne Golf

Golf Advisor Round Trip: Boyne Golf - Golf Channel, August 2018 [4:26]

"This is pretty awesome. With the increase in fly fishing, you know, there's less and less secret places, less and less spots that you can get away to; this is the one spot that we can guarantee that we can take people and it's going to be theirs for the day."

By Matt Ginella

Michigan Trout Trails

Michigan Trout Trails - American Angler, July/August 2017

A new resource in the Wolverine State is helping DIY anglers move off the beaten paths and into intimate waters.

By James P. Spica Jr.

Fly-fishing in winter? Mich. river offers Zen-like experience

Fly-fishing in winter? Mich. river offers Zen-like experience - Detroit Free Press, January 2013

Anglers know something that tourists don't. You can fly-fish all year round, even in winter.

Beyond skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, skating and winter zip-lining, the latest tourist attraction in northern Michigan is getting in a float boat and having A River Runs Through It experience in the dead of winter.

By Ellen Creager

The Michigan Mission: A Sportsman's Quest for 5 Species in 72 Hours

The Michigan Mission - Game & Fish Magazine, November 2014

A sportsman's quest for 5 Species in 72 hours.

By Charlie Puckett

Mousing for Michigan's Biggest Browns

Mousing for Michigan's Biggest Browns - Petoskey News Review, October 2013

At night, big brown trout begin looking up. They begin looking up to see what has fallen in the water, and what might be struggling to cross a river. Often, they eat it.

By Morgan Sherburne 

Fishing the Kircher Preserve

Fishing the Kircher Preserve - Petoskey News Review, August 2012

At the preserve, more than a mile of river is available for fishing - not to mention the pond that produces bass and pike. Too, said Winchester, anglers have the chance to hit a "Michigan grand slam" - catching a brook, rainbow and brown trout all in the same day. .

By Morgan Sherburne