Fly Fishing in Northern Michigan: Learn to tie a Griffith's Gnat Fly
Video: Brian Kozminiski of Trout Unlimited talks about Northern Michigan Fly Fishing and demonstrates how to tie a Griffith’s Gnat fly.Vote For the Red Hot Best Of Northern Michigan!
Vote for your favorite Northern Michigan events, Northern Michigan restaurants, Traverse City attractions and more in our MyNorth Red Hot Best Of contest.Reflections on Northern Michigan's Platte, A Small, Familiar River
One fly-fisherman’s musings of Northern Michigan’s Platte River, a beautiful, blue-ribbon trout stream that flows quietly and dependently, without fanfare.Kayak Fishing Weekend in Sleeping Bear Bay for Legendary King Salmon
Kayak fishing reigns for a weekend in September as kayak fishermen seek King Salmon in Sleeping Bear Bay in Northern Michigan’s Sleeping Bear Dunes.Buying Tips for Fishing Kayaks: The Boats, the Gear, the Safety
Tips for buying a fishing kayak; what to look for in the fishing kayak and paddle, safety features and where to find fishing kayaks in Northern Michigan.Michigan Carp Fishing on Boardman River in Downtown Traverse City
An Englishman, two Americans, and a Russian work hard to fish for carp in the Boardman River right in the middle of downtown Traverse City.Tips for Catching Michigan Carp
Carp fishing tips from bait to gear to setting the drag, everything you need to know for Michigan carp fishing.Kids Free Fishing Day at Traverse City’s Northwestern Michigan College
Kids fish free for stocked rainbow trout at Traverse City’s NMC, June 26.Parasites: A User's Guide, by Petoskey Filmmaker Sharon Shattuck
The University of Michigan Biological Station, near Petoskey, is premiering Parasites, A User’s Guide, a light and lively look at our very closest friends.Michigan United Conservation Clubs' Fish-a-Thon to Raise Asian Carp Awareness
30 hours. 30 species. Two crazy Michigan fisherman fish Lake Michigan near Traverse City to prove what’s at stake if the Asian Carp invade.Weekly Fishing Report: Walleye Fishing Season Opens on Great Lakes
The Michigan DNR Weekly Fishing Report indicates that Michigan fishing charters and lake fishing have had it rough lately with high winds and rain. But May 15, 2010 marks opening day for walleye, pike and muskie fishing. Let’s see who’s catching fish in Michigan.Can the Asian Carp Be Stopped From Destroying the Great Lakes?
Asian carp, an invasive species from China, stand to threaten the future of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River. Can Chicago’s Asian carp barrier hold? If it doesn’t, can an answer be found to stop the Asian carp invasion?Bluegills Picking Up, Catfish Active: DNR Fishing Report for April 29, 2010
Michigan fishing this week should see the bluegill bites picking up, and catfish fishing active. There’s good perch fishing in Suttons Bay, near Traverse City. Here’s the Michigan fishing report updates for Michigan fishing from the Michigan DNR.Trout and Walleye Fishing Open: Michigan Fishing Report for Week of April 22, 2010
Michigan fishing has a big weekend ahead as April 24th marks opening day for trout season, as well as walleye, northern pike and muskellunge on inland waters in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. Here’s all the Michigan fishing updates from the Michigan DNR.Leelanau Fishing Charters on Lake Michigan
From May to October fishing charter go into full speed on Lake Michigan. Sign on with one of these experienced fishermen from Leland and Glen Arbor to head out into the waters off the Leelanau Peninsula for a lake fishing tale you’ll remember forever.Video: Smelt Fishing Through the Ice, Part 2
In Part 2, ice fisherman George Vanderhoff talks about what’s needed for safety when ice fishing for smelt on a Northern Michigan inland lake and reels in his catch.Video: Smelt Fishing Through the Ice, Part 1
In Part 1, ice fisherman George Vanderhoff shares what equipment you need and how to get set up in order to ice fish for smelt on a Northern Michigan inland lake.Conservationists and Anglers Honor the Life of the Au Sable River's Rusty Gates
Celebrated conservationist and fly-fisherman Calvin “Rusty” Gates Jr. died on December 19, 2009 at his home on the banks of the Au Sable River in Grayling.Video: Fly Fishing Tips from Traverse City's Bob Summers
Watch as Traverse City’s Bob Summers, one of the most admired bamboo fly rod builders in the industry, talks flies and basic fly fishing techniques to his granddaughter, Cara Smith.The Jordan River: Wild, Scenic and Full of Fish
It isn’t enough that the Jordan River was the first Michigan River named as a National Wild and Scenic River, it’s also a blue-ribbon trout stream.