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 A Steelheader’s Guide to Michigan’s western lower penninsula streams 

"The sound of a screaming drag and the sight of a 10 lb. (or bigger) fish jumping 3 feet out of the water are visions and dreams that every fisherman has while spending time on the water.  Steelhead can typically be found in many rivers in the state from early September until late April the following spring. Chinook Salmon begin their spawning migration every fall sometime in the  middle of August with the peak of salmon fishing season typically happening around the 1st or 2nd week of October. Coho or Silver Salmon are usually a couple of weeks behind the schedule of the Chinook."

 

Sample pages InformationPage 44 and Page 6

 

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