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Old 04-18-2013, 08:44 PM
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Default Re: New here from Michigan's U.P.

Originally Posted by bp green View Post
Lol... I think I may have given off the wrong impression guys. I have been living in the UP for over four years. I am quite familiar with the area.

It's the water on the Candian side I am looking to get to know. I have heard many rumors about the Algoma region, almost all of it contradictory. Huge brook trout, tiny brook trout. All private water, all open. Fished out, untouched and teeming with fish, etc.

I have fished the St. Mary's Rapids underneath the international Bridge on the Ontario side extensively. It is an awesome salmon and steelhead fishery, but now I want to go beyond and see if I can find the kind of fishing I had in Maine. Good sized, native brook trout in secluded, wild flowing streams and rivers.

By the way flyfishMich, Antler's is still there and open. Albeit under different management.
yeah something about a divorce at antlers or something like that.

and still stay out of Dafter

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Ranger Lake in Ontario is full of Lunker sized Lake Trout and Pike. My Gramps had a rustic cabin on it but the family let it go after he died. Bummer. I think its about 45-50 miles from the Sault. There is a fly in camp there too. That's all the info I have of that place.
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