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Old 07-30-2010, 10:20 AM
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Default Need help -- Oscoda, MI and Au Sable

Hello, I will be taking a vacation in Oscoda in a few weeks and am looking for a very easy access point to introduce a youngster (my buddy's son) to fly fishing on a stream. So, an area that would be safe (slow, shallow wading or no wading necessary) with plenty of room to cast. Also, would be nice to catch a few fish (dinks would be fine). Was thinking the Au Sable -- but where? Thanks for your help.
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