Angler advice

When fishing for trout in Michigan’s rivers and streams – cast into the seams. A “seam” is area where two currents converge, and it looks like a line or bubble trail in the water. Trout like seams because the joining currents create feeding lanes that collect drifting food – insects and larvae. Before casting, take a moment to read the river and observe structures in the water such as rocks and logs, then locate any seams.


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