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Bob Clouser Fishing in Michigan

2009 November 22
by Jordan Lindberg

Bob Clouser, one of the grand deans of American fly fishing, spent some time in Northern Michigan this last season. The inventor of the Clouser Minnow and many other standard flies in the trout and bass fisherman’s arsenal, Bob runs a great fly shop in Middletown, Pennsylvania, and calls the Susquehanna River his home waters. He spent some time in Northern Michigan fishing spots in both Northern Lower Michigan as well as the Upper Peninsula, and has made a video montage of some of his photographs. If you fly fish in Michigan with any regularity, I bet you’ll recognize some spots!

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