Each day, hundreds of people – especially kids – will congregate along the Boardman River at 118 Hall Street, in the city’s warehouse district. If this season is anything like past years, there will be lots of laughter, jumping up and down, pointing of fingers and juvenile squealing.
Planning your next fly fishing adventure? Take the advice from a local fisherman and you will not be disappointed! Learn about which lakes are best to fish on and what species you are likely to catch in this guest blog post from Dan Shepler.
It’s easy to get overwhelmed on vacation, and even easier to spend more money than you have. Luckily, Traverse City has plenty of options for families on a budget – and we’ve found the most fun, easy, and beautiful ways for you to enjoy one of the best cities America has to offer.
I’ve been thinking about fishing a lot lately - especially bass fishing. Because Traverse City has (or used to have) a little secret of its own: While anglers have long known it as a great spot for steelhead, coho and walleye, as well as some of the best fly-fishing in the Midwest, avid bass fishermen are starting to discover that Traverse City is also home to some huge smallmouth.