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08-16-2002 08:08 PM
pmflyfisher nbrandon

Check this out, I am in Chicago don't know the wisconsin rivers well enough to advise you but there are a lot of spey fisherman up there. I am a michigan steelhead and salmon spey fly fisherman primarily.

There are some other wisconsin spey anglers onthe board they will show up soon.

Best

Hal




http://webpages.charter.net/ffs/ffs/..._steelhead.htm
08-15-2002 10:32 AM
nbrandon
Spey Rod Newbie

After a few years of not fishing (college, job, etc...) i've dusted off my flyrod, and gotten ahold of a spey rod. I've been scouting around in the Manitowoc area, and most of the rivers around there seem to be more fishable with a stout one-hander. Are there wadable sections of rivers in the area (Sheboygan- Oconto) that are a little wider? I'm not looking to make a 100' cast, I'm looking for an area where I can overshoot and not end up in a tree.

Also, what's the deal with the Little Suamico river?
That used to be a favorite river of mine. I remember almost every cast would end up w/ a smallmouth or brook trout. Now it's not even listed as a trout/steelhead stream. I guess i'm missing a bit of history somewhere.

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