Michigan has all kinds of them. A good 8 mile (I think) on the Manistee and one on each of the 3 branches of the Ausable River. Trout Unlimited was formed on the Ausable, and they call the 9 mile (Fly Only Creel Limit 0) on the main branch of the Ausable the 'Holy Waters.'
Plenty of fish, plenty of stocking fish too. Mostly Brookies and a 12 inch fish is a great fish. There are big Browns as well but they get fished hard believe it or not, they are not fooled easy. Most of the Trophy Waters are open to the hardwear guys. Usually have to go after them at night or during a major hatch. I love this time of year!!!!
As much as I love the fly only waters and all the tourist money it brings to the Grayling area....There is something to be said about a 3 year old that happens to lives on the fly only portion of a river that cant throw a line on a bobber off his dock though.