Blue Lining Gets Popular in Michigan

The notion of getting a topographic map and following the blue lines that reach into untrammeled territory has gained ground with more than a few Upper Peninsula anglers, according to this piece by Eric Sharp. “Paul Rutherford of Walker usually makes a weeklong trip to the Pigeon River Country in July, his car stuffed with camping gear, fishing tackle that includes a 7-foot, 4-weight fly rod — and detailed topographic maps that he prints off a Web site.” In the Detroit Free Press.

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