Hemingway's Fishing Holes

“Bear Creek, just north of Brethren, is where Hemingway fished by accessing the Creek from a bridge on Kerry Road. The Creek itself is more like a river; its width is about 30 to 45 feet wide at this section of the stream. The bottom is a gravel sand mixture with high banks, twisting curves and deep cold dark holes running through a mature forest.” An article on LiteraryTraveler.com lists the places where Ernest Hemingway fished while in Michigan. First noted on Moldy Chum.

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