Small Water Doesn't Always Mean Small Fish

“A half-dozen times a year for a decade, I drove over a creek so small you could jump across in most places. It went under the road a mile from a major trout river, and I always wondered what it might hold. One day I stopped at the creek and began fishing upstream.” Detroit Free Press columnist Eric Sharp describes the surprises in store for anglers who spend time fishing smaller and less-known waters.

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