Fly Fishing Lake Superior's North Shore Steelhead

“He asked if I would be discreet about our destination. Not a problem. First, I was lost. Second, I understood that discretion is necessary because most of the north-shore rivers are small and can’t bear much pressure.” Unlike on U.S. shores, the northern edge of Lake Superior might boast as pure a strain of steelhead as anywhere in the North America. Jerry Dennis in Field & Stream.

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