Urban Fishing on the Chicago River

September 23, 2007 By: Marshall Cutchin

Dale Bowman takes author Robert Tomes to his home waters: the Chicago River system, where a good day may mean as much as having enough quarters for the parking meter. “Considering the heat last week, I focused on spots by discharges from the near north suburbs to downtown. From his end, Tomes had selected a mix of hair bugs and foam bugs for topwaters and streamers and weighted streamers for deeper areas.” In the Chicago Sun-Times.