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  1. #11
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    Warren, That's the fly. I think I might try it with an opalescent tinsel body.

    Thanks,
    Ed

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    Thanks for the information folks! Keep it coming.... I'm excited about this one
    Joe Bertolini

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    Fishing in Michigan


    Attention all anglers, a new fishing license season begins April 1!

    Michigan’s fishing licenses were restructured on March 1 – there are now five options to choose from when making your purchase. All fishing licenses are good for all species.

    • Resident Annual - $26
    • Non-Resident Annual - $76
    • Senior Annual (for residents age 65 or older) - $11
    • 24-Hour (resident or non-resident) - $10
    • 72-Hour (resident or non-resident) - $30

    Residents and non-residents can also purchase the Hunt/Fish combo license for $76 and $266 respectively that consists of a base license, annual fishing license, and two deer tags. Please note, a base license is not required when just purchasing a fishing license.

    Michigan’s new fishing licenses will bring additional revenue into the state that will be invested into the state’s fisheries; including providing greater access to world-class fishing opportunities, improving fisheries habitat in inland lakes and streams, and increasing the health and quantity of fish stocked in the state.

    Fisheries Division does not receive any general funds and depends on angler dollars (through license sales and federal excise tax dollars for fishing tackle) to manage the state’s fisheries. Buying a fishing license, even if you do not plan to fish, can make a big difference to the future health of Michigan’s prized freshwaters.

    There are two simple ways to purchase a fishing license in Michigan:

    1. Visit your local license retailer or DNR Operations Service Center and make a purchase in person.
    2. Use the E-License system to buy a license online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Just visit www.mdnr-elicense.com on your computer, smartphone or tablet to get started.

    Don’t miss your chance to experience some of the finest freshwater fishing in the world! For more information on fishing in Michigan, visit www.michigan.gov/fishing.
    "People tend to get the politicians and the fishing tackle they deserve" -
    John Gierach, Fishing Bamboo

    http://www.tenkaraflyfish.blogspot.com/

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