Boyne River Fly Fishing
The 6th most popular fly fishing river in Michigan.
Friday 19 August 2016 05:49 GMT
The Boyne River is located in the northern section of the lower peninsula and is popular for its steelhead and salmon runs. It is also gaining popularity for its trout. The caddis hatch is typically from mid-April through mid-September.
The river begins at the confluence of the North Branch and the South Branch of the Boyne River just north of Boyne Falls. It runs about 5 miles before terminating into Lake Charlevoix. The most popular access is at the dam a few miles downstream of Boyne Falls. The 40 foot wide tailwater fishery is popular with brown trout.
Overall, Boyne River is the 6th most popular fly fishing river of all 26 fly fishing spots in Michigan.