The Michigan Department of Natural Resources Trout Trails application now features the locations of streams and lakes throughout the whole state.
According to the DNR, almost 100 new locations in the eastern, central and western Upper Peninsula and northern Lower Peninsula were added, bringing the total number of locations to almost 300.
The application is to help anglers find lesser known biologist-verified trout waters, the DNR said.
Trout Trails includes information about the featured locations, such as trout species available, regulations, directions, lodging information, area restaurants and whether the waters are stocked or contain naturally reproducing fish.
“We know more and more anglers are using the Trout Trails map to plan future fishing trips, and with these latest additions we ensure those folks can find a world-class trout fishing opportunity in practically every corner of the state,” said Elyse Walter, communication specialist with the DNR’s Fisheries Division.
Information from Trout Trails is also available in a printable format.
Access Trout Trails here.
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