The Mississippi River offers a wide variety of fishing options, from snore to kayak and even fly fishing. Fly fishing on the Mississippi can often yield muskies, norther, and most commonly small mouth bass. Using muddlers and popping bugs can pull in bass twenty inches and five to six pounds in rocky shorelines and stream ripples. This unique type of fishing is just one more way that the Mississippi River stands out.
Contact info: Dan Gapen, Gapen Outdoors, firstname.lastname@example.org, 612-802-8756