Finally! I grew up in this small town of Buchanan, MI and grew up fishing a small creek by the name of McCoy Creek. It is a small meandering stream that is pretty marginal trout fishing in a lot of it's length, but quite good in the more free flowing sections of it away from the downtown area. This was mainly because of the extremely short sighted decision to dam the creek in downtown in order to create a park with a pond. It sounded good in essence, but it turned up the temperature of the river a few degrees, destroyed habitat and even reduced flows to the point that the city's most recognizable site, Pear's Mill, was only able to run in rare scenarios of high water. The city finally made the decision to remove the dam and even went farther and are creating lunker structure for the creek. What a great time for fly fisherman in my hometown.