Some of it is, but there are lots of rivers and lots of places to fish. I prefer to use driftboats, whitewater rafts or something like a kayak to cover water and not deal with trespassing. Lots of guys who don't know go tramping all over people land without permission, big no no in my books, we loose acsess because of it all the time. Lots of the water I fish is only wadeable a very low water if at all as well.
I was talking Huron too, so many on some rivers. One time after dark there was an exposed limestone rock in the river that became completely covered in crayfish, like a 1000 on a rock 4 feet wide. $ish was twisted.
Things are hatching early this yr, big stoney hatch the other day, crayfish molting right now too. If ur fishing rezis that might interest you, the single rods don't normally make it in my boat this time of year tho
Some Huron tribs were stacked, others slow. My opener was fun floating down a river till an oar lock broke going into a set of rapids. With a few km of white water ahead of us and no way to take the boat out or go back we had a hairy ride down trying to control a 16' boat with a couple paddles. Lucky I had a buddy with me who is a pro fly guide on the river and spends a lot of time in a drift boat. Some nice steelhead and browns were taken swinging flies as well