No Bugs?, Siphlonurus sunken Impressions- lethal wet swinging when no spinners fall

(my Gray Drake Super Submersible- lethal swinging when nothing is happening!- great for all banded-bodied/segmented mayflies/drakes)

How many nights or mornings ( drakes BTW spinner fall at both times) have you driven to the stream or walked down from your cabin/lodge saying… ” tonight/this morning will be the one!- the hatch /spinner

May 29, 2020

The shop is re-opened for business…9-5 everyday!!!  

We have been limiting occupancy capacity to 10 and cleaning all surfaces frequently for everyones well being.  It feels very good to have life back in our business and to be back on the river guiding again.  With that being said, we

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Back-N-Browns!

(Muskegon River Brown On a Dry Fly)

Here’s a very healthy river brown from the Muskegon taken with a dry fly despite the high flows.

(Beautiful Muskegon River Sunset)

Peace and tranquility. It’s what it’s all about dry fly fishing the Muskegon river during the best hatch of the year.

Bring on June

With spring comes high water, heat waves, cold snaps…all in a matter of days.  And with such weather comes the sulphurs, the yellow stones, the caddis, the mahoganies, the big mahoganies (what we call the brown bugs), and soon enough the brown drakes and the bugs of June.  Mix in

May 27, 2020

The further down you go the higher and more stained it is, but we’re only seeing a small spike so far from the recent scattered storms and I expect it to remain fishable. Anglers have been having good to great success in all sections from M-37 down to Walhalla and

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