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The Orvis Michigan Fly Fishing School returns to the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa just east of downtown Traverse City. Orvis Michigan will once again offer both one and two day schools. Conveniently located only a few minutes from downtown Traverse City, the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa will offer
The Old Au Sable Fly Shop Fishing Report
The miserable cold snap has finally ended. It has been a beautiful, mild winter and the cold spell lasted just long enough to thicken the blood. Mild temperatures are in front of us for a good while and after the toughening up,
The Qwazy Wabbit is just that. It’s an articulated or jointed streamer that moves crazily when stripped and dives with rabbit strip wings on both parts. The rubber legs move, the marabou moves, the schlappen moves,…. hell, everything moves. It’s qwazy!.
Too soon? Probably. But the next two weeks look…good! Every winter you know there’ll be those first “warm” weeks, and the trout will be out feeding; before it REALLY warms up, and runoff hides them beneath a curtain of dirty water. After about a month of being cooped in the
Muskegon River Fishing Report – February 24, 2021 – Newaygo, Michigan
The Muskegon river fishing report for February 24, 2021 in the Newaygo, Michigan area is all about the unusually warm weather that has come into the Midwest in recent
(Clays’ First Ever Steelhead)
Here’s my new friends Clay and Britney from the East Side of Michigan. Clay holding his first ever steelhead. 31 inches, 14 pounds of twisted chrome steel! Great job Clay!
(Britneys’ First Ever Steelhead)
Not to be out done, here’s Britney posing with her first ever
Hey guys, Just a quick one I’m posting from right here on the river this morning and I’ll try to post something with more details mid-week. Absolutely breathtakingly beautiful out here at the moment with all the fresh snow covering any recent signs of activity…
First tracks in at Green
This week’s fly features a famous nymph that is modified to evolve into a new technique known as Euro nymphing. This European method of fishing nymphs is a kin to the French, Spanish, Slovak, and Czeck styles of nymph fishing. The pattern deviates from the original traditional pattern by tying