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Genetic Dry Fly Hackle
Keep abreast of the issues concerning the Great Lakes region.
The best in Michigan fly fishing for steelhead, king salmon, coho, trout and smallmouth bass.
Our guides spend an extensive amount of time on the water giving "swimming lessons" to flies, and as a benefit to you, have compiled articles imparting their observations.
Gadwell Barred Flank Natural
The name might be strange, but the fly works!
This is Kelly Galloup's jointed Zoo Cougar.
Kelly has some weird names for his flies...this one is no exception. It is deadly.
Kelly Galloup ties this fly on a keel hook so it rides "hook up" to crawl over stuff.
This fly pattern has the best action of all of Kelly's big fish flies.
Ray Schmidt says this is a great articulated wool-head swimming minnow pattern.
This is Kelly's signature fly--for a good reason--big fish love this fly!
"World's Best Dry Fly Dressing"
Glo Bugs Yarn is the egg pattern tiers choice when it comes to making salmon egg flies for salmon and steelhead.
High gloss, heavy build head cement. Also a great cover coat for fluorescent lacquers. Thin with fl. thinner.
Mastery GPX is a Weight Forward floating line designed as an excellent general purpose fly line.
Grizzly Marabou is great for woolly buggers.
Galloup's S. Dungeon by Ray Schmidt
Kelly Galloup's streamer and one of his most effective.
Galloup's T&A Bunker by Ray Schmidt
Kelly Galloup is one of the most innovative fly tiers there is! The T&A Bunker is no exception. This fly looks and wiggles like a baitfish. You can download Adobe Acrobat for free if you do not have it installed on your computer.
Although our guides have all of the rods, reels, and flies on board for your fishing trip, there are some items that you will need to bring with you.
Gurglin' Trout by John Gouker
This is a new twist on an old favorite. Guide John Gouker has been experimenting with the Gurgler--for trout!