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Salmon and Steelhead Hooks
First class. Conveniently located on our 10 acre facility.
In the history of every industry, one name usually stands out as the driving force behind its very existence. In fly-fishing, that name is Scientific Anglers™
Shooting lines from Rio and Scientific Anglers
Northern Michigan presents many options for fishing smallmouth bass on the fly.
Lines from Rio for all spey fishing applications. Floating spey lines to the Skagit Series lines, we have your spey needs covered.
Steelhead are a major draw to fly anglers in Michigan.
We carry streamer patterns designed specifically for Michigan and the Great Lakes region, with many designed by Ray Schmidt.
Wider than the original flashabou to fit the needs of the saltwater tyer. Each Strand is approx. 1/16" wide.
Fish this fly slow and deep for trout and steelhead.
Unbelievable action on the swing brings steelhead to this spey fly
Jointed means action, action means more fish!
Traditional streamer in productive colors. You should have a couple in your box.
Egg patterns for steelhead, salmon and trout
We added hot yarn butts to these flies for extra fish attracting color.
Available in 6 fish-catching colors!
Our original stinger hook streamer patterned after our Madonna streamer.
The fly that is changing the way fly anglers fish King Salmon
This is our number one steelhead pattern, period.
Keeps flies floating in a variety of temperature situations
Improve your fly line's floatation with Scientific Angler's Fly Line Dressing.
Used in place of deer hair for those sinking sculpin type flies. This comes soft tanned in colors you can't find just anywhere. Pushes water and sinks quickly to get your flies down.
Add flash to your streamer and spey bodies with Senyo's Barred Predator Wrap.
This stretchy dub is perfect for streamer bodies.
Give a unique fishy look. 5 bands for 23 legs/pkg.
Hand selected prime tails, naturally barred. Used for wings and tails on flies from dries to salmon flies. A real natural material used in lots of patterns.
A watercolor print that showcases northern Michigan's Coho and Chinook Salmon, as well as the Steelhead.
The caddis is a staple fly for migratory fish in the Great Lakes region.
This thermometer, jacketed in a protective metal case, measures stream temperatures in fahrenheit. Includes a pocket clip and lanyard ring.
Strung Marabou is the best selling marabou for fly tiers.
Strung Rooster Saddles dyed over white
Strung Rooster Saddle Natural Colors
Permanently Waterproofed. A 1.2 Denier. 1.5 staple synthetic material. This makes a fantastic tight body on dries for size 28 and larger. Great hatch matching colors.
Thin strawlike, water absorbent material excellent for nymph wing cases, scuds, sowbugs & crayfish.
Swing Fishing by Matt Barthels
As we move into November, river conditions and fish behavior begin to change. The last of the salmon have died off and the eggs that have flooded our rivers for the past two months have started to taper off. The diminishing amount of caviar around will have the steelhead in the rivers moving into sandier lies and looking for different food sources. This opens up the opportunity to utilize one of the most exciting techniques we use for steelhead--swinging.
Spey Lines by Matt Barthels
With the two handed and swinging scene starting to gain popularity, there have been a lot of new developments in spey equipment. One of the largest areas of development is in spey lines and shooting heads. These are constantly changing and improving in both castability and fishability. Guide Matt Barthels explains the innovations that both Scientific Anglers and RIO have made for spey lines.
Spring Steelhead Techniques by Nick Homan
Oh, the joys of spring steelheading on the fly!
Surgeon's Knot by Ray Schmidt
Step-by-step instructions for tying a surgeon's knot.
Sac Fry by Ray Schmidt
The sac fry is a stage in a fish's life. This pattern attracts feeding steelhead and trout.
Schmidt's Estaz PCP by Ray Schmidt
We have taken the original PCP (peacock, copper, pheasant) and kicked it up a notch with estaz! Steelhead, salmon, and trout enjoy dining on this fly.
Schmidt's Articulated Marabou Spey Instructions by Ray Schmidt
This fly presents itself to fish with an incredible amount of movement in the water.
Schmidt's Epoxy Hex Nymph by Ray Schmidt
The Epoxy Hex is yet another version our our orginal hex pattern. You can't have too many hex nymph patterns. This is a good one.
Schmidt's Antron Estaz Bug by Ray Schmidt
The Antron Bug is a souped-up version of the Springs Special.
Schmidt's Egg by Ray Schmidt
Egg fly, glo bug, yarn fly--you name it, it's simply the best steelhead catching fly! Learn to tie it here.
Schmidt's Articulated Rattlesnake by Ray Schmidt
Ray Schmidt's Articulated Rattlesnake
A Schmidt Outfitters fly pattern that should be in every angler's fly box is the Articulated Marabou Spey.
Salmon Snake Pattern Instructions by Ray Schmidt
This is the fly that is changing the way fly anglers fish King Salmon. With a 10 weight rod and a 350 to 400 grain Streamer Express fly line, this fly brings Kings slashing.
Schmidt Outfitters is Now a TFO Flagship Store by John Gouker
News about new TFO products as well as information about our designation as a flagship store.
Schmidt's Rabbit Muddler (Madonna) by Ray Schmidt
The Madonna pattern is one of those patterns that catches everything. The pattern was designed as a trout fly that turns out to be a great small mouth bass streamer also.
Selecting a Fly Rod by Schmidt Outfitters Staff
How to avoid some common pitfalls in selecting a new fly rod.
Steelhead Rigging Techniques by Ray Schmidt
Learn the basic rigging techniques for steelhead on the fly. PDF document.
Stripping Streamers for Trout by John Gouker
Like stripping streamers for big trout?
Swing for Kings! by John Gouker
Swinging flies is a popular fall fishing method for steelhead, but why not try it during the fall migration of salmon? John Gouker explores the idea of using switch rods for salmon in northern Michigan.
Swing Into Spring by John Gouker
Swinging flies for steelhead is a fun, productive method not to be overlooked.