This week, I interview Frank Willets of Pere Marquette River Lodge
about Michigan steelhead fishing. Frank grew up fishing in Michigan and knows the ins and outs of Great Lakes. . .
In this excerpt from the Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center, Tom Rosenbauer discusses where you should focus your attention when you’re looking for salmon or steelhead in a river. It’s. . .
You can still catch big steelies in low water.
Photo by Mike Daley
It’s a beautiful time of year on the Lake Erie tributaries. But low, clear water can scare many anglers away, as these conditions can produce spooky steelhead that will run for the hills the. . .
Longtime Great Lakes guide Greg Senyo and his then biggest steelie ever, a 17-pounder.Photo courtesy Greg Senyo
For this week’s podcast, we have an interview with author, guide, fly designer, and master steelheader Greg Senyo, who grew up in the Steelhead Alley region along the southern tier of. . .
This is the kind of wild steelhead that draws anglers from around the world to the Skeena system.
Photo by Jeremy Kehrein
Steelhead anglers around the world view British Columbia as piscatorial Shangri-La. Its beautiful scenery, wild rivers, and large fish that are fond of swung flies make it a Spey-caster’s. . .
This week’s podcast is worth listening to, just for the entertainment value of hearing a listener say he doesn’t listen to many of the podcasts because I. . . .
This week’s video from Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions walks you through a great nymph pattern to create flies that will attract steelhead, whether you’re fishing in the Pacific. . .
Although brown trout and steelhead are Chuck’s maine quarry, he loves fly fishing for anything that swims.
All photos courtesy Chuck Hawkins
Chuck Hawkins is the owner of Hawkins Outfitters, in Traverse City, Michigan. He has been fly fishing for more than 45 years and guiding for half that. He and his wife, Cherie. . .
Here’s a gorgeous video about fly-fishing for steelhead near Terrace, British Columbia, on the famed Skeena River drainage. The camera work, the scenery, and the fish are. . .
Written by: Ian Provo, The Provo Bros
Neil and our friend Cody with a nice steelhead.
My brother Neil and I just finished up another “Steelhead and Spines” journey to Southeast Alaska. For us, it’s the most important migration of the year. In the springtime, the mountains are in. . .