Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Drakes are BACK!!!!



They're BACK!!!!...Siphlonurus gray drakes- truttasaurus manna from heaven! -morning and evening spinner falls for the next six weeks- here is your chance to get a 20 inch plus brown on the dry !-one of the most intense spinner falls you will ever witness anywhere on the planet- check out or new "hatch matchers" special on our website







Monday, May 14, 2018

Trout maddness has begun on the Muskegon!!!!- 2018 spring hatches are soon here!

The spring hatches of Gray Drakes and sulphers are ready to begin! We are obsessed about our trout, and we treat what we do as a passion- our approach, our creative fly patterns etc., it's not just another job/ money gig as some others look at their service. Our blogs and Facebook pages show the hard core results.We also specialize in getting young adults and children into the sport- so vital for our future!
 With the amount of big browns I have been posting thus far this spring, May and June will be epic!- ...imagine catching 18-20 inch fat plump browns and rainbows on a 4 weight on a gray drake spinner or sulpher emerger- all going to happen soon!- make sure you are there to expierinece it!- we still have some good openings and with the good water flows and tempertaures, we are very excited about what is to come in the next 6 weeks!...call or email us for openings! ...cheers!, Matt Supinski

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Blessed by Michigan's "ground-zero" wild brown trout Mecca

                         ( stunning wild brown from  ground zero German Bachforellen genetics from 130 years ago, caught this morning on a small wooded spring creek down the road from our lodge on my day off. Our cold sandy soil Michigan spring creeks exist everywhere in this magnificent Salmo filled Pure Michigan mecca! Both browns and Atlantics are doing well in our fertile Michigan waters)
I was engulfed by the pure essence of spring this morning.I forever see myself reverting to my boyhood dreams- chasing brown trout in my native small wooded spring creeks of my youth in western New York and Poland along the Baltic that forever bring back nostalgic fond memories. There is something special about foraging the woods as you pry the log jams and undercut banks for an aggressive /ambushing brownie ready to preform its kill artistry to perfection on your bouncing sculpin/game changer ( this one tied by trutta stalker Paul Zagorski). It is hunting and stalking in its purest form as an angler.
This morning I decided to get off the big river, with its loud jet boats, hustle and bustling pace, and immerse into an enchanted forest like the stalking forager man was designed to be. Found wild flowers, springs, fiddle-heads- no morels yet, because the ground is still cold, but they are soon to come. 

This tiny jewel of a spring creek was one of the first creeks in the western hemisphere to get the first "ground-zero" batch of fingerlings in a milk container thrown from a train bridge on the old Pere Marquette railroad. The beautiful story is coming in my soon to be released "Nexus" book from eye witness testimonials and log notes.
Enjoy the images- they tell the tale. So blessed to live and be in "ground-zero" trutta waters!














Monday, May 7, 2018

Steelhead run still going strong...big browns on the hunt...hatches ready to explode

( Chris Hefner from Denver last week with an awesome steelhead- they are running very large this year!)
Our water conditions are ideal and slightly on the high side. Great numbers of steelhead still coimng in the river- the rest of May until Memorial weekend will see steelhead continue to come since we are running a month late due to a bitter cold spring.
Got a 25 inch brown on Thursday and more big brownies are showing up as water temperatures warm up. The Gray Drake/sulpher and caddis hatches are ready to explode- some American March browns on the water just starting.
May and June are going to be epic wiyth the cold spring retaining lots of water in the aquifers on the tailwaters and sproing creeks-still have some great open dates to expierence wo;rd class fly fsihing- especially to teach your childern and young ones the beauty of the sport and outdoors!
cheers-na zdrowie!
Matt
( stunning Muskegon brown taken recently- some amazing fish have been caught in the last week!