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Into The Wild Fly Fishing Guide Service

Escanaba, MI, United States

Endorsed by 1175 people

Upper Peninsula of Michigan's Number One Fly Fishing Guide Service


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Smallie season is a little way off, yet. But, it's sure fun to fill up the boxes with these. I'm trying out some colors and different eyes today. I have caught so many different species on these.
What do you guys think?  My best rainbow trout imitation. Only kidding. Not bad, for my first Yellow Perch pattern for Musky. Back to the 'Wings and Sabres game!  Vice time!
Tight lines, everyone and Happy Holidays!
Merry Christmas from ITWFF!  Christmas chrome!  Two hours of tough conditions, brought me a monster of a hen!  High winds, freezing guides... no problem!
A deadly sculpin pattern. This was a really interesting tie. My first time trying this upturned pattern. Now, if Spring could just get here...
Is Winter over, yet?  I'm really getting anxious to toss these Musky patterns. Tying season moves on.  I'll keep posting patterns and hopefully some overdue videos soon as well.

Tight lines, fly anglers!
Cold enough out there?  It's tying season here in the Yoop.  Breaking out the big guns for next year's Musky season!  Can't wait!  Think warm thoughts and bundle up, fly anglers!
Tight lines!
I might catch some heck for this but...   This is how I feel when I fish with my friends. Haha  only messing.

Tag a friend who you always beat when you fish!  =)
I wanted to inform our friends, fans and followers about smallmouth bass, (this Summer) but I get a bit wrapped up in guiding, tying and crushing these pigs.  

Be sure to release all bass. Especially, the large ones. For one, they are a perfect apex predator.  They do not stunt the growth of other warm water species, like northern pike do. It takes these amazing fish a ridiculously long time to grow to large sizes. Some of these large fish could be 10 years old or even older. These fish are also a trash fish to eat. I won't tell you what my Grandfather used to say about people who keep bass. =) it is funny, but not very kind.

These fish are easily caught, fun to fight and make for some of the BEST takes you will find on the fly. Remember guys and gals... what have you done for your favorite waters?

Tight lines!
Water is up, but falling. Temps continue to drop. Snow isn't stable, but will be soon.  Tying season is upon is. But, I've still got some more work on the rivers!  I hope you all take care in the cold, high water. Tight lines, everyone!
Water levels are up and fishing will become slightly tougher. Be sure to take your time and check your footing.  Good luck and tight lines, fly anglers!
Rain over the U.P. lately, but the fish are still active. We had a good weekend with people catching fish. Don't spend too much time in one spot. Find those feeding fish and keep moving. It won't be long before it's tying season and a long, cold Winter. Get out there and tight lines, fly anglers!


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