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Old 09-03-2011, 08:21 PM
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i am looking for a respectable and knowledgeable fly fishing guide/charter company on a river in lower michigan. i would like to book a full day trip with a guide willing to teach. iv looked several of them up but as i said i am looking for a seasoned person and not someone who just bought a pretty web page. any recomendations?
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You looking to go for trout, bass, pike? Are you looking in the Lansing area or Western or Eastern lower Michigan?
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Old 09-05-2011, 07:18 PM
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i am looking for trout anywhere within a 3 hour ride from lansing.
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I lived in Michigan until recently, but don't know about the guides. I passed your question on to a buddy of mine in Grand Rapids whose connected to a fly shop there.
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i am looking for a respectable and knowledgeable fly fishing guide/charter company on a river in lower michigan. i would like to book a full day trip with a guide willing to teach. iv looked several of them up but as i said i am looking for a seasoned person and not someone who just bought a pretty web page. any recomendations?
There's an Orvis shop in or near Lansing; check with them.

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i am looking for trout anywhere within a 3 hour ride from lansing.
Muskegon River ~ Feenstra Guide Service

About a 2 hour drive...

Kevin and his guides measure up to your requirements and then some...
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