SJRVFF AWARD NOMINATIONS

The SJRVFF Awards have been a long standing tradition in the club. We want to recognize those that make SJRVFF such a special membership. The form below details the nomination requirements. From the esteemed “Joe Mitchell” to the light-hearted “Oakie Drifter” these awards embody what it means to be a fly fisherman. 2017 Nomination Form […]

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2018 West Michigan Fly Show

The West Michigan Fly Show will be held January 13th and 14th, 2018 in Grand Rapids Michigan. Hotel and Accomodations: Rooms have been blocked off at the Baymont Inn & Suites, Byron Center. Rooms are $114 plus tax. Call 616-583-9535 with the code name “West Michigan Fly Show”. Reservations must be received by the Baymont […]

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SJRVFF Salmon Outing 2017

When: October 14th, 2017 Where: Muskegon River (Thornapple Avenue Landing) Description: SJRVFF will be on the Muskegon River October 14th, 2017 for the annual salmon outing. Fighting salmon all morning will raise appetites, but Johnathon Savoy has you covered. Johnathon will be providing chicken and andouille gumbo, cooked in a dark brown roux with bell […]

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SJRVFF Welcomes Pat Ehlers

Capt. Pat Ehlers lives in Franklin, WI. Pat opened his fly shop, The Fly Fishers Inc. in 1988. Pat has guided throughout Wisconsin and the Great Lakes as well as in Montana and Alaska. Pat is a licensed United States Coast Guard Captain. He has taught fly-fishing schools, fly-casting and fly tying classes around the […]

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SJRVFF Welcomes Jay Anglin

Jay Anglin started guiding anglers on the creeks and rivers of Michiana in 1996. Eventually founding his company Anglin Outdoors, Jay now guides anglers and hunters 12 months a year. He learned how to fly fish on the streams of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula as a boy and within a year he was tying all of his own flies for future excursions. A Northern Indiana native, Jay honed […]

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