PMRL’S 2019 Gray Drake School

Michigan’s gray drake hatch is what dry fly fishermen and women dream of. Gray drakes usually start to swarm during evenings a couple hours before nightfall. Below the surface resident trout wait — and then gorge on the spinner fall.

This school will teach everything you need to know about gray drakes in Michigan and how to fish for the trout feeding on them. You’ll learn about casting, fly placement, feeding habits and fly tying.

The school includes two nights stay at the lodge, two continental breakfasts, two lunches and a half day guide trip. It costs $405/person based on double occupancy (Add $30 for single occupancy). The school takes place May 31-June 2.

Join us to learn about one of Michigan’s most prolific hatches and you’ll be prepared to hit the river.

For an itinerary and more info, click here. Please call the fly shop to book.

By Derek Draplin