PMRL’s 2019 Terrestrial School

Tossing big foamy hoppers or bushy stimulators can be some of the most fun summer fishing on Michigan’s rivers. Terrestrials often elicit ferocious predatory responses from small and large trout alike.

PMRL’s Terrestrial School will prepare anglers for the big bug season, when hoppers, ants, beetles, and anything bushy is on the menu. Anglers will learn everything from casting and fly placement, to fly selection and eating habits.

Black River brookie caught on a terrestrial.

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 August 9-11.

You’ll be hitting the banks for hungry browns in no time!

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

By Derek Draplin