INTERMEDIATE SKAGIT LINE FOR SALMON AND STEELHEAD
We have a completely redesigned our Skagit head series for 2021. Leaving the traditional, level-belly Skagit tapers behind, our new lines are fully tapered from end to end. This provides the smoothest power delivery from the rod, through the line, to the tip, and ultimately to the fly. We have painstakingly optimized the tip diameter of these heads to cover a broad spectrum of sink tip lengths and weights. No matter what you attach to the end, this line will deliver it accurately with authority.
The intermediate head swings deeper and slower than it’s floating counterpart. Our intermediate Skagit excels at waking up lethargic fish with a deep, tantalizing presentation. It is available in a moss green color that is visible at distance, but not too obnoxious. The back of the head is identified with a black band that contrasts well with bright colored shooting lines.
Water Type: Freshwater
Daniel (Danno) White
1884 Fly Shop is less than a half mile away from the beginning of the "Flies Only" Section M-37 boat launch site. 1884 Fly Shop is thee "Destination Fly Shop" in the area! We have the most extensive inventory in the area, for all your Fly Fishing, Switch/Swing/Spey needs.
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The Pere Marquette river is a designated Blue Ribbon Trout Stream in Michigan. The main stream of this river is 63.9 miles (102.8 km) long, running from Lake County south of Baldwin into the Pere Marquette Lake, and from there into Lake Michigan. This river is named after the French Roman Catholic missionary Jacques Marquette, who explored the Great Lakes and Mississippi River areas during the mid-17th century. He died in the vicinity of the river in spring 1675 on his way from Chicago to the French fort at Mackinaw.
National Wild and Scenic River designation.
The upper portion of the Pere Marquette runs approximately 44 miles (71 km) from the forks of the Little South and Middle Branches downstream to highway M-37. In 1978, 66 miles (106 km) of the river was designated a National Scenic River. This section begins near Baldwin at the junction of the Little South and Middle Branches and continues until the river meets U.S. Highway 31 in Scottville
8510 S M-37 Baldwin, mi 49304
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