Current Works Guide Service, LLC

Current Works Guide Service, LLC
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Address Traverse City, MI, US
Phone(231) 883-8156

About Current Works Guide Service, LLC

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Current Works is the fly-fishing guide service of Ted Kraimer and is operated with the idea of getting you into the most enjoyable and best fishing around. With so many species to choose from, four seasons to fish in and different watersheds, all within an hour’s drive of Traverse City, you will come to learn why Field & Stream magazine has recently named this area as one of the Top-10 best fishing towns in America.

Spend a day floating the Upper Manistee River in a drift boat casting dry flies to selective trout, bouncing nymphs for Steelhead and Salmon on the Betsie River or the Big Manistee river bellow Tippy Dam in a Jet Sled, stripping streamers & poppers for Smallmouth Bass on the Manistee, wade fishing on the Boardman river or stalking Golden Bones (carp fishing) on the flats of Grand Traverse Bay – you will understand what makes this area such a great place to fish.

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Latest News

By Seamus on 4/7/2024 10:06:24 AM • Views (21)
Steelhead fishing on the Manistee and Betsie Rivers has been slower than normal for this time of year. While we have received some rain events over the past two weeks the fish haven’t showed up in significant numbers but rather just a trickle of fres...

By Seamus on 4/1/2024 10:07:38 AM • Views (16)
Some rain last week gave the rivers a nice little bump in water flow and some additional steelhead moving upstream from lake Michigan. Clarity is still really good on the Manistee River below Tippy Dam and is a little more stained on the Betsie River...

By Seamus on 3/20/2024 10:54:29 AM • Views (18)
With the official start of Spring this week it seems that Winter is making up for some delinquency bringing  us some cooler temps wind and snow. Steelhead fishing continues on the Manistee River below Tippy Dam and Betsie River with water conditions...

By Seamus on 3/13/2024 6:29:07 PM • Views (17)
Significant rains after the last fishing report brought the Manistee and Betsie River levels up quite a bit and added some color which encouraged steelhead to migrate upstream. Since then the water levels have fallen pretty much back to normal levels...

By Seamus on 3/4/2024 3:08:17 PM • Views (18)
The mild winter continues with some back-and-forth weather but we are experiencing more warmer days than cold ones especially for the beginning of March. The snow we received this winter slowly melted into the ground replenishing the water table rath...

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