The Flint river is 80 miles long, starts at the base of the thumb and flows southwest through the town of Flint. From there the river turns north to its confluence with the Shiawassee river near Saginaw. The Shiawassee river originates farther south than the Flint and flows northwest to Owosso. From there it heads mostly due north for the remainder of its 110 miles where it joins the Tittabawassee river
Our primary target on both rivers is the Smallmouth Bass. Both rivers contain healthy population of them as well Pike, Carp and Rock Bass. The gradient of the rivers are gentle and ideal for warmwater fish. Fallen trees, log jams, deep pools and boulder fields are the common hiding spots for our target species.
A day of guided fishing with a Motor City Anglers guide is relaxing, exciting, and a day of learning. Our guides are passionate about fly fishing and sharing that knowledge with everyone in their boat.
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