We fish for steelhead and other big fish in Lake Huron and Saginaw Bay

Welcome to the Thumb Chapter of Michigan Steelheaders

June 18, 2012 By

Welcome to the Thumb Chapter of the Michigan Steelheaders. We are committed to promoting, enhancing and safeguarding our great lakes fisheries. As a chapter of the Michigan Steelhead & Salmon Fisherman’s Association (MSSFA), our mission is to take part in educating the general public on improving, preserving and promoting sport fishing on the great lakes and their tributary streams and rivers. We do this by working closely with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, with other chapters, local sponsors and our members. Our involvement ranges from state and federal regulation reviews to tournament sponsorship and environmental projects. Our great lakes resources are fragile and consistently under pressure. The more members we have, the stronger our voice in protecting these resources. So, if you enjoy our fisheries, we encourage you to join our ranks for fun and preservation of our clear blue waters. Bring your sons and daughters too! They are the future of our club, great lakes and everlasting fish stories.
Fish on!

Huron Daily Tribune Article

September 19, 2015 By

Huron Daily TribuneRich Harp from Huron Daily Tribune has written an excellent article on the Thumb Chapter. The article features an interview with our President, Kevin Ramsey where he discusses some of the great events we sponsor and our contributions to the Great Lakes fishery.

Check it out here.

2015 Pig Roast Coming Up

August 4, 2015 By

2015 PigRoast

Veterans Enjoy a Day of Fishing compliments of Steelheaders

July 22, 2012 By

Here are a few pictures from Sundays Warriors Charter fishing day in Harbor Beach sponsered by the Thumb Chapter of the Michigan Steelheaders. We had WW II Vets thru Afganistan Vets out fishing today. Lots of Steelhead,some Lakers,Salmon.  Two Big  Brown Trout around 10 lbs were caught by the Nick and Bruce DeShano. After a good lunch any Vet who wanted their fish cleaned simply dropped them off at the fish house and they were cleaned by the Capts. and their crews. A fun day for all. Continue Reading