Matt Supinski of Michigan will be conducting a special seminar in Rangeley featuring our Landlocked Atlantic Salmon and it’s history and relation to the Atlantic Salmon. Matt is an active fishing guide, author, and respected speaker. The Rangeley Region Fly Shop decided to hold the seminar on the weekend of June 29 – 30. It will be hosted by the Rangeley Inn and all the details can be seen right here.
The weekend-long event will also be featuring local Rangeley and Maine fly fishing experts and talent like:
Brett and Sue Damm of Rangeley Sport/Fly Shop and Guide Service
Selene of Maine, heir to the Carrie Stevens/Gray Ghost streamer tying tradition
Bill Pierce of the Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Historical Museum
Greg Burchstead, noted Maine fly fishing aficionado
Chef Joanna Farrar, owner of Classic-Provisions Catering, who will be preparing a Gourmet Atlantic Salmon 4 course dinner at the Inn Saturday night open to the public, featuring Chef Supinski’s classic French recipes from the NEXUS book, alongside Farrar’s extremely talented culinary passion, and local Rangeley musical talent.
Saturday Supinski will offer seminars and clinics on “Into the Mind of Atlantic and Landlocked salmon”, techniques, behavior, science, history, evolution from North America and around the world, along with fly tying with the other creative celebrity participants and authors on Historical perspectives and Maine Landlocked tradition.
Sunday will be a daylong “boots in the water” streamside fly fishing clinic on the famous Magalloway River with Matt and expert staff and participants, covering all aspects of fly fishing for Landlocked Atlantic Salmon.