Mike Schultz
Mike Schultz (known as “Schultzy” to most) is the Owner of Schultz Outfitters Fly Shop & Guide Service specializing in Southeastern Michigan angling, instruction, and destination travel.

Born and raised in the Great State of Michigan, Schultzy has been immersed in the outdoors. After graduating from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Business Administration, he started guiding and working in the fly-fishing industry full-time. Logging countless hours on the water each year, Schultzy has developed a vast knowledge of Midwestern waters and beyond. The bulk of his guiding and angling takes place on his home waters of Southeastern Michigan; These Rivers offer world class warm-water fishing. His angling travels have taken him from Patagonia to Russia and many places in between.

Over the years with the help of the Huron River Watershed Council, he founded the Huron River Single Fly as well as the Huckin’ for the Huron. Both are annual fundraiser that takes place on his home waters of the Huron River; Michigan’s Blue Ribbon Smallmouth stream. During the spring of 2014 Schultzy was honored with the HRWC Partner of the Year award.

Schultzy is a member of the Simms Fishing Products ELITE and YETI Ambassador programs, and is a member of the Scientific Anglers, Costa Del Mar, Clackacraft, and Regal Pro Staff. His signature fly patterns are available through Fulling Mills.

He currently resides in Dexter, Michigan on the banks of The Huron River with his wife, Allie and sons,Tanner and Dylan.

Corey Haselhuhn

Corey “Sleddy” Haselhuhn grew up on the shoreline of Lake St Clair, where he was introduced to the sport of angling at a very young age. In his early teens he began tying flies, and learning how to cast.  With more than a decade under his belt chasing fish avidly with a fly rod in his hand, he has built a lifestyle around warm-water species. His fly fishing travels have taken him everywhere from Alaska, the Florida keys, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, and northern Wisconsin. Corey enjoys chasing everything that swims with a fly, with carp and musky being two of his favorites.

His care and patience is second to none!  The greatest gift in his angling career has been the ability to share his knowledge and experiences with others. Being able to pass along his true “passion” in life is his ultimate goal. He believes fly fishing has no set boundaries and should be fun and available to anyone regardless of where they come from.

James Hughes
Born and raised in Michigan, James has always had a passion for fishing. At age 10 his parents bought him a fly tying kit and a fly rod. It didn’t take long before James was catching smallmouth on the fly in the Raisin River near his home. He has a fondness for warm water species of all kinds, but especially pike, smallmouth and carp. James also enjoys swinging for steelhead whenever they are available.

After moving to Ypsilanti in 2008 for college, James began fishing the Huron River every chance he could. While he finds smallmouth bass a joy to fish for, he is truly a carp enthusiast. Fishing nearly every day, James honed his angling skills for carp and has truly gotten to know the fish, their moods, and their hangouts.

James has a degree in Biology from Eastern Michigan University and currently lives in Ypsilanti, MI. Outside of guiding, James spends his free time hanging out at the fly shop, tying flies, and fishing with his fiancé, Amanda.

Jay Wisnosky
Jay has over 10 years experience teaching fly fishing lessons and 7 guiding. Growing up in northeast Pennsylvania he was surrounded by limestone streams and spring creeks, and in his teens fell in love with fly fishing. During graduate school, he landed his first job in a fly shop at the Chicago Orvis store in 2002 and taught city slickers the art of fly fishing. His Midwest adventures included chasing trout, steelhead and salmon along the tributaries of Lake Michigan and the Wisconsin and Michigan interiors. After three years, he returned to PA and became a guide, where he hosted trips on the Lehigh, Delaware, and Susquehanna Rivers and in the Cumberland and Lehigh valleys.

His love for taking fish on the fly is only superseded by his desire to share his knowledge and passion with the fly fishing novice. Be it in the fly fishing classroom or behind the oars, Jay takes pride in delivering an enjoyable and productive experience for all. Jay and his wife Erica live just a short walk from the Huron River in Dexter, MI.

Greg Senyo
Avid entertainer, fly fisher, fly tier from Girard, Pennsylvania and the southern shores of Lake Erie. Greg has dedicated the past 20 years honing his fly fishing and tying
techniques while fishing and guiding tributaries most anglers today call Steelhead Alley.

Greg is the owner and operator of Senyo’s Steelhead Alley Outfitters, which is an all-inclusive educational fly fishing guide service on Lake Erie Tributaries. Along with a
dedicated staff of seasoned professionals, Steelhead Alley Outfitters has become notorious for the level of service they provide to their guests in all phases of fly fishing
and fly tying.

Greg can also be found assisting Will Turek with Midwest Spey, and on the retail side of the industry due to his partnership with Mike Schultz and Schultz Outfitters.
Greg is actively working with Hareline Dubbin Inc. and Flymen Fishing Company on new product development, innovative fly tying materials, and field testing of the latest fly
fishing tackle. Greg is a long time contract tier for the Orvis Company, winning the prestigious fly tier of the year award in 2008. Greg is also a member of the Simms
Ambassadors, Regal Vise, and Hatch Reels Pro Staffs.

Many of Greg’s steelhead flies, materials, and outfitting services have been featured in numerous national publications, fly fishing books, and magazine articles. Some of these fly patterns have helped inspire the way toward new age Great Lakes fly pattern design. Greg’s many other activities include fly fishing around the country, writing for several outdoor and sporting publications, Participating in regional events, fundraisers, and youth organizations were fly fishing, fly tying, and spey casting is the focus. Greg’s First book titled “Fusion Fly Tying” Steelhead, Salmon, and Trout Flies of the Synthetic Era was
just released in September 2015.

Greg also makes time and serves his community where he is the Asst. Chief for the Village of Wayne Police Department in Wood County, Ohio.

Justin Pribanic

Justin Pribanic grew up fishing the trout streams and warm water rivers of Pennsylvania with his family. His passion for fly-fishing started at the age of 12 and has continued to grow.  Justin has traveled and fished all over the country, from the east coast surf and blue water to western rivers.  Justin has worked in various shops and guided for over 10 years. His time guiding being split between northeast saltwater species that included striped bass and false albacore from the spring to the fall with the remainder of his time spent on Great Lake tributaries.

When not in pursuit of fish on the run he is after just about anything else that swims, from largemouth and smallmouth bass, to carp and musky. When not fishing, Justin can be found fly tying, a passion equal to that of fishing. You can find many of his custom flies here at Schultz Outfitters. Justin has been featured in numerous fly-fishing publications from the Drake, American Angler, Greg Senyo’s “Fusion Fly-Tying” and Tosh Brown’s “The Blitz”.

Justin is a licensed guide in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio running a Towee Skiff and ClackaCraft HeadHunter.  He is excited and proud to be part of the team at Schultz Outfitters and looking forward to sharing his knowledge and passion for all things fly-fishing both on the water and in the shop.

Eirik Vitso
Born in Trondheim, Norway, a passion for angling and the outdoors was not out of the ordinary. After moving to the United States when he was just a toddler, Eirik was raised in the Ann Arbor area and graduated from Michigan Tech in 2008.

With family ties bringing him to the AuSable River, Huron River, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, and back to Norway, Eirik was quick to fall in love with fly fishing.

Eirik has spent much of his life exploring every watershed that he could fish with a fly; from the small creeks and rivers in the Upper Peninsula, the AuSable River for Trout, the Huron River for Bass & Pike, rivers and lakes in Norway for Trout & Grayling, – even the Sierra Nevada’s in California for Golden Trout.

After nearly 15 years of fly fishing, Eirik joined Schultz Outfitters guide staff. Eirik and his wife Vanessa live in Ypsilanti, Michigan.