Greg Senyo

Avid entertainer, fly fisher, fly tier, and pastry eating expert hailing 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 also 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 numerous pro staffs around the country. Many of Greg’s patterns have been featured in national publications, fly fishing books, and magazine articles. Some of these 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 also makes time and serves his community where he is the Sergeant for the Village of Wayne Police Department in Wood County, Ohio. Greg is the department’s field training officer, and certified instructor for the states Hooked On Fishing, Not On Drugs campaign. This state program was designed to help steer at risk children toward fishing and away from drug abuse.