The Muskegon River near Newaygo, MI is running above average flows at this time due to the heavy rains that came through most of Michigan this past week. Levels bounced around for a few days and have since settled around the 2200 cfs mark, with average being around 1800 cfs. It’s literally a buffet […]
Recently released Brown trout on the Muskegon river. Chris (above) and Brad (below), with a sampling of their late spring steelhead fishing on the Muskegon river. Mark (above) and Mary (below), with a couple of steelhead from their recent outing on the Muskegon river. Muskegon River Fishing Conditions The Muskegon river near Newaygo, MI is […]
Over the last week-10 days, the Muskegon river has gone through some big changes. It has gone from a river running well above normal flows, with water temps in the low to mid 50’s & insect hatches just getting going pretty good, to well below average flows, somewhat erratic hatch activity and water temps that are now […]
Muskegon River – Newaygo January 15, 2012 The Muskegon river near Newaygo, MI is running near normal flows for this time of winter, however flows seem to be changing randomly due to unusual fluctuations coming out of Croton hydroelectric dam. This is not normal and I’m not sure what the reasoning is for such erratic […]
Bob (above) from GA and Lanny (below) from OK, with a couple of very acrobatic fall steelhead caught yesterday on the Muskegon river.
Don, from Holland, MI, with a nice Pere Marquette Chinook salmon taken on a recent trip.
The Gordon father-son outing yielded some amazing results this fall! Blake (above) with a nice fresh female salmon and Dan (below), with a dominant male salmon caught this past weekend on the Pere Marquette river….nicely done fella’s!! John (above), with a clean, green and mean, smaller salmon caught while fishing with Tom (below), who […]
Bob S., from SE Michigan, with a nice, feisty male salmon caught on the Pere Marquette river. Bob had “one of those days”, which we all hope to experience in our fishing ventures…nicely done doc !
A “duker” of an early run, Pere Marquette river Chinook Salmon….she took a “lickin’”, but was released just fine and we hope she makes a bunch of babies just like her!