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Summer Fly Fishing

Is it August?

Gosh, finishing out the month of May with a weeks worth high temperatures in the middle to upper 80's certiainly isn't something any of us could have predicted a few weeks ago as snow flakes drifted up and down the river valley.  Fortunately our cooler...

First Time

Josh has fished from California to the Bahamas but never  fly fished for trout, so we started with a gray drake dry, once he got the casting down it was game on. Then in the afternoon we fished streamers and then went to fishing with...

Fantastic

Dry fly fishing is about as good as it gets right now on the Muskegon River. Pictured is Jerry with a truly awesome brown trout that took a drake this morning off his 7.5' 3wt! Have a great Holiday Weekend! Capt. Steven Kuieck...

Warp Speed

I don't think Mother Nature understands a gentle progression of one season to the next. Last week we were easing along toward summer and bam, 85 degrees weather rolls in and we jump to mid July! Needless say, we went from having a few drakes...

High & Low

From far upstream to far downstream smallmouth bass fishing is pretty consistence. Surface streamers and poppers are the name of the game if delivered by good casts near likely structures. Day to day feeding activity seems to go in shifts–the bass just seem to go...

Solid Week

It's been a solid week of summer fly fishing on the Muskegon River. Capt. Don reports both largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and a good number of pike have made up the day to day. Top-water fishing remains the go-to, but streamer fishing has filled in...

Pass it on

As a fly fishing guide, many of the seasons best days are reserved for customers. Personal time on the water is often reserved for R&D and days off are deligated to catching up on life away from the river. Though all of those parts of...