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01/17/08

I fished with my partner Don yesterday for a day of R&D. We spent a good deal of time fishing a Spey/Indy technique that proved not only effective but pleasurable to fish. Medium sized egg patterns along with stone flies produced fish.  Tippets were in...

1-16-08

What a great day on the Muskegon River fishing with Captain Fred Vargas. Broken landing net, surprise hook ups and great weather. Don...

01/13/08

  You might have thought it was March by the number of boats on the water today. The river above Thornapple has cleared considerably since Friday while the water nearer to Henning remains heavily stained. The water has also dropped considerably-nearly 450cfs in about 24 hours....

01/11/08

New chrome are in the system! The river is high and dirty; my favorite conditions. The river is just starting to drop with the flow at 3100cfs down from 3270. The water temperature has all started to head back down as well; now at 36...

1/09/08

After a very quick snow melt and temperatures in the 60's the Muskegon is actually flowing above normal. Water flow currently is 3270cfs and 2.2 degrees Celsius or 36 degrees Fahrenheit. The water is still very cold and though this push of water will jump...

12/30/07

Near normal water flows are now greeting us on the Muskegon. Steelhead numbers are fair to good now with the latest push of water. Water temps are hovering around 35-36 degrees which by no means make it easy fishing but for those that are willing...

12/19/07

The last two days on the Muskegon have been classic cold-clear water winter steelhead fishing days. Small nymphs such as caddis and stone flies are taking more fish than egg flies now it seems. We however have had some action on oregon cheese nuke eggs....

12-10-07

Small stone flies and small egg flies were the key for today. The steelhead today just didn't want there picture taken. Pictured is Bob with one of his trout from today. Don...

12/6/07

Still 14 degree air great us this morning as we launched the boat. Put in at Thornapple to fish up today but extremely icy ramp conditions made things interesting. Getting in was no big deal but the lip on the launch for the "deep spot"...