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Brutal Success

"Anything easy aint worth a damn!" ~Woody Hayes That great quote pretty much sums up the trip for the first spring crew from MRO. Brutal winds and 6 inches of snow provided every excuse in the books today, but sheer determination and a love for...

3/16/13

Record-shattering heat will continue across Michigan this week. That was the actual headline from the GR Press exactly one year ago today. The air temperature for the day was 79 and the water temp was 40. We had better tans than we do on July 4th...

Icy-Water Firsts

Icy-cold water continues challenge steelhead fisherman on the Mo'. New fish have taken the higher-water bus ticket towards their upstream destinations, however their willingness to cooperate remains a game of inches–they're just not willing to move a long ways to feed in 34 degree water....

Show season Wrap-up

The 2013 show season is finally behind us, and now we can exclusively consentrate on fishing. One of the benefits of attending the shows both for industry people and attendees alike is the opportunity to see all the latest-and-greatest new gear. While there certainly have...

Muskegon River trout – 3/7/13

It may be old out but the fish have not been notified that it is too cold to eat. Fishing has been excellent in regards to numbers as well as hold-overs. Early brown stoneflies have become a pattern to fish. MO scuds...

The Muskegon–Proven

Back to trout today, and to say the Mo' is consistent would be an understatement. RQ guide Jay Allen and I were back out trying to finish up a few photo requirements for a coming magazine article featuring our beloved Muskegon River trout. The river...