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Indian Summer?

Indian summer is fast becoming a cooker! Morning fishing is very predictable, but the afternoons under the high skies have the fish a little shy. Steelhead numbers continue to improve, landing them has proved to be a whole different story! Pictured is Michigan Tech student...

10/5/11

Ron and Bob, neighbors and best friends, joined me for a day on the Muskgon fly fishing for Kings.  Although fishing was more challenging today than yesterday, the guys hooked fish throughout the day.  Once again, chartreuse caddis and steelhead orange/chartreuse nuke eggs were our...

October Trout Fishing

After a few grueling days on I-80 I find myself back floating to the cadence of the Muskegon. It has only been a few weeks but some notable changes have been made to the salmonid community since my previous trips. The "brutes" have...

10-4-11

One would be hard pressed to script a more perfect day of fall Chinook fly fishing: spectacular weather, freshly arrived happy Kings,  zip fishing pressure, and great company.  Dave and Tom, long time colleagues in my past professional life and good friends forever, hooked any...

Still wet wading!

Indian summer has made its way into Michigan and looks to be here for the foreseeable future. Salmon fishing is solid with many fish in the deep troughs and shallow spawning areas. The Darby crew joined Dave and I and kept us smiling from...

10/2/11

Absolutely gorgeous fall day on the Manistee with brother-in-law Jack and his grandson, Keenan!  Excellent water flow with salmon on or near gravel in very large numbers.  Jack and Keenan are new to fly fishing, but both caught on quickly to the cast and line...

It won’t be long!

Finished up with Mark, Arif, and Dr. Padaria today. Salmon fishing was fair but the resident trout were eager. Water temps are dropping and the increased flow has the doors for the magic carpet ride open, it won't be long and it will be rocking!...

Dr. Shoaib–a world away

It certainly was nice to be back on the Muskegon River today! Salmon fishing is spotty but available if you are patient. Trout fishing remains strong both with nymphs and streamers. The river took a very nice jump in flow today and will advance the...

Leaving with a bang

Finished up on the Man with Dan and Pat today. Fishing was great and so was the company. While the numbers of fish certainly won't compare on the Muskegon for a while, the solitude and beauty of our home-waters are calling and I can't wait!...