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 start a few fish into the system it certainly won’t push too many for the time of year. Based on what I can tell the river is starting to peak on its flow. This will push some new fish into the system but most importantly move the current fish around and concentrate them a bit. Fishing should improve a great deal by the end of the week into next so if you can make it out we have guides available. The extended weather forecast has us returning to temperature that are more fitting for this time of year but still staying slightly above normal. Precipitation looks to be marginal as well so over-all fishing conditions should be very tolerable.