Has Spring Sprung on the Muskegon River? - RiverQuest Charters
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Fly Fishing Muskegon River

Has Spring Sprung on the Muskegon River?

Officially Spring remains a few weeks away in Michigan, but our recent high water incident has definitely brought our first significant push of Spring Steelhead on the Muskegon River. With the large influx of water we faced over the last week, the Muskegon River has certainly not been easy fishing by any means right now. Give or take, visibility remains under 24 inches. This will slowly improve over time but honestly, it is about as dirty as it gets.

Patience remained key today while we were out and ultimately it gave way to a successful day fly fishing on the Muskegon River! Pictured here is Tyler admiring a very fine Spring Steelhead.

Capt. Steven Kuieck

Fly Fishing Spring Steelhead Season will be here before we know it! If you’re looking to get out on the Muskegon River with a professionally endorsed guide to help you find Spring Rainbow Trout, Spring Brown Trout or Spring Steelhead, we invite you to give us a call at (616)293-0501 to hear our open dates or visit our Contact Page for more information. While spots will fill quickly now that we are into March, some of the best weeks are still available today although they won’t last long!
For more information on your next Spring Steelhead, Spring Rainbow Trout or Spring Brown Trout Fly Fishing trip on the Muskegon River, give us a call us at 616.293.0501. Or email us at info@muskegonriverlodge.com or fishon@riverquestcharters.com to find out which dates are still available!
Be sure to visit our website Muskegon River Lodge for more information on our beautiful secluded 12.5 acre wooded property with 400 feet of prime Muskegon River footage. Visit RiverQuest Charters to find out more about our services and seasons.  And Follow Us on FacebookInstagram or Twitter to see our most recent catches of Steelhead and Trout.
Steve Kuieck
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