Shop storeroom is closed per Governors orders, we know that a lot of you will be tying and may need product so we are doing the following We will be taking orders over the phone (leave voicemail) at 231-652-5386, Facebook or on shop email at email@example.com We can assemble your order and ship it or […]
These are troubling times for all of this but if we work together we can get through it. There are a lot of people going through hard times in our business including all of the guides who make a living off our river. Please make sure to reschedule your trip when appropriate they will need […]
Steelhead fishing continues to be productive and should continue to improve with the warmer temps. Spring flies liike eggs and stoneflies and trout beads have all been producing.
I have slacked off on keeping the site up to date lately so I wanted to let everyone know about the products we’ve added to our inventory since I last made a post on here: Scott Fly Rods Sage Fly Reels Raven Helix XL 5″ Centerpin Reels Ahrex and Kona Hooks EP 4.5″ Invader Brush […]
Steelhead fishing this fall has required some work (mostly due to the higher than average water levels) but has improved greatly over the last week. The river has also consistently dropped daily and is now at a level that is close to average for this time of year, making wading as well as swinging streamer […]
As is the case with fly fishing for trout, most anglers would probably say they prefer a topwater method that allows them to witness an explosive strike rather than fishing flies subsurface. Although it’s a hard fact that less oppurtunity comes when fishing topwater, its also hard to argue that that watching a bass explode […]
The First Flies we are going to focus on are minnow patterns. In my opinion they are as effective as any other patterns on our river and compared to fishing crayfish streamers, much for easy to use. Since the Smallies are looking up it is not necessary to sink a baitfish fly very deep. Although […]
Muskegon River @ Croton Dam: 2900cfs (just slightly higher than average for this point in the year) with good visibility. The water temp is just below 60F. Trout fishing has been quite good. Although we are yet to see any real significant hatches so far, there are some march browns, stoneflies and caddis hatching for […]
WATER TEMP 54 DEGREES FLOW RATE 3600CFS GAGE HEIGHT 6.71FT Steelhead fishing continues to remain very productive for late in the season with eggs, stoneflies, fry patterns, and streamers all producing fish. There’s still a mix off fresh fish, spawning fish and dropbacks available in good numbers. We’ve also started to see some really nice […]
We have been getting some good fishing reports or steelhead and trout fishing.