I had a chance to get out and fish Monday and Tuesday this week. Monday was really slow but yesterday things seemed to really pick up, we saw more salmon in an hour and a half than I have all year, it really seemed to turn on overnight. There were a lot of fish on […]
The Muskegon River, in addition to providing world-class fishing for salmon, steelhead and trout, is alsoone of the best small mouth fisheries in the area. Smallmouth Bass are one of the toughest, hardest fighting fish in freshwater and are perfectly suited to be pursued with a fly rod. Here is a short intro on what […]
We want to let everyone know that we will be putting on a showing of the The F3T Fly Fishing Film Tour again this year. It will be on April 22 and at the Dogwood Center in Fremont. Tickets aren’t available quite yet because we have just nailed down the date and all but we will […]
We have been getting some good fishing reports or steelhead and trout fishing.
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.
Not much of a “transition” from trout to smallmouth fishing this year. All of a sudden Boom! The water is in the mid 70’s and it is DEFINITELY time to switch over to smallmouth if you care about the trout. It’s just too hot to be able to target trout without taking a toll on […]
Thundersticking the deep water for kings continues to be productive. Here is Charlie with one he got this evening.
Picture of a nice Brown caught on Stone fly The few people getting on river are doing fairly well. Steelhead are still hitting egg flies and beads plus stone flies and fry patterns. Yesterday with the warm weather there was a good hatch of Stones with some nice Browns being caught. Remember to practice […]
There are plenty of steelhead and lake run brown trout in the river and it look’s like the next week or so is going to provide us with some decent weather and some comfortable conditions to get out and fish. Things are supposed to cool down quite a bit this weekend but it looks like […]
Fall weather is finally here, and since it also came with spring like rainfall, steelhead season has really picked up. The water has started to come down and is currently flowing at 4440 CFS with the gage height at 7 1/2 feet. Water temps also experience a decline from 61 degrees on Monday to 57 […]