Muskegon River Fishing
Muskegon River: An Awesome Tailwater Fishery!
(Steelhead, Salmon, Trout, and Smallmouth Bass)
As winter fades away into spring, our focus changes to steelhead! The upper sections of the Muskegon River from Croton to Newaygo, hold volumes of fresh run steelhead, resident Brown Trout and Rainbow. March is the time frame for the annual migration of Lake Michigan Walleye.
Northern Pike, Musky, Smallmouth Bass, and Walleye are available on the Muskegon River during July and August. These are action packed guided fishing for warm water species during the summer.
As Summer begins, We look forward to wonderful trout fishing and and amazing hatches that the Muskegon River has to offer. Great populations of resident Rainbow and Brown trout rising to caddis dry flies!!
Our guides wait all season for the six weeks of the Gray Drake spinner fall, and may fly hatches of epic proportion with large rising trout! Please join us for some wonderful trout fishing on the mighty Muskegon River.
The Muskegon River offers a wide variety of resident Rainbow and Brown Trout. Incredible migrations of Chinook, Coho, Steelhead, and Lake Run Brown Trout. The ultimate tailwater fishery!
Steelhead is our game! The Muskegon River offers anglers the opportunity for Steelhead over 9 months a year. Late Oct. - Late May. Winter Steelhead.