Best & First

Best & First – RiverQuest Charters

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Fall weather & chrome

Fall weather & chrome – RiverQuest Charters

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Flat-out Perfect!

Flat-out Perfect!

The Newaygo Chamber of Commerce must have ordered a picture perfect weather forecast for today, including a request for cooperative steelhead and salmon, because it proved extraordinarily pleasant. I had the distinct pleasure of guiding the three member Rudolf group on a day that felt like

A Trip Well Worth It!

A Trip Well Worth It!

All the way from Northville, Michigan, high school senior Nate brought this pretty early run steelhead to hand. After  losing another steelhead just as I was about to net it, needless to say, Nate, Dad Matt, and I were totally pumped to put

Muskegon River Fishing Report – October 16, 2021 – Newaygo, Michigan

Muskegon River Fishing Report – October 16, 2021 – Newaygo, Michigan

I AM struggling a bit to hold this very thick Pere Marquette river Chinook salmon that Richard got while fishing with brother Bob a short while back.

The Muskegon river fishing report for October 16, 2021 in the Newaygo,

Return To MI

Return To MI – RiverQuest Charters

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Color tour

The maples have dropped their leaves along the river and yet the rest of the Au Sable valley is pretty plain.  Up north, in the hills, the colors are still just turning.  The lack of fireworks int the foliage is undoubtedly a disappointment for those who don’t fly fish.  For

  • Source: Gates Au Sable Lodge
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