Working for it

Hope everyone is doing well and had a great Thanksgiving with their family and friends.  Hard to believe that December is here that’s until walk outside in the morning. We have snow on the ground and the mornings have that Winter bite to them now.  Steelhead fishing really hasn’t changed

  • Source: Outfitters North, Jeff Hubbard
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With the end of deer rifle season, there’s newfound silence in on the river.  Time to fish.  I spent last week tidying up my gear in anticipation of a little fishing this week and weekend…most of which doesn’t appear like it’s going to happen.  While I didn’t have a big

  • Source: Gates Au Sable Lodge
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No Monday Blues

No Monday Blues – RiverQuest Charters


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Muskegon River Fishing Report – November 29, 2021 – Newaygo, Michigan

Muskegon River Fishing Report – November 29, 2021 – Newaygo, Michigan

MSU Freshman and SE Michigan resident Mathew holds a nice Muskegon river steelhead caught while fishing with dad on their annual “day before Thanksgiving” outing.

The Muskegon river early winter steelhead season is still in progress and will be

Home Sweet Chrome!

(Tim with a Muskegon River Silver Bullet)

Here’s Tim from Northern Indiana with the crown jewel of the Muskegon river; a hard fighting chromed out Muskegon river steelhead!

(Tim’s very first ever steelhead)

Here’s Tim first ever steelhead from the Muskegon river that just happened to be a beautiful chromed

Late November Fishing Report

The fall steelhead season continues to be challenging and inconsistent. The mild weather of fall impacted how many fish came into the river and now that late fall temperatures, snow, and dropping water temps are prominent, the steelhead spigot on local rivers like the Manistee and Betsie just got turned

Sweet rewards

Sweet rewards

Brad and his wife Amy joined me for the past few days to swing flies for steelhead. As the case has been the last several years they’ve been dealt some tough weather nearly every visit. Yesterday was no exception with very windy conditions and cold temperatures.

November 22, 2021

Howdy Ya’ll,

No filter here and this kind of office view never gets old!

First off, I want to say thank you to everyone who’s been wishing me a happy birthday today via text, e-mail, messenger and social media. It’s been a great one so far, albeit a little cold,

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