Rain at night…..

Last nights strong storms made for some terrific morning dry fly fishing today on the Muskegon. While we had some shots at some really “good” fish, we were more than happy with some solid trout. Drakes & sulphers were abundant and cripples kept the trout looking up for a good

River Report May 31, 2018

May 31, 2018

The Old Au Sable Fly Shop Fishing Report

It’s been Africa hot for a good ten Days.  I haven’t worn a pair of waders yet on a guide trip.  Wet wading is supposed to be a wonderful relief in July and August heat.  So far, it’s been

Muskegon River Fishing Report – May 31, 2018 – Newaygo, Michigan

Muskegon River Fishing Report – May 31, 2018 – Newaygo, Michigan

Bluegills on light fly rods….what fun !!

The Muskegon river fishing report for May 31, 2018 in Newaygo, Michigan is about the unseasonably HOT weather most of the Midwest has seen over the past week.  With record temperatures in

3rd times the charge

Lots of effort went into Mike’s photo opt (pictured above) today. We set up on this brown trout three separate times and just when I was packing my bags to call it a day Mike hooked it on his very last drift! I couldn’t have been more relieved and satisfied

Brown bugs drakes!

The annual infestation that is the brown drakes has begun on all three branches of the Au Sable.  Brown drakes are like a rogue wave that leaves behind it a bunch of bedraggled, sleepy anglers, some broken rods, ripped waders, and a lot of dirty vehicles.  It happened last night

May 30 2018

Full on summer mode!!

The fishing is now transitioning into summer mode, both trout and smallmouth are available for anglers on the Muskegon river, the PM is in hatch mode, where the fish are keying in on specific hatches offering anglers chances at large weary brown trout. These fish key

  • Source: Rivers Bend Guide Service
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May 30 2018

Kings…Kings… more Kings is the name of the game on the big waters of Lake Michigan, The fishing on the lake has been great for most ports from the southern end, moving north past Ludington to at least Frankfort from the reports I’ve heard. The fish are running large and

  • Source: Rivers Bend Guide Service
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