End of September Fishing Report

A lack of significant rain this month has local rivers running lower and clearer than normal and prolonging the salmon run. The upper Manistee river provided visibility like I had never seen before – it was a unique opportunity to see the water in greater detail as far as structure

September 24, 2020

Shop hours are 7am to 7pm daily. My next available date is October 13th at the moment and I still have plenty fall Steelhead dates in late October and November; let’s go fishing!! In the meantime we do have other guide and motel openings throughout the season still, just

Fall Colors

It’s so beautiful along the river right now it’s almost easy to ignore when the fishing is slow.  High skies, bright leaves, and snooty fish.  My dad and I made it out for a sweet float this afternoon down a suddenly deserted river.  it was tough.  The little olives were hatching

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September 23, 2020

Shop hours are 7am – 7pm Seven days a week!!!

Not much new to report…river is low and clear; fish numbers are down but we are having fun!!!  We might not be catching as many as “normal”, however we are laughing just as hard most days.  The biggest smile wins

Last day of Summer

Last day of Summer – RiverQuest Charters


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Fishing Report 9/21/20


Boardman River

Upstream Trout Water 

Where: Boardman River Nature Center – The Forks Campground When: Mornings & Evenings are best untill we get some cloudy days Dries: Patriots, Caddis, Beetles, Ants, Hoppers Nymphs: Prince Nymph, Red Tags, Pheasant Tails, Stoneflies Streamers: GO SMALL! Sex Dungeons, Zoo Cougars, Wet Skunks 

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