Skamania Mania!

(Bert with a rare Skamania Steelhead)

Here’s Bert from Rodney, MI with a very long 31″ skamania steelhead from the Muskegon River that smashed a leach pattern.

(Tale of the Tape)

The length and width of this steelhead resembles a skamania (summer run) steelhead originally planted in the Big Manistee

Sweet Fall Chrome!

(Mark with a beautiful fall chrome steelhead)

Here’s Mark from Madison Wisconsin with an absolutely beautiful crystal chrome fall steelhead from the Muskegon River.

Good numbers of fall steelhead have made their way up the river system with the recent push of water from the rain and colder weather.


The Tamaracks

The last tree to change is the tamarack.  It turns golden-yellow before dropping its needles into the river.  Then the river is golden-yellow and that’s when you know that winter is coming (if you didn’t know that already).  The brown trout spawn when the tamaracks are golden.  There are a

Tough swinging

Tough swinging – RiverQuest Charters


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Beautiful Day!

(Marie & Greg with her first King)

Here’s Marie and her husband Greg from Big Rapids, MI helping Marie hold her first ever king salmon from the Muskegon River.  Great job Marie!

(Greg with a Muskegon River King)

Not to be outdone here’s Greg with a fresh Muskegon River king

October 27, 2020

First off, a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who participated in our annual Fall River cleanup on Saturday!!! We wound up with another 6 or 8 folks after this photo below was taken and a total of 10 boats that made their way down the river cleaning up after others

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