A time to reflect

As I sit here on this cold December evening typing what will probably be the final report of the year I find myself thinking of the last few trips and thinking of the year to come. The last few weeks found us fishing our home waters and running around the

High water continues

High water continues

The Muskegon River remains high. No major precipitation is forecasted in the near term so the river will slowly fall over the next several days. Full sinking lines and weighted flies are pretty key on the two-handed rods. Larger flies nymphed on the soft seams

The dreaded thaw

I hate to see a good snow wasted, not only because I enjoy skiing, but also because all that cold snow melting into a river on a warm day is more enticing to the angler than to the trout.  I don’t have nearly enough digits to catalog all the seemingly

December 14, 2021

Hey guys, as you can see from the graphs below, despite the additional showers overnight, the river, as of now, continues to drop in the upper reaches and has leveled off in the far lower from the peak spike that this past Saturday’s storms and snow melt brought us.


River Is up

Hope everyone is doing well and enjoyed the weekend.  Pere Marquette River is on the rise we finally received some water in the river over the weekend. Heavy rains and snow melt has brought it up quite fast and it’s still rising.   The deck has been re-stacked in the Steelhead

  • Source: Outfitters North, Jeff Hubbard
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December Sunshine

December Sunshine – RiverQuest Charters


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