June 22, 2022

Hey guys, yep, I’m still kicking! Haven’t been posting much because, quite frankly, I’ve had all my days blocked off for other things and I haven’t been fishing “much”. (Also, been taking “somewhat” of media break in this world gone mad that’s about to get quite serious for a

June 17, 2022

This is going to be short and sweet.  The magical month of June is happening!!!  The river is low and clear, but running warm in the lower sections.  Gray Drakes, Damsels, Yellow Sallies, Big Stones, Iso’s and hexes are going to start hatching heavy any day!  Excellent time to be

Bugs on the water

Spring has shaped up to be some good Trout fishing on the Pere Marquette River. We were blessed this year to see a good number of Gray Drakes in the air. With the colder weather the last couple weeks the spinner falls have been decent.   The cooler weather brought the

Mid June Fly Fishing Report

With the dog days of June upon us, the trout fishing has been tougher than we have come to expect for this time of year. The big bugs of June have been fickle – as have most hatches so far this year with the spastic and erratic extremes in weather

Summer’s Here

The bass have moved into their summer mode, the Grand River is running a little higher, a little more stained and the tributaries are running lower and clearer than we like.  We have


It really is 92 in the shade.  We’re poling riverboats, not flats skiffs, and the trout don’t like the heat any more than any of us do.   The hex is a warm water bug, and these are warm water conditions.  The river temps are borderline or beyond right now, though

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Muskegon River Fishing Report – June 14, 2022 – Newaygo, Michigan

Muskegon River Fishing Report – June 14, 2022 – Newaygo, Michigan

My son Jack with a solid Muskegon river smallmout bass caught while out with dad the other day !

The Muskegon river fishing report for June 14, 2022 in the Newaygo, Michigan area focuses on the pending “change of

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