July 20 2022



Almost august! Things should get very interesting here in Ludington in the next week or so, the next 3 weeks typically give up the biggest, baddest, meanest King salmon of the year!! We still have a handful of morning openings if you are looking to get out on

  • Source: Rivers Bend Guide Service
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Low Water

Hope everyone is enjoying the summer and had a great 4th of July.     Trout fishing on the Pere Marquette River has been up and down, with lack of rain the river is extremely low.   Even our Hex hatch kind of came and then fizzled out.  Right now, Terrestrials and assortment of

  • Source: Outfitters North, Jeff Hubbard
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Mid-July Fly Fishing Report

It’s mid-July and the major hatches have come and gone on the Manistee and Boardman Rivers. With the lack of rain the past two months, river levels are low, and so is the water table, resulting in significant daily river temperature fluctuations. Our spring-fed rivers need a supplied water table

Skinny water

The charm of a creek is that when you’re wading up one, it’s kind of your kingdom.  The water you’ve waded through is roiled, the trout spooked.  The water yet unfinished is as pure as if you weren’t there at all.  You become the intersection of trammeled and not.  The

  • Source: Gates Au Sable Lodge
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Fishing Report 7/13/22

Well, I have to say the weather this July has been fantastic. We’ve been seeing daytime highs in the upper seventies and low eighties. Just perfect for July if you ask me and much better than the nineties we’ve seen in past years. 


Although most of the big

Muskegon River Fishing Report – July 13, 2022 – Newaygo, Michigan

Muskegon River Fishing Report – July 13, 2022 – Newaygo, Michigan

The Muskegon river fishing report for July 13, 2022 in the Newaygo area focuses on the continued Smallmouth bass fishing, with an occasional appearance by a Northern pike and a Walleye here and there.

With next to no rain

July 12, 2022

Shop Hours are still 8am to 6pm daily!!!

It’s hard to believe it’s almost Mid-July…WOW!!!  Time flies when your having fun chasing trout.  It’s certainly not over!  It’s attractor season and terrestrial time.  Either early mornings trying to beat the heat or late afternoon with some mousing…that is my program

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