March 16, 2019

up river at green cottage 3/16/2019

The Pere Marquette is currently out of the banks in places following thunderstorms on Thursday and Friday. Snow and colder temps are helping in slowing the amount of run off and the river should be at a better level in a couple of days.


Fishing Report 3/16/19

 Happy St. Patrick’s Day Everyone

As the snow is slowly melting in Northern Michigan, the fishing is starting to pick up. The Boardman, Betsie and Manistee rivers all have steelhead and will continue to receive fresh fish with the warmer temperatures predicted for next week. Expect higher water but still

Is Spring Here to Stay?

Steelhead fishing the last couple of weeks on the Pere Marquette was pretty good, despite the colder weather and drop in the water levels.  Still not a lot of New Spring fish around,mostly Fall-Winter fish in the system. The river now is rising due to rains and melting snow

March 15, 2019

Conditions just below Green Cottage at 9am.

Ive got tomorrow oft so I’ll post a full report then, but as if this moment the river is still in its banks up here intne fly water. Saw a few fish out on redds yesterday, that should be helpful today! ;^)

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Muskegon River Fishing Report – March 15, 2019 – Newaygo, Michigan

Muskegon River Fishing Report – March 15, 2019 – Newaygo, Michigan

Paul holds a great Muskegon river steelhead from yesterdays outing

The Muskegon river fishing report for March 15, 2109 is about the fishing we “had” and that which will follow, but now we have to wait for the flooded


March 14, 2019

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Warm temperatures and thunderstorms put a serious dent in our snow pack. The Muskegon is forecasted to get pretty big for a few days. How big remains to be seen.

Long overdue are quality trout regulations on the Muskegon River. Biggining

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Join us at Streamside, Saturday, March 16 from 10am to noon for a FREE lecture on basic aquatic entomology. Learn the basic life-cycles of mayflies, caddis flies, stoneflies, and which are of greatest importance to fly anglers throughout the season. Bring your questions.


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