at it's Finest" - Muskegon River Trout
hatches in the up coming month for
Michigan trout fishing are the Sulpher,
Gray Drake, Isonychia, and several
species of Caddis. Caddis emergers
are fishing the best during the day.
both rainbow and brown trout are gorging
on chinook salmon fry and copious
amounts of black stoneflies. Caddis
hatches are just getting started and
will be quickly followed by grey drakes
over the next few weeks.
If you are a trout
fisherman, the spring/summer of 2011
will be one not to miss on the Muskegon
River Gray Drake
the Summer Months, the Muskegon River
offers great Michigan Trout Fishing!
The Muskegon River
offers anglers prolific hatches, excellent
scenery, and a great tail water fishery
for numbers of Trout! The Muskegon
Is a Western style river with thousands
of trout per mile.
A swarm of Gray Drake
spinners hover over a riffle on the
mighty Muskegon River.
A selection a of Mojo Clown eggs. With
it's many color schemes, the Clown egg
works in a variety of conditions for both
resident Trout and Fall Steelhead.
There is nothing
better than casting a dry fly line to a rising 20"
Brown Trout. Over the holiday weekend, we've been rewarded
with 7 Trout approaching the 20" mark and this
is just the very beginning of great fly fishing for
Trout. Gray Drake fishing has been excellent.
July offers the some of the finest dry fly fishing in
We have dates open
for both full days and the ever popular evening hatch
trips- These trips start around 5pm - 10pm. This is
possibly the best chance to get into a trophy Muskegon
River Brown Trout.
Hatch fishing for Trout
during May, June, July and August.
We are sincerely looking forward to the introduction
of the "Bubbler System" above the Croton
Dam- This should make for some outstanding Trout Fishing
below the Dam in Croton. We could once again experience
Caddis Super Hatches!
Wow! What a change in weather! Cooler temperatures
forecasted and the fishing has been very good! Muskegon
River Trout and Smallmouth Bass has been great with
the huge amounts on Sucker and Steelhead fry. Fry
patterns have been the flavor of the month. Both Trout
and Smallmouth have been feeding heavily on fry. Trout
have also keyed up on Caddis emergers and or fry depending
on the weather.
Muskegon River Trout Fishing-
Anglers prefer the Muskegon River for it's prolific
hatches and great numbers of Trout available during
the Summer months. Large hatches such as the Gray
Drake spinner fall, Isonychia Bicolor, and Sedge Caddis
offer anglers Western Style dry fly fishing experience
Trout Guides- Michigan Fly Fishing Guides have three
full-time fly fishing guides on staff for Muskegon
River trout. We guide several rivers for Michigan
trout- The Muskegon River, Pere Marquette River, and
Manistee River. The Muskegon is our favorite since
it has the longest dry fly season and the most trout
per mile. Trout anglers can expect good numbers of
Trout to be brought to hand during guided fly fishing
trips. Trout average 10 -16" Trophy Trout during
Our guides have
a unique understanding on streamside entomology and
have spent their lives on the Muskegon River guiding
for Trout. We our passionate about fly fishing this
Welcome to Michigan Trout Guides
for the Muskegon River, Manistee River, and Pere Marquette
Rivers. Hatches in West Michigan include Gray Drake,
Gray Drake Spinners, and Caddis. Casting soft-hackles
on a sink-tip fly line is one our favorites.
May, June, and
July offer the best Trout hatches in Michigan. Join
our Michigan Trout Guides for great fly fishing action.