Sunday, November 27, 2011

Muskegon River Fishing Report

The rain we got last night turned the lower Muskegon River to chocolate milk with the small feeder creeks swelling quite a bit.  The fishing started out a little slower than it's been but once we ran up into some cleaner water we did quite well.  The river is up to 2,500 cfs and should rise more over the next day or two, this should shuffle quite a few fish around and pull any hiding in the wood out into the open.  Ben and Todd are pictured below with a few Steelhead they caught back bouncing spawn today.

11/27/2011  Chrome Steelhead freom a wet November day.

11/27/2011  Back bouncing for Fall Steelhead.

11/27/2011  Ben is all smiles on the Muskegon River.

11/27/2011  Todd with a nice Muskegon River Steelhead.

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