Friday, October 4, 2013

Muskegon River Salmon

There are already good numbers of Salmon in the Muskegon River this fall and more are on the move.  The river is low and clear and water temp is in the mid 60's which is high for October.  Once we get a drop in water temp down into the 50's we should see a decent push of fall Steelhead follow all these Kings looking for an easy meal of eggs, which should be plentiful this year.  We have been fishing eggs under floats for Salmon with a little back bouncing mixed in and we should have another week to ten days of good egg fishing bringing us right into Steelhead time.  I am booked out thru November aside from the 30th but still have plenty of early December dates available for Fall Steelhead for anyone interested.  Dan brought his wife Robin along with him for this year's Salmon trip and she did very well for her first time float fishing for Kings, below are a couple pictures from their two day trip on the Muskegon River.

What a way to start, Robin's first fish on day one was 28 lbs!!!

Dan following up with a nice hen.

Another for Robin.

Dan with a dark buck.

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