Fall is what fly fishing on the Muskegon River is all about! Weather patterns are shaping up nicely for some excellent fall fishing on the Muskegon.
In September, trout fishing with dry flies will be the main focus as the caddis hatch for rainbow & browns start to come back around when the cool fall nights trigger the hatch causing a massive feeding frenzy among the rainbow and brown trout population.
King salmon on the Muskegon starts early October and runs thru mid-November. With it brings excellent opportunities for very large rainbow and brown trout as well as very active steelhead seeking salmon roe dislodged behind active salmon redds.
Early October thru mid-December offers the best fall steelhead fishing on the Muskegon. Fall is your absolute best opportunity to experience the sheer power these fish have, as they fight harder in the fall over any other time of year on the Muskegon River.
Our bookings are filling up fast as October approaches, but we still have excellent dates available. If you’ve never experienced fall fishing on the Muskegon River you’ve got to give it a try. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran, a beginner, or a parent looking to have a great fall get away with your wife & kids give us a try. We offer all the means necessary to provide you with an excellent experience fishing the Muskegon River in the fall.
post by: Jon Fortuna