Category Archives: Spring Steelhead Fishing Muskegon River

Setting The Bar High! 18lbs~34 Inches!

Setting The Bar High!  18lbs~34 Inches!

(Tim with 18 pounds & 34 inches of Twisted Chrome Steel!!) Here’s Tim setting the bar high with his absolute monster steelhead weighing in at 18 pounds on the boga’s and 34 inches!  Had no idea the fish was this big while Tim was fighting it.  Thought Tim might be “taking his time” bringing the… Continue Reading

Saturday Steel Fever!

Saturday Steel Fever!

(Jennifer with an absolute brute of a Muskegon River Steelhead) Here’s Jennifer pictured top with her Aunt Dawn living the Saturday Spring Steelhead Dream on the Muskegon River.  Both ladies did really well for their first time steelhead fishing the Muskegon River with hooking some really nice steelhead and brown trout. (Dawn with a crystal… Continue Reading

Final Countdown To The Spring Steelhead Run!

Final Countdown To The Spring Steelhead Run!

Here’s Bert from Rodney, MI with some nice steelhead caught throughout the day.  Very good numbers of steelhead are in the river system.  It’s only a matter of time before conditions become ideal and the steelhead start to hit gravel! Water levels increased slightly today to the 2500 cfs level with a light stain.  Water temps… Continue Reading

Crystal Chrome Steel On The Move!

Crystal Chrome Steel On The Move!

(Tim holding this beautiful translucent chrome hen) Check out Tim’s absolute beauty!   Holding his translucent crystal chrome steelhead along with his son Andrew. (Andrew with the biggest of the day) Well it might not be the prettiest of the day but it was the biggest weighing in at 14lbs on the boga grips.  You… Continue Reading

March Steel Madness Begins!

March Steel Madness Begins!

(John with a beautiful “March Madness” steelhead from the Muskegon) Here’s John pictured with a gorgeous chrome steelhead from his trip this past Saturday. Remnants from the flood last two weeks are evident with high dirty stained water from more than 11,000 cubic feet per second (CFS) flow, which equates to approximately 10 to 15… Continue Reading