Here’s a very unique long and skinny crystal chrome Muskegon river steelhead. With this steelheads body structure being so long and skinny it almost looks like a Skamania which is a summer run steelhead originally planted in the St.Joseph and Big Manistee river systems here in Michigan.
Water temps are dipping down to that 40 degree and below water temps forcing the steelhead to gang up in their winter lies.
Good numbers of steelhead are present throughout the river system. With the continued strong flows and a brief warm spell next week should raise the water levels and bring more steelhead up from the lower stretches of the river system.
We have winter fishing dates available during this Christmas and New Year Holiday season. Great way to spend 4 hours of fishing the warmest part of the day with your friends and or family during the Holiday break. Heaters are available in the boat and the steelhead fishing has been strong. Great way to introduce yourself, friends or family to fish for one of the most powerful fresh water big game fish in North America! Click here to book a trip!
post by: jon fortuna