(Muskegon River Brown On a Dry Fly)

Here’s a very healthy river brown from the Muskegon taken with a dry fly despite the high flows.

(Beautiful Muskegon River Sunset)

This is what it’s all about; peace and tranquility while dry fly fishing the Muskegon river during the best hatch of the year. The gray drake hatch only lasts a few weeks each year on the MO and offers up the best dry fly fishing for world class browns and rainbow trout.

Conditions are setting up perfectly for the start of the drake hatch. Caddis, sulphur, and gray drake hatches are making up the majority of the active flies right now as the high flows start to recede. The stage is being set for some excellent dry fly fishing!

post by: jon fortuna

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