Muskegon Steelhead

Ryan caught this fabulous steelhead fishing with guide Drew Rosema.

October 24, 2016:   Some  steelhead and lake run browns are here.  Nymph fishing behind spawning fish produces nice browns and rainbows as well as steelhead.  Tan caddis hatches continue in the parts of the river close to the dam.  Swinging flies is working around the gravel areas and in some of the classic steelhead runs.    There has been a lot of debris in the water in the form of leaves and grass so flashy patterns are recommended.

New Stuff:  I have added a series of images to our photo website about the migration/life cycle of a steelhead.   These are all images of fish in the wild.   It can be viewed here.

We continue to sell DVDs at  You can also visit the video links section of this site to see a trailer for ‘Striking Steel’, our latest DVD.   Also, check out the fly tying materials section–Many people have requested Australian Possum skins and they are now back in stock.      The specials page has some great deals.

Interested in seeing more photography?  Check out Kevin’s SmugMug site here or find him on instagram.

Muskegon River At Croton

  • Water Temp: 56.66 ° F
  • Flow: 1260 ft³/s
  • Water Level: 4.78 ft