The rivers we primarily fish are the Grand River, White River and the Muskegon River for salmon, steelhead, trout, northern pike and both smallmouth and largemouth bass.
Full day guide trip for two is $425 and includes lunch, gear and all flies; Half day guide trip for two is $300 and includes a snack, gear and all flies.
We require a deposit of $225 for a full day and $150 for a half day, per trip, in order to secure your reservation. Once your deposit has been received, your date will be booked and your final payment will be due at the time of your trip.
The Grand can arguably be called the best steelhead and smallmouth bass river in the state. In addition, there is plenty of opportunity to catch salmon, northern pike, largemouth bass, walleye and the occasional muskie.
It is Michigan’s longest river at 252 miles and has several major tributaries that include, the Thornapple, the Maple and the Flat Rivers. In addition, there are several minor tributaries that feed into the system as well. Those include Sycamore Creek, Looking Glass, Rogue, Plaster Creek and the Red Cedar River. The main stream rises in Hillsdale County and flows through Ionia to Grand Rapids and to its outlet at Grand Haven on Lake Michigan. Many of the sections we fish offer solitude from the crowds, boats and other fisherman.
A hidden treasure among Michigan’s rivers and just under 20 miles from the town of Newaygo and is located between the Muskegon and the Pere Marquette Rivers. The topography is fairly shallow with plenty of gravel, riffles and holes to hold fish. During the fall and spring migrations it is a mecca for salmon and steelhead, as well as lake run walleye for the angler to chase.
The upper section of the river from the Croton Dam on down to the city Newaygo has strong runs of steelhead, salmon and brown trout. Because it is a tailwater fishery, this section rarely freezes and provides the angler with winter-time opportunity. In addition, the summer months offer the angler a fantastic opportunity to chase after smallmouth bass and northern pike. Moreover, muskie have been introduced into the system which in time should provide additional angling opportunity.