Muskegon River - Michigan

Fishing Report - Muskegon River - Michigan - 14/06/2008
Report: Hatch Info: Bugs, Bugs, Bugs... Prolific hatches at this time of year! Sulphers, Caddis and Gray Drakes!! If you are a true fly fisherman, this is the time to fish! Hatches and spinner falls have been very good on warm evenings. Lots of dry fly activity just before dark, producing some of the biggest trout of the year during the spinners falls. Sulphers are producing many rising fish in the mid-sized range. Gray drakes are producing the big boys! Medium water levels and massive abundance of salmon fry also have larger trout on the feed with streamers during the day.

Hot Patterns: Gray Drake Spinners, Spent wing drakes, Gray Drake soft-hackles, Sulpher emergers, Sulpher duns. Sucker spawn and smaller pheasant tail nymphs also producing good numbers of trout through out the day.

Streamer Patterns: Bi-polar parr, small minnow patterns, Mallard spider, Zoo Caugar (yellow or ginger) (231) 652-3189

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