Michigan Fly Fishing Guides for the Muskegon River Steelhead, Salmon, and Trout. Muskegon River.

Michigan Fly Fishing Guides for the Muskegon River Steelhead, Salmon, and Trout. Muskegon River.
Betts Guide Service - "The first and only name in guided fishing in Michigan". Guided Fly Fishing on Michigan's Muskegon River, Pere Marquette River, and Manistee Rivers for Salmon, Trout and Steelhead. (231) 519-7348

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Manistee River King Salmon - Salmon Fishing Report- (231) 519-7348

Now offering Manistee and Pere Marquette River Thunderstick trips for early Season King Salmon. Full day trips are 8 hrs and begin early morning around 6am and finish around 3pm. Afternoon half-days are also available from 4pm till just before dark. $250 for two anglers.
Do you want to learn to catch trophy Chinook Salmon and Steelhead and Pere Marquette or Manistee Rivers? Do you enjoy bone jarring strike or fish that about jerk the rod out of your hand? Well come join us on Northern Michigan rivers for early season Salmon. Manistee River Fishing Report
We also offer guided float fishing trips with floats (bobbers) and Skein salmon eggs under a float. This is a very fun day on the water with limits of salmon landed daily. The Manistee River is also home to the World-Record Brown Trout landed bt Tom Healy and Tim Roller. Who knows, you could land the next world record Salmon or Steelhead!

Manistee River Fishing Report: Salmon are just now entering the river is good order. The lower sections near Insta-Launch and Matson's Campground are beginning to produce some really nice fish. Cooler northeast winds have been the key to more salmon. Cooler night and and rainfall have also helped the bite. Some Skamania Steelhead (Summer-Run Steelhead) have also been landed along with Fall Steelhead and Coho. Best baits have been floats and spawn. Casting crankbaits or Thundersticks have also worked well.

Pere Marquette River Report: The lower sections of the Pere Marquette River are also fishing well for early Chinook Salmon. Indian Bridge, Custer, Scottville, and Iris Rd are all producing some nice fish. Ludington Charter boats are also doing well in Pere Marquette Lake. Stinger spoons producing the most fish. There should be very good numbers of both Salmon and Steelhead in the Pere Marquette River through September-October.