Plan A Trip
The Muskegon River, being a little over 200 miles long, is the second largest river in Michigan and has access points in Muskegon, Newaygo, Big Rapids, Croton Township, and Evart. The river meets Muskegon Lake and from there connects to Lake Michigan providing a natural migration of Salmon, Steelhead, Trout, and Bass to Muskegon River.
The Grand River is the largest river in the state covering a span of 262 miles across Pure Michigan passing through Grand Rapids, Lansing, Grand Haven, Jackson, and Eaton Rapids. The Grand River is so large it was split into 3 governing sections: the lower, the middle, and the upper. The lower Grand River, pictured by MGROW, runs through Grand Rapids which was named the Nation’s 6th best fishing city by Field & Stream Magazine. The lower Grand River is home to many Steelhead, Salmon, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout, Coho, Skamania, Catfish, Bass and Walleye.
Pere Marquette River
The Pere Marquette River is in the Northwest portion of Michigan’s lower peninsula meeting Lake Michigan in Ludington. The natural fish reproduction, water quality, and accessibility qualify the Pere Marquette River as a Blue Ribbon Fishery destination by the U.S. government. The Pere Marquette River is roughly 70 miles long.
Big Manistee River
The Big Manistee River is almost 100 miles long flowing through the Tippy Hydroelectric Dam and into Lake Michigan. The Big Manistee River has a lot of access points and is home to high populations of Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and Smallmouth Bass, with runs of Chinook, Fall Steelhead, Spring Steelhead, and Coho Salmon.
4 Hours . . . . . $250
Full Day . . . . . $400
Number of Anglers
Charters are available for up to 3 people. The first 2 are included in the price and the third is an additional $100 to cover materials.
Tips are not included in the guide fee and normally average at 20% of the guide. Tips are not an obligation but much appreciated.
If trying to book, cancel, or change a date that falls within 48 hours please call (231) 750-0673