Thanks to all the dedicated people who braved the snowy roads to make it to Kevin Feenstra's seminar "52 weeks on the Muskegon River."
Category: Muskegon River
Save your spot for this great event at Creston Brewing with Kevin Feenstra. He'll take you through a full year of fly fishing the Muskegon River.
Thanks to the Grand River Fly Tyers and Rockford Brewing for hosting a great fly tying event.
Join us for an evening with Matt Supinski, author of "Selectivity", who will share his experiences and expertise, with a focus on how our local conservation efforts are helping to sustain steelhead and cold water resources.
Everyone’s welcome to join us in this effort of keeping the Muskegon River clean. This year’s goal is to beat last year’s 4,417 containers removed from the river. To be eligible for give-a-ways and the cook out, you must register at Bridgeton Boat Launch on the day of the clean-up. Launching begins at 10:00 am on Saturday, July 19.
Some of our SWMTU members were able to help Project Healing Waters by taking vets down the Muskegon River for an outing of trout and steelhead fishing.
From Nomad Anglers, here’s are a couple event that may interest you … Fly Tying Instruction at Schomhz Brewery (2600 Patterson Ave SE, Grand Rapids). Cost is $20. All materials provided. Please bring your vise, tools and fly tying thread – 6/0 black & 100 g.s.p. Please contact the shop so they can get a...
Our February seminar will feature fishing guide Jay Allen and includes dinner. He’ll talk about fly-fishing on the Muskegon River. February 5, 2014 at Stonewater Country Club 7177 Kalamazoo Ave. SE, Caledonia (map) 6:30 pm until 9:30 pm Cost is $30 per person and pays for dinner. Please pay via PayPal now or we can...
Here’s a quick video about some of the work Consumers Energy has done on the Croton Dam on the Muskegon River. It features local guide Kevin Feenstra. Michigan Hydropower Success Story from Andy Maser on Vimeo.
Late last week, SWMTU member Brian Gorman contacted the chapter about seeing low stream levels on Penoyer Creek, a tributary to the Muskegon River. He described the creek as nearly dry near Basswood Road with small pools of water where trout were concentrated. (link to Penoyer Creek map) At the Muskegon River, the creek seemed...