The Big Water of the Muskegon

February 22, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Field & Stream offers a synopsis of fly fishing Michigan’s Muskegon River for steelhead and chinook salmon. “The hot zone is the tailwater stretch from Croton Dam down to Newaygo. This is big water, as much as 300 feet or more across in some areas, and best fished by boat, which will also help get you away from the crowds.”