While fly fishing satisfies as we enjoy the river, our surroundings, our beloved catches, and time away from our busy lives, I think we fish, in part, to make memories. Some of my fondest memories fly fishing are the times around the fire or table sharing our experieces with our friends. Certainly, catching a a 20″ brown trout or an outsized chrome steelhead on a Spey rod is rewarding, but replaying those moments with friends is nearly as good or better!
Memories are what we are all about at the Muskegon River Lodge. Whether its on the river with our RiverQuest guides, in the man cave enjoying a great cigar, or indulging with one of Chef Heather’s almost sinful desserts after sharing one of her five course dinners. Sharing experiences like these only enhances what our sport is all about-making memories.
Recently, while listening to the conversations our guests were having with one another, a common theme kept replaying. While the fly fishing is central to the RiverQuest/Muskegon River Lodge experience, our guests can’t seem to stop talking about the phenomenal cuisine prepared by Chef Heather. Having been fortunate to enough dine with some of our guests, I attest that we’re truly fortunate she is part of our group. Next time you visit the Lodge, do yourself a favor and add our chef services to your stay. You’ll be glad you did!