Trout Season Friday Review—05/18/18
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Trout Season Friday Review—05/18/18

trout season

A welcome change of pace… Trout season is here.

Cheers, Steve.

While our Steelhead season has come to an end, our bookings at the Muskegon River Lodge for the Spring Brown Trout Season and Spring Rainbow Trout Season for Muskegon River Fly Fishing are coming together nicely! If you are not yet on the schedule to stay with us at our beautiful lodge in Michigan for some great Brown Trout & Rainbow Trout fly fishing but are interested in staying in our spacious Muskegon River Lodge, we invite you to take a moment and give us a call at (616)293-0501 to check out our open dates or email us at to get more information.

Our lodge is privately secluded and sits on 12.5 wooded acres with 400 feet of prime Muskegon River frontage, and the Muskegon River Lodge is the official home of RiverQuest Charters guests, a “Catch and Release Only” fly fishing guide service. Ideally located amidst some of the Muskegon River’s finest steelhead runs and dry fly water, the Muskegon River Lodge offers superb fly fishing literally a cast away from the deck overlooking the river. In addition, our guests are spoiled to superb meals cooked just for them by our private Chef.  While we’ve begun taking reservations, we still have openings and some of the best weeks are still available for the upcoming Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout Fly Fishing season but they won’t be available for long. The great news is that we have plenty of Trout in the Muskegon River, and it’s only going to get better with each passing day! We truly believe 2018 will afford us some of the best quality steelhead fly fishing and trout fly fishing we’ve seen for some time.  Visit our Contact Page to reach out to Muskegon River Lodge or check out our rates.


Steve Kuieck
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