Casting a spey fly in fading light in October is a great way to catch a steelhead. When fishing is tough, often you will get a pull on the last cast of the day. This photo was taken on the Muskegon River near Henning Park.
It is always better to have a friend row a boat than to row one yourself. This picture was taken near the well known area of Pine Street on the Muskegon River.
Casting a swung fly in the winter isn't the easiest way to get a fish but it sure is fun when one takes. The solitude on the Muskegon River in the winter is fantastic.
Success! A big chrome steelhead takes the fly.
Diffuse light is great for the fishing and for photography.
This is a classic summer scene on the Muskegon
Casting in fading light produces big smallmouth bass in August!
Spey casting is a beautiful method that also catches fish! Here an angler wades and casts a d loop on the Muskegon River.
That's me fishing on a spring day. Photo is taken at Carmichael Flats, a well known Muskegon River area and a personal favorite.
When the water is colder than the air in the spring, a gorgeous morning fog can form over the river.
The spey rod and fall colors on Mighty Mo.
Casting to structure for smallmouth bass in the summer. Willow trees are common and smallmouth love them on the Muskegon River.
Late afternoon on the Muskegon.
Spey fishing Muskegon RiverMuskegon RiverKevin Feenstra