Scott Fly Rod Company

December 17, 2014: The Muskegon is currently at 2,300 cfs. The river is clear and water temperatures are in the upper 30's. Fishing continues to be spotty but productive. Attractor patterns with blue and silver flash are good in the falling temperatures. Sculpins, gobies, and other baitfish patterns are effective in the rocky sections of the river. Lake run browns remain common as a bonus species.

Brad caught a couple of fantastic lake run browns today; this one took a sculpin.

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We are about to release an exciting new steelhead DVD, entitled Striking Steel. This video is designed to help you catch steelhead in the worst and best conditons. It includes sections on fishing structrure, reading the water, and fishing/tying bait fish patterns. The trailer can be viewed here.
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