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Ports Species Boat Information
BIG MANISTEE RIVERSalmon, SteelheadKatch Me
29.5' Pro-Line
http://www.centurycircle.com
Reservations
KATCH ME CHARTERS
SEAN MCDONALD
206 W. Second,Scottville,MI,49454
231-510-2072
E-Mail: riverguide@hotmail.com

BIG MANISTEE RIVERSalmon, Steelhead, Brown, Lake Trout, Walleye, Perch, Bassno name
18' Custom Jet Sled
http://www.glguideservice.com/
Reservations
GREAT LAKES GUIDE SERVICE
KYLE BUCK
1963 Bonneville,Muskegon,MI,49441
231-638-5752
E-Mail: greatlakesguideservice@gmail.com

BIG MANISTEE RIVERSalmon, Steel Head, Brown Trout, LRiverside
38' Tiara Pursuit
http://www.riversidecharters.com
Reservations
RIVERSIDE FISHING CHARTERS
PAUL SCHLAFLEY
4714 Red Apple Rd.,Manistee,MI,49660
231-723-4901 or 231-723-4901
E-Mail: riversidecharters@charter.net

BIG MANISTEE RIVERSalmon, Steelhead, Brown Trout, WalleyeRiver Haven
19' Fish Rite
http://www.riverhavengs.com
Reservations
RIVER HAVEN GUIDE SERVICE
TREVOR LYTLE
360 N. Mathisen Rd.,Manistee,MI,49660

E-Mail: capttrevor@riverhavengs.com

Always look for the Michigan Charter Boat Association
logo when choosing your Lake MICHIGAN Fishing
Charter Captain from BIG MANISTEE RIVER, Michigan

Manistee River in the U.S. state of Michigan, runs approximately 232 miles through the northern Lower Peninsula, through the villages of Sharon, Smithville, Mesick, and enters Lake Michigan at Manistee. It is considered, like the nearby Au Sable River, to be one of the best trout fisheries east of the Rockies. The river rises in the sand hills in southeastern Antrim County, on the border with Otsego County, about six miles southeast of the town of Alba. These deep glacial sands provide it with a remarkably stable flow of clean cold water year round, making it a popular river for year round salmon and steelhead fishing.

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The Michigan Charter Boat Association represents over 600 professional captains that serve over 100 ports in Michigan. As one of Michigan's largest recreational organizations, member captains operate fishing charters on the Great Lakes, River Guides on Michigan's thousands of miles of steams and rivers, Sail boat charters out of many Michigan ports of call, Scuba Dive charters in Michigan's shipwreck dive preserves, and scenic cruises exploring the beauty of Michigan's shoreline, lighthouses, or a lake vacation adventure. These businesses contribute to Michigan's tourism economy and are vital to the region. Michigan Charter Boat Association Captains and their vessels meet all state and federal laws.

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