Lake MICHIGAN Fishing CHARTERS- MUSKEGON RIVERDownload this page

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MUSKEGON RIVERSalmon, Steelhead, Brown TroutSteelie ll
17' Roughneck Jet Sled
5009 Whitehall Rd.,Muskegon,MI,49445

MUSKEGON RIVERSalmon, Steelhead, Brown, Walleye, Perch, BassRiver Boat
17' Custom Jet Boat
1963 Bonneville,Muskegon,MI,49441

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Charter Captain from MUSKEGON RIVER, Michigan

Michigan Charter Boat Association provides a directory of professional Fishing charter captains fishing for Salmon, Lake Trout Steelhead, Browns, Perch. The Muskegon River is a river in the western portion of the lower peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan. The river has its headwaters in Houghton Lake in Roscommon County, flowing out of the North Bay into neighboring Missaukee County. From there it flows mostly southwest to Muskegon, Michigan, where it empties into Muskegon Lake. Muskegon Lake is connected to Lake Michigan via a mile-long channel. The river has several major branches, such as the Hersey River, Cedar Creek and Little Muskegon River. In recent years the river has gained a certain measure of fame as a recreational fishery, boasting large migratory steelhead, brown trout and planted Pacific salmon.

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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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