| Michigan has more than 36,000 miles of rivers and streams, including over 12,000 miles of cold water trout streams! And there are currently 2,091 miles of river and streams are designated as state Natural Rivers.
Michigan river fishing can compete with famous rivers of the world, with rocky bottoms, swift currents, and clear cool waters, there rivers provide great fishing habitat for chinook and skamania steelhead, rainbow trout, brown trout, walleye, bass, and in some rivers you can catch muskie, walleye, and northern pike.
Member captains charter from these destination ports; tributaries of Lake Huron; Au Sable River, St. Mary's River, Saginaw River, tributaries of Lake St. Clair and Lake Erie; Detroit River and St. Clair River, and tributaries to Lake Michigan; Grand River, Big Manistee River, Muskegon River, Boardman River, Pere Marquette, Betsie & St. Joseph River.
Michigan Charter Boat Association members are United States Coast Guard licensed captains and comply with state and federal laws. When choosing your next Michigan River Charter, always look for a Michigan Charter Boat member captain.
Links of Interest:
National Atlas - real time data for the Great Lakes
USGS - real time stream flow conditions in Michigan Rivers and Sreams
NOAA Michigan Weather Conditions including Marine Forecast
Real Time Wind and Currents for Lake Michigan and the Great Lakes
|View more fishing pictures and river fishing reports on individuals river charter captain's web pages- choose a fishing ports above
Michigan Charter Boat Association and the individual members are dedicated to establishing a professional charter industry in the State of Michigan. You can be assured when fishing the Michigan tributaries with River Guides that you are fishing with professional captains.