FISHING REPORTS

Grand River

Live the experience through our daily fishing experiences.
Being the longest river in Michigan, there are ample opportunities for fishing along the Grand River. The 252-mile-long (406 kilometer) river flows from Somerset Township in Hillsdale County through Grand Haven in Ottawa County before emptying into the southwestern portion of Lake Michigan. Despite its namesake, the city of Grand Rapids, there has not been any reported rapids in almost a century due to the 14 dams being built along the river beginning in 1835.

Although the Grand River flows near more populous areas than other rivers within the state, anglers still come to try their hand at catching the fish that inhabit the water. They primarily fish for rainbow trout that have been stocked in the river since 1873 even though salmon were also introduced in the 1960s.
Guided steelhead trips are available during March and November on the Grand River.
March 16, 2020
March 16, 2020:

Rain is on its way and the spring fish should be right behind. Fishing has been steady on the Grand for us with a mix of fresh and hold over fish. Natalie, Jason, and Rob spent the day with me today. Jason and Natalie have been coming with me for a while but this was […]

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March 4, 2020
March 4, 2020:

With spring in the air, Zach, Anthony, and I decided to get my boat out for the first time this year. My first drift of the year didn’t disappoint but my net man did! We bounced around and would hit a fish or two in almost every spot that we fished. There was only one […]

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