The Muskegon River is located in Michigan. It's headwaters are in Roscommon County in Houghton Lake and empties into Muskegon Lake which is connected by a channel to Lake Michigan. The river has several tributaries, namely the Hersey River , Cedar Creek and Little Muskegon River. The Muskegon River is 216 mile (348 km) long and drains an area of 2,350 square miles (6,100 km2). Seasonally, migratory steelhead, brown trout and pacific salmon make there way up stream to spawn. Salmon and Brown trout in the fall, and steelhead in spring. Although steelhead also migrate in the fall to feed on salmon eggs and other common river forage. Drifting spawn or egg imitation flies can be productive for both salmon and trout, and is the staple presentation used by most anglers. Although casting small inline spinners can also entice a strike when fish are active.
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