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We need a Project Chair Person for the 2018 event scheduled for July 14th!! Contact Adam Trenz at 517 […]
Submitted by Henry Nabors
Chris Thompson: Port Captain – See tournament report for results. Chris said “the summary will show approximately 40% to 60% coho, 30% king and 15%lakers. The cohos vs kings needed scrutinizing if we were concerned. I know a few fish I saw in the last week were […]
Submitted by Event Chairman Adam Trenz
… Jordan experienced a short bite and a headshake with a fish, but also managed to hook one well and land his fish – his first king on a center pin rod!
… Jordan’s fish measured 34”, and 14lb 10oz to win first place for […]
Submitted by Adam Trenz
It was another successful year for the Clinton River Clean-up!
We have been organizing this clean-up with the help of MUCC and the Clinton River Watershed Council now for the past 4 years.
We met the morning of July 15th and volunteers enjoyed breakfast before we set out […]
Submitted by Fabian Sepulveda
For the tournament results 79 walleyes were caught by 5 boats averaging 16 walleyes per boat NOT BAD! Congrats to Steve Spangler won 1st place with 17.2 lbs. Second place goes to Fabian Sepulveda and second biggest fish with 17 lbs. 3rd place goes to Mark […]
Please take the time to view the video of the latest Salmon in the Classroom release from this past Saturday!
Matt Lubaway, Roger Hinchcliff, and I all took part in rounding up the lil’ guys for release this past Saturday. It was a fun time, and I had a great […]
Metro West Member and long time friend/crewmember, Dan Keifer and I planned a charter trip on the Muskegon River several months ago. Dan now lives in PA but is still an active MW member. We met at Henning Park launch in Newaygo on Monday. We quickly set up the […]
Submitted by Event Chair: Adam Trenz
On April 18th, we held our final river outing of the spring on the “Mighty Mo”, aka the Muskegon River. We certainly had Mother Nature in our corner giving us more than comfortable weather for being outdoors! We were dealing with a high of about 72 degrees, plentiful […]