email
 Home  |  GL Blog  |  Forum  |  News  |  Tournament News  |  Conservation  |  Join  |  Youth  |  Site Map  |  Search  |  Contact Us  |  About Us  |  Advertise  |  Online Shopping  |  Donate to this site reluctant


Great Lakes Bass Fishing Forum  - extensive bass fishing home page specializing in Great Lakes, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Pennsylvania, New York and Ontario bass fishing techniques, news, issues, conservation, bass fishing reports, bass biology, tournament strategy, bass fishing lure and fishing tackle, bass fishing forum and fishing message board, logistics, weather and safety, and product information.

        Great Lakes Bass Fishing Forum

              Your Great Lakes and Michigan Online
               Bass Fishing and Tournament Community.

Advanced search  
Please login or register.

Login with username, password and session length
Pages: [1]   Go Down

Author Topic: just moved to grand haven  (Read 1581 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

azakguy

just moved to grand haven
« on: February 14, 2011, 12:11:39 PM »

hello i am moving in with my family from alaska to grand haven. i have a costom lund boat up in alaska im thinking about bringing down since they have a dock slip.we live right next to pigion lake.what are my bass fishing spots in the area?an you atch fish right on lake mi.and is there anystremas to trout fish in the area?
thanks fellas!
jrod
Logged

Cy

  • GLBass.com Sponsor
  • Legend
  • *****
  • Offline Offline
  • Posts: 1,087
  • View Gallery
Re: just moved to grand haven
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2011, 01:22:23 PM »

Welcome to Michigan and GLB!

I have fished Pigeon Lake (Port Sheldon) once and caught nothing.  I don't know if there is really any fish in there or not.  You can certainly run your Lund just about anywhere in West Michigan and be in good shape.  Most of the western shore of Lake Michigan doesn't hold bass, you have to go way north or south for that action.  The Grand River system is the closest Bass fishing to you.  Fishing is good but there is a stiff learning curve out there.  Mona and Muskegon Lakes are north of GH about 20 to 30 minutes and both have good bass fishing.  Other then those just about any puddle in Michigan will hold bass.  Sorry but I don't know anything about trout fishing.

Again Welcome.

Cy
Logged
Cyrus Ruel

West Michigan Bass
www.westmichiganbass.com

Xtreme Bass Tackle
www.xtremebasstackle.com

OST
www.ostusa.com

Westside Garage
www.westsidegarage.net

Dan

Re: just moved to grand haven
« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2011, 02:21:11 PM »

If you have to move from Alaska to another great fishing state, Michigan is the place to be.
You can take off out of Pigeon Lake and troll for Salmon. Straight out of the pier head to 200 ft. of water.
Check out the Outdoorsmen Pro Shop in Jenison. They have a weekly salmon fishing tournament group. Pretty friendly group of guys and Grayson, at the Outdoorsmen, can hook you up with all the tackle and info etc. you need.
When it comes to bass fishing the guys on this site can give you all the info you need. You can also check out my blog at teardropbass.com.
Stream fishing is phenomenal in Michigan. You have some of the best trout streams in the country. Pere-Marquette, Rogue, Muskegon, Big and Little Manistee, the AuSable, etc. (http://www.michigantroutstreams.com/michigantroutstreams/ )
If you need a good guide for trout, one of the best is http://www.riverquestcharters.com/, Tom Kuieck,  another is http://www.fishonstrikezone.com/, Jason Frolenko.
Logged
"Not in the clamor of the crowded streets nor in the shouts and plaudits of the throng, but within oneself lies victory or defeat."

Fishmael

Re: just moved to grand haven
« Reply #3 on: February 16, 2011, 12:31:08 PM »

And you moved at just the right time.  Steelhead should really be picking up and will peak mid-april.  However, you can catch them into May.  Most of the rivers in W. MI get at least some kind of run.  However, the Muskegon, Pere Marquette, and Manistee will get a lot of fish.  Start there and then try some of the smaller rivers.  Make sure you check the DNR regs to make sure the stretch of river you want to fish is open this time of year.

We have pretty big salmon runs in the fall too.  Start in Sept and go until November, which is when the steelhead start again...works out pretty well!  ;D
Logged
Pages: [1]   Go Up
 

Advertisements


Visit Other Features of GreatLakesBass.com using the links below
 


Site Home | News | Bass Forum | Bass Tips | Articles | My Confidence Products | Tournaments

GL Blog | Weather | Fishing Pictures | Building Bass Boats | Conservation/Legislation | Bass Biology

Advertise | Site Sponsors | GreatLakesBass.com Store | Online Shopping

Site Map | Contact Us | Search | About Us | Links | Link to Us | Resources | Privacy Policy | Disclosure Policy
Stop Spam Harvesters, Join Project Honey Pot

VigLink badge