My fishing trip to the Great White North and the lessons learned
The 45 boats competing in the 2017 Salmon Festival Big Fish Contest had a difficult time finding salmon Sunday morning.
Grand Haven’s north pier was packed with anglers Friday morning, but the salmon weren’t cooperating.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has announced plans to apply lampricide to Crockery and Norris creeks in Ottawa and Muskegon counties to kill sea lamprey larvae burrowed in the stream bottom.
Emergency crews have recovered the body of a missing Rockford man in Lake Michigan.
When Gene Braaksma heard the king salmon bite was on in Grand Haven, he and his buddies knew they had to get out on the water.
A special delivery from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources brought more than 50,000 new Chinook salmon to the Grand River on Friday morning.
The DNR was scheduled to deliver Chinook salmon fingerlings to net pens at the marina on April 26, but it’ll be a little while longer until the new fish make their Grand Haven debut.
Industry experts and lawmakers are weighing in on President Donald Trump’s proposed budget cut to the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative in the 2018 budget.
City Council is saying “thanks, but no thanks” to grant money that would have helped the city build a new fish cleaning station on Harbor Island.
Anglers who use Harbor Island as a launch point for fishing up and down the Grand River could soon have a new resource at their disposal.
Flyin’ Heroes is a program that utilizes the sport of fly fishing to promote therapeutic growth and rehabilitation of military veterans.
A 17.9-pound Chinook salmon took big fish honors in the Grand Haven Steelheaders’ Big Fish Contest.
Michigan’s existing state record for smallmouth bass was broken Sunday, Sept. 11, by Robert Bruce Kraemer of Treasure Island, Florida.
Changes could be on the horizon for future fish stocking in Lake Michigan.