Muskegon River

Discussion in 'MICHIGAN RIVERS TALK' started by sal_jr, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. sal_jr

    sal_jr New Member

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    Huge river, very productive, lets off into
    Muskegon Lake which is landlocked from lake michigan by a 200 yard wide strip
    of land.
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    Muskegon River (arguably the 2nd best in state).... Huge river, very productive, lets
    off into Muskegon Lake which is landlocked from lake michigan by a 200
    yard wide strip of land. The lake is 26-30 feet deep with big sandbars,
    rock piles, and holes.

    There is a talk-battle between catmen in-the-know whether it will be the muskegon or the St Joe that produces the next MICH flatty record. I believe it will be this one cause of the size of the river and the lake that feeds it and the fact that there is NO FLATHEAD PRESSURE AT ALL HERE.

    I will let you know which river I got it on when I break that record. LOL