Muskegon Fishing Report 8/21/14
“Muskegon: Anglers are fishing shallower here, 50 to 90 feet down in 55 to 130 feet and catching chinook. Most are using white or UV paddles and spinnies with green and white, green or blue flies. Orange glow spoons also caught fish. Pier anglers were trying for salmon but had no luck.
Whitehall: Water temperatures were very cold at 39 degrees 50 feet down and the fish marked would not bite. Anglers looking for warmer water found a temperature break at 120 feet. Salmon were caught in the top 50 feet of waters 120 to 200 feet deep. Alewife moved out of the channel but anglers were still getting a few salmon on body baits. A few walleye were caught in the channel on artificial lures. Pier fishing should improve soon.” – Michigan DNR