Ice has finally left around piers at both Grand Haven and Muskegon. Pier fishing is very slow. In Grand Haven a VERY few browns have been caught. Both steelhead and browns have been caught in Muskegon, but VERY few here too. Anglers are using spawn as bait.
1 charter boat caught 1 brown while trolling the channel and around the pierheads.
The Cottage Grove boat launch in Muskegon is closed due to dredging.
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Grand Haven---Ice is still on the piers, so anglers should use caution. Ice in the lake has been out to the lighthouse on the north and south side pier, so fishing has been difficult. But, a VERY FEW browns have been caught. Pier anglers are using spawn. Boat anglers are able to troll the channel and around the pier heads. Boat anglers are using planer boards with spring color baits.
This will be my last fishing report.
Anglers have been fishing the piers in Grand Haven/Holland for steelhead, white fish, and Menominee. The water is not quite cold enough, but getting close. All three fish species have been caught, but few numbers and not everyday.
Spawn is the bait of choice.
Fishing in Holland/Grand Haven has been terribly slow. Wind and weather, along with no fish around has not helped my the fishing report.
I talked to 1 guy out of Holland Sunday and he fished 80-170FOW
It is a slim report again this week. The following is based on discussions with the anglers that have gone out.
Water was still warm at both ports of Grand Haven/Holland over the weekend.
Boat anglers have been fishing 100-160 FOW and it seemed that 120-150 was best.
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