Each river below has full flow data information after the link or you can click HERE for Michigan statewide stream-flow information.
The Grand River is the largest in the State of Michigan. It starts just south of the capital city of Lansing and flows west until in empties into Lake Michigan in the city of Grand Haven. You can find both cold and warm water species of fish throughout this river.
The Manistee River is separated by Tippy Dam. About the dam you will find the perfect places for spring streamer fishing and nighttime hex fishing. Below the dam you will find areas great for trout fishing due to the natural habitat and oxygenated water from the hydro dam.
The Muskegon River starts up north in Grayling and flows to Muskegon, Mi on the West Michigan lake shore. Spanning over 200 miles, this river is the second largest in Michigan.
This world famous river is best known for its annual, migratory salmon and steelhead runs, as well as having a “flies only” section of the river dedicated to catch and release fishing. This river starts just east of Baldwin and empties into Pere Marquette Lake in Ludington.
A small brook transforms into this quaint cold water river near Hesperia, Mi. The White River starts in Newaygo County and continues its journey southwest emptying into White Lake and Lake Michigan.