909 w savidge st, spring lake, michigan, 49456
Local Sandwich Shop specializing in kicked up sandwiches, sides, entrees and apps
501 Miller Drive Grand Haven Michigan
The Paisley Pig Gastropub located in Grand Haven Michigan
Fresh. Local. Fun
Where the food can’t get any fresher.
Salmon and trout fishing Lake Michigan from the port of Grand Haven Michigan
Old Boys’ Brewhouse
1 Grand Isle dr Grand Haven mi slip 42a
Douglas J Charters in Grand Haven provides a great service to your salmon charter by utilizing our custom fish cleaning station. Douglas J Charters will fillet & bag your catch to assure you have the most professional prepared Lake Michigan King Salmon, Lake Trout, Steelhead, Perch and Coho fillets to bring home and share with your family and friends. Fresh King Salmon from Lake Michigan, to the grill.
No extra charge for fish cleaning.
Fishing for Salmon and Trout from Grand Haven Michigan
Captain Dan Tebo / Old Boys’ Brewery
Grand Isle Marina 1 Grand Isle Drive Slip 38A
Fishing Charters Salmon and Trout Grand Haven, Michigan
Captain Matt Whitney / Old Boys’ Brewhouse
North Shore Marina, Slip 87, 18275 Berwyck Street, Spring Lake, MI 49456
Salmon and Trout Sport fishing On Lake Michigan
Our goal is to have a fun and personable experience. We graciously welcome both seasoned and novice fisherman aboard. Regardless of age or experience, we enjoy teaching salmon fishing techniques to those with less experience so they can be successful and look forward to the next trip. We look forward to sharing our fish stories and experiences with you, learning some of yours, and creating new memories with you too!
971 Savidge Street City: Spring Lake State: MI Zip: 49456
Old Boys’ Brewhouse Restaurant was founded in 1997. With Melissa Brolick at the helm, Dave Bayes in the brewery, Dan Paquin in the kitchen along with our fantastic staff you can expect your experience to be spectacular and consistent. Grand Haven Michigan, Spring Lake / Lake Michigan
1 Grand Isle Dr, Grand Haven, MI 49417
Fishing Charters for Salmon and Trout from Grand Haven Michigan / Lake Michigan
Captain Michael Nelson Old Boy’s Brewhouse, One Trick Pony Grill and Tap Room
Chinook Pier 301 N. Harbor
Aboard the Hit Man you will experience the thrill of catching Chinook (King) Salmon, Coho (Silver) Salmon, Steelhead (Rainbow Trout), Brown Trout and Lake Trout. Fishing Lake Michigan Grand Haven
2 Washington Ave, Grand Haven, MI 49417
Located in Grand Haven, the Kirby House is a family restaurant and bar, Formerly a historic hotel of note, The Kirby House retains its old-world charm, while providing all the pleasantries of new world fare and hospitality. Come check out the brand new island bar,check it out!
301 N Harbor Ave Slip 10 Chinook Pier
DANEL SPORTFISHING has been located in Grand Haven, Michigan at the famed Chinook Pier fishing facility since 1984 with the primary pursuit of big game Salmon and Trout on Lake Michigan. The Port of Grand Haven offers great opportunity for the Lake Michigan fishery of Chinook(King) Salmon, Coho Salmon, Steelhead, Lake Trout, and Brown Trout. We are centrally located within 30 minutes of Grand Rapids, 20 minutes of Holland and 10-15 minutes of Muskegon.
Barretts Marina Grand Haven 821 W Savidge St Spring Lake, MI 49456
Fishing charters on Lake Michigan from Grand Haven. Docked at Barretts Marina Grand Haven – Salmon and Trout.
Captain Roger Belter / Restaurant Affiliation: Fish x 2
Grand Haven, Michigan
Fishing Charter for Salmon and Trout Grand Haven, Michigan
Captain Denny Grinold / Old Boys Brewhouse
136 E. Fulton Grand Rapids, Michigan
One Trick Pony is providing you with the best dining experience that we can deliver. Currently celebrating our eighteenth year as a restaurant, we are quite sure that we’ve mastered our “one trick.” The buildings that house the One Trick Pony are historically significant. The element of time plays a key role in the spirited ambiance that our restaurant provides. Certified as the oldest continually occupied building in Grand Rapids, the walls of the One Trick Pony have seen many things. The taproom area of the restaurant originally housed Oliver Bleak’s General Store which was built in 1856. At this time, Grand Rapids had only officially been a city for 6 years and the population was still under 4,000. The city itself was only 10.5 square miles total.