Riflers & Reelers

Croton Dam Aerial view

Newaygo Country calls to hunters and anglers in all seasons.

Close up on man holding fishing reel

4 Season River Fishing

Cast a line in the rivers of Newaygo County from early spring through late fall.

Men waving from boat on river

Lake Fishing

Newaygo County offers more than 480 acres of fishing lakes ready for your fishing excursion.

Ice Fishing

No need to venture all the way up to the U.P. for an ice fishing weekend, come to Newaygo County and enjoy our pristine waters and big fish!
Newaygo Fly & Tackle logo

Let NCTC Tourism Partner, Newaygo Fly and Tackle, help you make the most of your fishing experience in NewayGo County!

Newaygo Fly and Tackle
8426 S. Mason Drive
Newaygo, Mi 49337
Newaygo Fly and Tackle is a locally owned and operated outfitter for fly fishing, fly tying and tackle. We specialize in angling for resident and anadromous fish in our Michigan river systems.
instagram: @newaygofly_Tackle

White Tail Deer

Bring your quest for a prized trophy whitetail deer to Newaygo County.

Canadian geese flying over water

Small Game/Waterfowl

From small game to waterfowl, the thrill of the hunt is something that is best experienced in Newaygo County.

Boating at Croton Dam

Stories from the River and Woods

Early Winter Getaway

Early Winter Getaway

With the busy holiday season behind us, who isn’t ready for some “me time”? Maybe a quiet walk in the woods, casting a line along a rapidly flowing riverbank, or pedaling through the pines can provide the renewal you seek. Newaygo County welcomes all seekers to come...

Kids Free Fishing!

Kids Free Fishing!

Beginning in 1983, Russell Gilbert Kids Free Fishing is a day where families can gather for fun times and even have a chance to win big money!  On the first Kids Free Fishing day, 8 anglers joined in the fun & over the years, they have seen over 400 anglers...

Success at Dam to Dam 2018

Success at Dam to Dam 2018

by Carmen Faulkner At sunrise, the serious contenders went out. They walked or snowshoed or rode snowmobiles. Some carried ice shanties, others stuck true to what I would consider to be the ‘old school, torturous’ tradition of sitting on buckets in the wind and cold....