Steve Kuieck, Author at RiverQuest Charters
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Author:Steve Kuieck

Good Medicine

It was great escape to the river today with my son Zach and his soccer buddy Bryson and his dad Corey. Though we couldn’t escape the constant news alerts on our phones, the steelhead kept us pretty distracted. I wish we could have shared the...

Break from Law School

John and his son Johnny kicked off sons spring break from Wake Forest law school chasing spring steelhead. While I’m sure there was plenty of other things for Johnny to chase on spring break, I’m glad he made family and steelhead a top priority. Mild...

No storm let down?

I’m honestly not disappointed that I didn’t have to shovel snow out of my boat all day today one bit. The forecasted snow storm shifted East and left us with several glimpses at the sun throughout the day. It was cold, but our winter steelhead...

February Turning Point

“Unusual” would is the only way to describe this winter’s weather. High water, mostly from rain events, and some family vacation time have kept me off the river for a fairly significant amount of time. While warmer than normal weather and high flows aren’t completely...

Not exactly, but happy

Tranquil weather has not been the theme lately, at least for any length of time. Yesterday was truly a rare day with decent temperatures and calm winds. Together this made for a pretty enjoyable day on the river. The river dropped pretty significantly yesterday. The day...

Lets say winter now

I’ve been reluctant to start using the word “winter” in my posts mostly cause I really haven’t been ready, but I think it’s time. Melting snow has dipped the river temperatures consistently below 38 degrees lately. Now that the flow is a little more reasonable...