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Author:Steve Kuieck

Back to Winter

The calendar still says winter and it certainly showed today.  The big low-pressure system producing all of the snow softened the predictable bite. While the snow and cold breeze gave us raw conditions on the river, the white snow provided the perfect backdrop to highlight the...

MTB day 2

Day two with MTB was a little slower than the first.  A great time was had by all and a few nice still had made their way in front of the cameras. Winter is forecasted to stick around a little longer— A return to a white...

Moody Tongue & Steelhead?

Our new friends from Moody Tongue Brewing Co. are joining us this weekend at the lodge. While we we certainly are spoiled by some tremendous beer here in West Michigan, it's always fun to expand our horizons and taste some new out-of-state favorites. Both Dave...

Getting There

Conditions on the Muskegon River are getting back to normal. Currently the river remains pretty big but very fishable around 4300cfs and 35.5 degrees. Depending on how much rain we see this week we should continue to expect slowly falling water conditions. Spring steelhead numbers have...

Trade offs

60 degrees and sunny in February is hard to complain about. However, it certainly comes with some trade offs! Konrad joined me for his first steelhead trip. Things started off pretty solid with a very good early morning grab.  Unfortunately as the sun gained altitude...

Chasing Winter

The thought of snow blanketing the river banks and weighing heavy on the limbs of our beautiful white pines had been much anticipated by John and Don when they booked their first winter steelhead trip. Unfortunately Mother Nature had a far different vision in store...

Unsettled

Steelhead fishing on the Muskegon River lately has been a lot like the weather—its had its ups & downs. Dr. Buckley joined me yesterday and we enjoyed a very nice January day on river swinging flies. While our opportunities weren't numerous we were graced by some...

Just in time for Christmas

The polar plunge has finally retreated back to Canada. 35 degrees on the river felt balmy compared to most days recently. The level finally bumped back to a little closer to normal after several days of wild fluctuations—thankfully! Pictured is Peter with a beauty that took...