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Author:Steve Kuieck

Brothers Escape

While Dave & I are at the fly fishing show in Detroit this weekend, guests and brothers Barrett and Collin are enjoying a weekend away at the lodge. Capt. Don put them on the steelhead today and smiles were had by all! I have to...

Above & Below

Fluctuating water flows the past couple days has made for little tougher bite in my boat. Regardless, it has been great not dressing like an eskimo. We've missed some big rains that were slated to push our river to a challenging level. The Muskegon was...

Just Weather

Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisory's are just titles to hype the news channels. Do the steelhead get the A.P.B.'s? I hardly think so. Pictured is RQ guide Jay Allen releasing a guests well earned chrome during yesterday's storm. A big warm up is on...

Hottie

The ups & downs of late winter weather are with us! Cold and snowy one day, sunny and nice the next. Whether or not we are lucky enough to time our day on the water to coincide with the nicer of the two options doesn't...

Memories

Beautiful sunshine provided the perfect back drop to yesterday's outing for Jay and his guests. Not only was the weather and company great, the fish were happy to play too! The extended forecast looks to be hinting that spring could be nearer than the calendar shows—look...

Shuffled

After the January thaw a nice bump in water flow has shuffled the deck on the Muskegon River. Quite a number of anglers were throughout the system yesterday hunting chrome. Icy 34 degree water made for a challenging bite in our boat, however RQ guide...

Winter Colors

Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow yesterday–an early spring is on the way. According to Phil, six more weeks of gray skies is what to expect. Fortunately for us, we are able to chase our gray away and marvel at the vibrant hues of...

Dog & Pony

The first fly fishing show of the season is behind us. It was great to catch up with old friends and new in Somerset NJ. True to form, the crowds came and busy days were had talking to industry folks and meeting perspective clients. Our...