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Author:Steve Kuieck

Rewarded For Effort

Conditions on the Muskegon are anything but easy–extremely low water has everything skittish including those of us driving sleds! If you are out on the river please cut everyone some slack, you simply have to drive over certain water. That said, BE CAREFUL!! Fishing remains the same–put forth...

It begins!

My quest for chrome finally prevailed today as we popped the cherry on my boats 2015 fall steelhead season. Steelhead are becoming more targetable each day. However, there still seems to be a bit of randomness as to where exactly you will find chrome with...

Enough with the Boys…

After hearing countless stories from her husband Dan, brother's in-laws, and many friends, today was Sherri's turn for her first trip on the Muskegon. While our day was shortened by afternoon commitments in the corporate world, Sherri found success with this nice hen chinook. Her curiosity of the Muskegon...

Got Sunscreen?

While many people think this weather we've been having is totally awesome, I must say it IS NOT making fishing easy by any means. Sure 75 degree afternoons makes for a pretty great back drop on the river, but that's about it! Salmon fishing is progressing along...

Slow Improvement

Fall fishing continues slowly improve! Rain is on the way tomorrow and I'd assume noticeable improvement will follow as it has with each previous rain event. Our first steelhead of the season was boated by long-time guest Jeff Leininger today—while no monetary award was given,...

High & Low

From far upstream to far downstream smallmouth bass fishing is pretty consistence. Surface streamers and poppers are the name of the game if delivered by good casts near likely structures. Day to day feeding activity seems to go in shifts–the bass just seem to go...

Solid Week

It's been a solid week of summer fly fishing on the Muskegon River. Capt. Don reports both largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and a good number of pike have made up the day to day. Top-water fishing remains the go-to, but streamer fishing has filled in...