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Author:Steve Kuieck

Pass it on

As a fly fishing guide, many of the seasons best days are reserved for customers. Personal time on the water is often reserved for R&D and days off are deligated to catching up on life away from the river. Though all of those parts of...

Schools out!

How do you kick off summer vaction right? A magnum sized Muskegon River brown oughta do the job! Tommy and his dad spent the first day of summer vaction with me today. I'm pretty sure some serious memories were made! Keep it up Tommy–can't wait...

As good as it gets!

Lady luck smilled on us today and delivered one of the best summer trout days I've had in a very long time! Joining me today was Dr. Burgess and Dr. Afman–neither had ever experienced a day of Michigan trout fishing quite like today before.  I'm...

Daytime Fun

Trout fishing on the Muskegon has something for everyone right now–evening hatches and daytime fishing with nymphs and streamers. Drakes have primarily been an evening affare, morning spinner falls have yet to materialize. As the emergences build, I'd expect morning spinner falls to improve. Pictured...

Man Up!

High winds created a less than desireable conditions on the Muskegon today. Near perfect water flow, temperature, and clarity remain the norm. Time to man up and push through the wind! Peter, no stranger to the blog, brought his eldest boy Pete to experience some...