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Author:Steve Kuieck

Winter Trout Update

Winter trout fishing is right on schedule. Resident fish are beginning to set up in their winter haunts. RQ guide Jay Allen has been having solid fishing day to day—look for conditions to only get better from here on out. Bonus catches of steelhead...

Heading Towards Winter Mode

Conditions are headed towards winter mode on the Mo'. Currently the river is down to 1760cfs and about 37 degrees. Soft water edges have increasingly focused our attention over the past couple of days. New steelhead are still entering the system, however rosy cheeked steelhead are out numbering...

Unrest

"Unrest" would best describe the the current mood on the river. For what ever reason (perhaps the ice jam above Rogers Dam) our river continues to chart like a yo-yo. I can only say speculate that is a determining factor in our unpredictable bite of...

6 Degree Swing

Wow, 6 degrees at the start of our day today. I must say, it was pretty chilly! Joining me for a couple days are Jen from Dun the Magazine and Kurt from A Tight Loop. Temperatures rebounded pretty quickly and it wasn't long before we...

A Return to Normal?

After a significant water event this past week it's great to see the water back down to a reasonable flow. Currently the water is 2850cfs and clearing. This water event should provide us with some great two-handed fly fishing over the coming weeks. Water tempertures...

God Bless LR Browns

Wow, apparently there were a bunch of folks with cabin fever today! Certainly the weather this week has been anything but ordinary–that said, I'll take some adversity to keep the traffic low!  Water levels stabilized today, though I'd guess their going to bump it from all the melting snow. Water temps...