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Author:Steve Kuieck

Fall is here

Fall is Here! Even though the current weather is more like summer, the cool weather from earlier this month has brought fall to the rivers. Chinook salmon as expected are running super-sized this fall. Many fisherman and guides on Michigan’s early running rivers have posted pictures of...

Orvis Mission 13’ 7wt. Spey

Orvis released its new line of two-handed rods last month and I’ve been chopping at the bit to get one on the water. I had the pleasure of fishing a prototype of the 13’ 7wt. rod about a year and a half ago and to...

Some like it hot

Summer smallmouth fly fishing is heating up. While the warm weather has us leaving our resident trout alone, smallmouth bass love the hot weather! While it’s a favorite to target summer bass on the surface with Boogle bugs, sub-surface presentations with crayfish, golby, and baitfish...

Catching Crazy

Sorry for the delay in reports. Between the weather, kid travel sports, and my real estate business the last week and a half has been crazy. Dry fly fishing on the Muskegon is good to extremely good depending where you are at on the river...

A bit of everything

The Muskegon River is a diverse fishery, some days you just don’t know what you’re in for. As the river slowly warms up streamer fishing has slowly improved. Very soon I’d expect the first grey drakes of the season. Today featured just about every fish...

Postcard Nice

Another postcard perfect day on the Muskegon River. Eric and Dave joined me today after several weather related postponements earlier this spring. To say they hit the lottery with sunny skies and low 70’s afternoon temperatures would be an understatement, but much deserved. The river continues...