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Author:Steve Kuieck

Residents

Fall has officially arrived. Cool weather is dropping our water temperature and will have our fall fish much happier. Salmon numbers are increasing and should soon be noticeable everywhere. Trout fishing remains good, with the exception during Friday’s high winds they have been pretty predictable. Pictured...

A bit of everything

The return of warmer weather has slowed the progression of fall on the Muskegon River. Pretty typical for this time of year really. Water temperature is fluctuating from the upper 60’s to about 70 degrees on the warmest afternoons. This weather pattern will hold through...

Simply September

The kids are back in school: moms are smiling; and unofficially, the youngsters hitting the books marks the beginning of our favorite season of the year—fall! Cool nights and with it, dropping water temperatures, transition us from summer bass and trout to the eventual arrival...

Beginners Luck?

Introducing new fisherman to the craft of fly fishing is always rewarding. Today was Eric’s first time fly fishing and if there’s any such thing as “beginners luck” we surely experienced it today on the Muskegon River. As I’ve said all week fishing has been...

Graduate Study

Tim and his Son Zach spent the past weekend at the Orvis Fly Fishing School at the Homestead Resort in Glen Arbor, MI learning how to cast and all the fundamentals for a lifetime of fly fishing enjoyment. Tim wanted to treat his son to...

Low-water smallies

Rain is desperately needed in our Muskegon River basin. Historic low-flows are the topic everywhere. Thankfully our smallmouth don’t seem to mind a bit! Whether you’re into top-water or streamers, it shouldn’t be long until you’re hooked up. If you do venture out on the river,...

Rain at night…..

Last nights strong storms made for some terrific morning dry fly fishing today on the Muskegon. While we had some shots at some really “good” fish, we were more than happy with some solid trout. Drakes & sulphers were abundant and cripples kept the trout...

3rd times the charge

Lots of effort went into Mike’s photo opt (pictured above) today. We set up on this brown trout three separate times and just when I was packing my bags to call it a day Mike hooked it on his very last drift! I couldn’t have...