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Author:Steve Kuieck

$2 Bill

Rusty and Boyd are back for their three-day annual spring steelhead trip. Fishing was pretty challenging today, however with these guys no challenge is too big. The river has begun to drop and clear. Look for dramatic improvement in the very near term! Pictured is Boyd...

High-water rewards

High, dirty spring water continues to be the prominent feature on The Mo'. Accompanying this high river are temperatures that are struggling to break 35°--things still aren't particularly easy. That being said, both spring and winter steelhead are present in good numbers throughout the system. I...

The chill is back

Yesterdays temperature of 63 degrees sure was nice, but short lived–reality check, back to the mid-thirties this afternoon. With the cold winds blowing and the big dity-water, I knew we'd have our work cut out for us today. Good anglers go the distance in these...

What month is it?

If it were January, today still would've been a cold wintry day! Doug and his son Patrick, toughed out the conditions and were rewarded with a remarkably good day of steelhead fishing. Spring temperatures are forecasted in the near future, however I'll believe it when I...

New Beginnings

Long-time guest and friend Dean and his son Mason joined me today to try their hands at some upstream steelhead. While fishing upstream wasn't anything new for most, today marks the start of new adventures for Dean and his family. Dean and his family are...