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Author:Steve Kuieck

“The Tug is the Drug”

Cold, rainy, windy conditions provided a very "steelhead weather" back drop to todays trip. The steelhead remain very stubborn and are making this game of chess with the two-hander a rewarding challenge. Some of you might shrug your shoulders and say "well duh," but the...

Steelhead weather

Cold rainy weather today–just what a good steelhead day should be! I wish steelhead liked high skies and 70's, but the reality is that they don't. After a steady rain today I'd expect a little bump in our water flows. This should usher some new...

Last nice day?

Joe and Dan both new to the long-rod joined me today for what looks to have been the nicest day of weather we're going to see for a while. Time will tell, but I'm okay with some weather. Water temperatures have dipped below the 50...

School chums & the two-hander

Big group of guys for next couple days–all chasing chrome on the two-hander for the first time. Conditions were seasonably mild today and with a big system on the horizon I'd guess things will turn soon. For now diligent swings and persistance goes a long way! Pictured...

Frost on the Pumpkin!

Wow, 20 degrees this AM as we headed out to the river–coldest so far this season. I don't think my body has fully adjusted from Monday's 75 degree afternoon. Its November and cold weather shouldn't be any surprise going forward. We finished up with the Costello group today–Dave,...

T-shirt Swing

Today was not your typical fall day for chasing steelhead! Hi skies and afternoon temperatures in the mid-70s sure created an unusual backdrop for swinging flies. I think that it will be a safe bet that we won't likely have another afternoon quite like this...