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Author:Steve Kuieck

Why we swing

We certainly don't choose to swing flies off the two-hander because its the simplest way to catch a steelhead. We choose to swing flies simply because its not the easiest! Here are some of my top reasons for why I love to swing. –A challenge, constently...

MO’ wind

Just another windy day on the Muskegon–sounds like a broken record! Seriously, I might actually buy into this whole wind energy thing if this trend continues. Anyways, Devin and son Keegan joined me today. Oak leaves and strong winds made for some trying times today...

Perspective

The tale of two different days. While yesterday's bite was exciting and uncomplicated, today was very slow. That said, today was extremely meaningful for my angler–Kevin. While some  people resort to methods that are much like "wristband day at the fair–get as many rides as...

Adversity=Unmeasureable Chi

Wow, adversity! If it wasn't the wind or the heavy rain, the massive quantity of floating oak leaves should have sent the most resilient two-handed fisherman packing for the bar. Scott–undaunted, stayed the course and raised his chi to an unmeasureable high. After doing battle...

Just an old pro

Fishing with Scott on day two was pretty much point-and-shoot. The only wait was for a cooperative steelhead to smash his swung fly. Today was kind of special for Scott–I actually let him fish a few of his own flies. This may seem a bit...