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Author:Steve Kuieck

Chamber Of Commerce Weather?

Great first day with the crew from Lancaster, PA. Both Jay and I had a most enjoyable time with these guys. Tomorrow doesn't look to be "chamber of commerce" day–we'll have to live with it however! Buggers, egg patterns, fry, and the normal others...

Steelhead Junkies

Chris and Scott--fly fishing junkies, joined me today for a much needed escape from the hustle of high-end home construction in Northern Michigan. These two carry quite a reputation with their homes and with the fly rod, and today was know exception. Pictures is Scott...

Darrin’s Chrome

Wow, the past few days have been a challenge with wind, snow, and cold temperatures. However, like anything, with time things always seem to get better. Today, with light winds and spring-like temperatures, just being on the river was a whole lot easier. The steelhead,...

Yeah Baby!!

Another strange day on the Muskegon, I can't really pin down exactly what is causing the bite to be so predictable at certain times of the day, while the other times are plain shut-down. Regardless, Chad and Bruce worked through the slow periods only to...

Poker Face

I had the pleasure of fishing with Lewis and Lamont today for their first of three days with us. Despite the continued effort required for success, these guys were all business–with a good amount of laughs mixed in. Traveling the world in search of success...

Brutal Success

"Anything easy aint worth a damn!" ~Woody Hayes That great quote pretty much sums up the trip for the first spring crew from MRO. Brutal winds and 6 inches of snow provided every excuse in the books today, but sheer determination and a love for...

Icy-Water Firsts

Icy-cold water continues challenge steelhead fisherman on the Mo'. New fish have taken the higher-water bus ticket towards their upstream destinations, however their willingness to cooperate remains a game of inches–they're just not willing to move a long ways to feed in 34 degree water....