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Author:Steve Kuieck

Well Played Paul

Caddis continue to impress. Hold-over trout continue to be very very discerning on which bug they eat. Multiple pattern changes and some good clean luck goes along way! Pictured is pretty bow from last evening caught by Paul from Cincinnati. Capt. Steven Kuieck  ...

Patti & Ci Ci–What Priviledge

Super hot and super caddis! Caddis hatches on the Mo' have been excellent despite near record temperatures that are forecasted to continue through today. Floating pupa early followed by cut-wings, and then spent wing caddis have kept the action strong. As the caddis activity peaks...

Fat & Sassy

Fat and sassy bows and browns continue to be eager to bend the fly rod. Swung Iso nymphs and soft hackles in the choppy water creates a "catch-a-thon" most afternoons. Keep in mind however, most of these fish are stockers, but some very nice fish...

Nathan’s Birthday

Isonychia are stealing the show and breaking hearts day-to-day near the lodge. Larger trout again are making themselves visible after a week or so of hiatus as they likely processed all the the sucker eggs and fry they had been eating. While the Iso's have...

Early Iso’s

Cool comfortable weather is with us for a few days and is providing a perfect back-drop for evening dry fly fishing. Up stream nearer to Croton caddis hatches of ol' time proportions are providing constant target rises. While the majority of the fish are small,...

Best Bow to Date

Sunny, bright, and warm would sum up the conditions today. Tom, Scott, and Adam joined me for a day of nymphing. With all the big fish opportunities of late the guys were pretty fired up. Today certainly tested both the guys will and the patience...

Phils Rainbow

Shift change--after the past weeks day trips it was a pleasure to spend last evening on the river with Doug and Phil, though it certainly made for a short night since I'm back on the day shift this morning. Sulphers, caddis, and drakes were on...

Sherry Scores Big

It sure was a cooker on the river yesterday! Even with day-time temperatures nearing 90 degrees the Muskegon River continued to exceed expectations and produce some fabulous river trout. Nymphing and streamers are both productive on day trips. Evening hatches have been productive if you...