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Author:Steve Kuieck

Well, sometimes you gotta earn it

After yesterday's big fish action today's streamer bite was undeniably soft! The Muskegon River is blessed with buffet-like food opportunities for its resident trout. All this food makes days like today a little easier to understand, though not dulling the pain completely. Pictured is a...

This is not a normal year!

The Hollobaugh group joined Dave, Jay, and I for the last couple days. On a normal year these dates would have been as close to 100% certainty in the world of fly fishing for steelhead. This year however mother-natures fast track through spring handed off...

Short and Sweet?

Mike Harvey and his good buddy Lou joined me today on the Mo'. The ever fickle tail of the spring steelhead run continues. High skies kept the bite short and sweet today, however a few new fish were had. Streamer fishing for trout continues to...

Big Smiles

What beautiful day on the river! Certainly a great way to finish up with the Action Fab crew. The steelhead certainly didn't appreciate the high skies today, but after yesterday's gale force winds--I'll take it! Pictured are a few from my guys today. Capt. Steven Kuieck...

Muskegon River Memories

A big "thank you" goes out to the O'Came / Stewart group from Dave, Jay, and myself for making the last three days some of the most memorable in a long time! While the fishing wasn't always easy, everyone stayed the course and posed some...

Splash and a two-hander

First of three days with Stewart, O'Came group. Sunny skies, low, clear water--time to cover some ground! Still reveling from last falls trip, my guys were quick to pick up Spey rods and swing for drop-backs. Covering ground indeed was key today, though not all...