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Author:Steve Kuieck

Dave, it finally your year

Brrr, the last few day have sure seemed chilly. Sadly, this is what the weather is actually supposed to be like this time of year, but my body has already adjusted to the crazy warmth of last week and I just can't warm up! Steelhead...

Time to swing?

Tim, Al, Jake, and Rich joined Jay and I for a windy day on the Muskegon. Fishing continues to be very productive with small nymphs. Noticeably today, drop-back hens could be seen porpoising about the river. This coincides with the continue drop in flow ...

The Hamilin’s hit it Big

The Hamlin group is with Capt. Dave and I for a couple days and things got started for them in grand style. While the waters levels continue to run big and off color, steelhead and trout are plentiful. Water temperatures are around 50 degrees and...

Two Brothers

Great day today shared with Dr. Scott Burgess and his brother Jeff. Yesterday's rain brought the river back up a considerable amount though clarity remains about the same. Fishing is quite good despite the flow, but you'ed better know their zip code. Pictured is Dr....

The Last Day of Summer?

With the last of the crazy weather behind us, we head towards the end of March with a serious tan that most summer vacationers would envy. Steelhead fishing has moved shallow with most of winter fish hitting the gravel. Spring fish in the dark water...

Awesome Steelhead Tony!

Wow, was it hot today! Grand Rapids officially recorded the warmest day-time high temperature ever in the month of March at 84 degrees. Tony and Mick continued in their successes today, though Tony stole the show. Water temperatures are flirting with 46 degrees and the...

Go Big

The Muskegon River continues to flow well above normal, but seems to have reached its peak--I hope! Spring steelhead are definitely taking advantage of the big flow as they head towards their upstream destinations. Big egg patterns and buggers are getting noticed in the soft-water,...