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Author:Steve Kuieck

Hopefull Afernoon? Ah yah!

This buck ate a small copper bugger Fished late this afternoon for a quick fish planning on only fishing for trout.  Water levels were at about 2,200 cfs when we got on the water and then dropped to about 1,700 cfs late in the...

A solid 150

Each December my father and I set aside our fly gear and follow our hearts to the December muzzleloader season in Illinois and visit our friends at Sugar Creek Outfitters. For those of you who have never hunted Illinois, my words alone could never fully...

Spey fishing at its finest

Winter is surely making it's self known more everyday now. Noticeably, ice continued to form from start to finish  today as daytime temperatures never made it above freezing. While John and I were not burdened by the pressing cold, the chrome did make John earn...

Bill gets his swing on

Glad to be back on the water after a nice extended holiday. River conditions are "big" again, weekend rains have the Mo' pushing above average. Clarity wasn't really an issue until midday down from the lodge, but after lunch it became cloudy until you traveled...

Beard Buster Spey Fishng

Days like today remind you that winter is edging closer everyday. Above normal temperatures are slated to return by Thanksgiving Day, but we all know that we are on borrowed time with mother nature. Joining me today was Bob and Jim to learn as much...