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Author:Steve Kuieck

Lets spread out

Rain, sleet, and eventually snow made for a true November  day on the river. Joining me was Jens, and Tim to try their hand at swinging flies for a couple days on the Mo'. With the waters running high from the recent rains and visibility...

It doesnt get any better than this!

Dark, dreary, and rainy, three key elements to make a great day of fall steelhead fishing. While these conditions certainly don't rate high on the list with the Chamber of Commerce, steelhead  certainly love to exploit them! Joining me for his first opportunity to swing...

One more for the road

Josh w/ one for the road! Hit the water at daybreak this morning w/ good friend Josh.  As always, wish we had had more time.  Purple and black leeches/streamers and still a few fish on egg patterns. Jay Allen, guide This buck hammered a purple and...

First light tug

Perfect day, minus the wind and the abundance of leaves this afternoon in the water column.  Joining me today was Dr. Peters and his good friend Scott. While Dr. Peters is a seasoned fly fisherman, Scott had never fished a fly rod, let-alone a two-handed...

Beggings and Ends

"Saturday patience" was a necessity today as many people were out enjoying the November sunshine. While I can certainly understand the desire to be out on a day like today;  I really have a hard time understanding people just driving around looking for the "right"...

Tony’s tug continue!

It's hard to believe its the first of November already! Closing the door on October 2011 after some of the most amazing early fall steelhead fly fishing I have ever witnessed on the Muskegon is hard to do. However, it's now November and truly, it...

A Georgia Spey fisherman?

Boat traffic was back in check today which made for a more enjoyable day of guiding. Will and Steve finished up their week with us learning to swing. Though swinging a fly doesn't "punch your card" nearly as often as deep water nymphing, it...

A spey fisherman is born

Boy, where did the boat traffic come from? No matter, John and Matt both new to the world of the swung fly, stayed the course even while seeing other fisherman find success throughout the day. While the morning bite has been key lately, today the...