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Author:Steve Kuieck

Thanks for the Laughs

Rewind the calendar, early May weather is here! What a difference a few day makes here in Michigan, early week temperatures soaring into the mid and upper 90's followed by what the body senses as a big chill, temperatures in the upper 50's and low...

Carpe Diem!

Nice little change of pace for the last two days as my dad and I had a chance to fish the flats Grand Traverse Bay for carp. Carp numbers on the flats are nearly as high as they get, however a big percentage of them...

Improvement

Improvement! Finally, a few of the Mo's nicer trout are starting to take advantage of the over-the-top spinner falls. Last nights "dance" was equally as impressive as the night prior. The Scorza's, as luck would have it, timed their arrival to coincide with some of...

Bugs!

Bug, bugs, and more bugs, we're definitely in the midst of some great hatches. Gray drake, sulphers, caddis and a few iso's have been very consistent the last several evenings. Last nights gray drake hatch was particularly special as the spinner fall was near epic...

High Sky Bow-Bows

Ross and Craig joined me today on the Mo' for a day of nymphing. Gorgeous, would be the only way to describe this perfect June day--this certainly was a drastic improvement in weather and stream conditions that kept us off the river nearly a month...

Retreat!

Thank goodness for the mancave back at the lodge! Dr's Hicswa and Eavey and I made good use of our time taking shelter from yet another spring storm. Lunch, a few beers, a couple good cigars, and lots of laughs made for a great afternoon....

Double D’s

The past two days of warm summer-like temperatures in the low to mid-80's have left the steelhead seemingly pressure cooked. While I can't speak about all of the steelhead, the fish we encountered today were not the happy campers of only a few days ago....

Sort where necessay

Well, after a few days away for an out-of-town wedding it was great to be back on the water today. Joining me were Jim and Jon, both seasoned Muskegon River fly fisherman. Shorts and sandals by 11am. was a refreshing change of pace today as...