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Author:Steve Kuieck

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...

Back at it

Nice to be back on the river after a couple unplanned days off. The steelhead are becoming at bit more challenging with most river go'ers focusing their attention towards them. Swung fly opportunities are becoming more consistent each day. We spent our afternoon swinging and...

Bitten by Chrome

First time steelhead chasers, Jim and Christine, have been bitten by our love for chrome. While the day was certainly filled with ups and downs, the memories of battles lost and eventually won will echo long into the coming winter for Jim and Christine. Welcome...

One handed steelheading?

Quite a soggy day on the Mo'. The river level has already jumped and that only means more chrome in our future! You would never have known the weather wasn't choice by smiles on the four ladies faces today. Joining Dave and I was Nancy,...

Serious Faces–Serious Chrome

Certainly it wasn't nearly as pleasant on the river today! The forecasted low-pressure system not only made for a raw day, but made the steelhead bite a bit more fickle. Dave and Lenny kept after the bite and through their efforts were rewarded with some...

Ariochs show stopper

Quite a day on the river! While yesterday Peter was able to boat several beautiful steelhead, Arioch's chrome fell short of the net. Today, however, would be different. Arioch stole the show from start to finish. Neither Peter nor I could have been happier! Capt. Steven...

Salmon, why bother!

The Gary group is with Captains Don, Dave, and myself for a couple days. Rising waters on the Mo' has further enhanced the already great steelhead fishing. Salmon numbers continue to be very high and have the egg bite on overdrive. Windy conditions look to...