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Author:Steve Kuieck

Raw Silver

Well, fall is back in the air today and conditions seemed raw by comparison to the summer-like weather we have had for the past two weeks. Joining me was Scott, Jack, and Tom, all took full advantage of our early silver. Day off tomorrow...

10/13/11

Last day with the McKay group and we sent Rusty off with style. With all the cooperative steelhead of late, I have been salivating to get out and swing. Rusty having never swung a fly before was up for learning something new and the challenge...

The hunt for early chrome

The hunt for early chrome continues to be quite impressive for this early in the season. Mornings are definitely the best but with the numbers of steelhead in the system afternoons are producing too! The McKay group is with is for the next few days...

Steelhead Queen

Pretty remarkable early fall steelhead fishing on the Mo'. I certainly hope this continues and we get to leave the salmon alone, but who knows? The reality is that it just might continue. Remember the fall steelhead run of 2007? It was pretty special and...

Dallas Chrome

Curtis of Dallas, Texas joined me for the last few days on the Mo'. Thinking back on our many years fishing together over these same dates, neither of us could remember a stretch of weather quite like this year's. After spending some time chasing salmon...

Indian Summer?

Indian summer is fast becoming a cooker! Morning fishing is very predictable, but the afternoons under the high skies have the fish a little shy. Steelhead numbers continue to improve, landing them has proved to be a whole different story! Pictured is Michigan Tech student...

October Trout Fishing

After a few grueling days on I-80 I find myself back floating to the cadence of the Muskegon. It has only been a few weeks but some notable changes have been made to the salmonid community since my previous trips. The "brutes" have...

Still wet wading!

Indian summer has made its way into Michigan and looks to be here for the foreseeable future. Salmon fishing is solid with many fish in the deep troughs and shallow spawning areas. The Darby crew joined Dave and I and kept us smiling from...

It won’t be long!

Finished up with Mark, Arif, and Dr. Padaria today. Salmon fishing was fair but the resident trout were eager. Water temps are dropping and the increased flow has the doors for the magic carpet ride open, it won't be long and it will be rocking!...