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Author:Steve Kuieck

Before our world turned white

Winter trout, just before our world of winter white returned. Gary with a nice brown; what a nice day another fine brown in the winter! well worth the "work" Spent a wonderful day on the river with Gary.  Taking time to get out and soak it all in was...

Zoning

Winter trout, hitting the zone. steelhead on a scud! I'll take these all day long Special guest appearance by Heather Well rewarded for a good drift! butterball; thought this brown might cluck perfect winter run on a calm day Out on the water the past few days and fish seem to be...

New Year Trout

Happy New Year! [caption id="attachment_5111" align="alignnone" width="320" caption="Brown that fell to a #16 Muskegon scud"][/caption] Bringing in the New Year on the Muskegon!  Fishing continues to be full of surprises.  Trout fishing is steadily gaining momentum with higher numbers of fat rainbows...

Last drift of the year

It's going to be a Happy New Year! Hudson w/ a hefty dusk steelhead scud eating brownie Noah w/ a fine fat rainbow late season rainbows never get old! surprise eagle lake rainbow holdover! Amidst all of the Christmas festivities I did manage to get out for a couple of...

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...