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Author:Steve Kuieck

New and Old Pro’s

A chilly day was in-store for us today on the Muskegon River. Joining me was first-timer Dr. Talal and semi-seasoned Dr. Nykamp. Water conditions are near perfect with only a slight stain and a moderate flow. Small stone flies, green caddis, pale eggs, and the...

Hammer Time

Great day on the water shared with a couple of great guys-Chris and Scott.  After a chilly start to the day the beautiful spring sunshine led the way to a most comfortable day on the river. Both Chris and Scott log many hours on the...

My Belly Hurts

Today was the last day with the O' Came group, I'm glad we finished it with such a beautiful day! Sunny skies and light winds made for a most enjoyable day with the crew.  It will be hard to top the last couple days from...

Irish Honey

The Patric O' Came group is with us for a few days and got things off to a good start with Capt Don, Jay, and I. River conditions have improved dramatically with only a slight stain remaining in the lessened flow. Water temperatures however have...

Jr. & Sr.

High dirty water is the name of the game right now on the Mo'. The water is settling some, however be ready to fish a lot of lead! The winter fish have hit the gravel taking advantage of the flow for protection--let's hope they hurry...

They never miss a beat

Ken and John joined me today for their annual spring steelhead trip together. While some springs have featured sunny skies and low water this years trip would feature cold winds and high water. Ken and John don't miss a beat, high-water or low, they always...

Glad to be back

Well after my only 2nd sick day ever in fifteen years of guiding, I was glad to be back on the water and taking in the fresh air. Jay and Frank were eager to hit the river after a successful day prior with Capt. Don....

Fat Line Chrome

Wow, one day to the next the bite seems to different. Today the bite was soft, finding waters that hadn't been probed was key to our success today. Fat lines and floats out-produced the go to C&D. Flies have been the same for the last...

Got the spins

"Much improved" is the phrase for Monday. Capt Dave and I are hosting the Medema group for a couple days and we got the group off to a good start. Now, all we need to do is work on the landing ratios and we'll be...