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Author:Steve Kuieck

Big Daddy Dime

River levels have dropped back to a perfect 2800 cfs and currently carrying the perfect stain. Water temps however have dropped off the charts with over-night temperatures nudging the single digits.  What does all this mean? Basically, this spring is shaping up just like the...

MRO is in the House

The spring weather roller-coaster looks to be in full effect as a late winter storm sends us scrabbling for our winter gear. The group from MRO will be heading back to their homes in Ohio and Pennsylvania today with new friendships and memories that will...

Davis

Captains Dave, Don, and I hosted the Halanski group today. Rising waters had the Mo' in grand fashion today for our start. Slightly above normal flows with a good stain had me thinking big thoughts as we started in for the day. Indy's and fat...

Can you say Clear?

With the 2011 Winter show season behind us, let the parade of chrome begin! Water conditions are improving daily as the flow is on the increase from the melting snow pack. Water temps are still very cold and should keep the fresh chrome locked down...

Yick=Steelhead

Freezing rain steelhead fishing--what can you say, steelhead just like foul weather! Joining Captain Dave and I today was Grant, Jeff, Matt, and Joe of Elliott Donnely TU, Chicago. The icy morning conditions certainly didn't cause any pause for the crew today--actually, I think they...

Eddie & Chrome

With a fast approaching winter storm and a barometer that was headed South in a hurry, a river relatively high and dirty--cards were significantly stacked against us. Joining JD would be his long time friend Eddie who was brand new to steelhead fly fishing. Eddie...

High-bank Steelhead

What a beautiful February day on the Muskegon River--diminishing winds, sunny skies, and afternoon warmth of 37 degrees. Clear waters--the norm lately, were replaced with stained and swift conditions by the lunch hour; this certainly to be expected with our rapidly disappearing snow pack.  The...

Happy Campers

A much need break in the Arctic air is slated to arrive Sunday and last most of next week. I believe the temperatures are over-done and not taking into account the 2+ feet of snow we have on the ground. Regardless, the temperatures in the...

BUFF 11′

Puncitony Phil has promised 6 more weeks of winter until spring--I have a hard time believing that, the way this winter has been going. Even if spring is only a short time away I hope it is slow to appear. The current snow pack around...