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Author:Steve Kuieck

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...

Wooly Steelhead

Burrrr, the last few days on the river have been pretty chilly! While yesterday mornings sunshine created a beautiful back drop for our steelhead fishing it was quickly replace by the clouds in the afternoon and a chilly breeze today. The bite was soft both...

Successful Scouting

Great to be back on the river today! Joining me was my dad (Capt Tom) for some scouting before some up-coming trips. The rivers back-drop couldn't have been more spectacular--heavy snow from last nights storm bent limbs of trees and blanketed the already white forest...

Happy New Year

Happy New Year! I hope everyone enjoyed the holidays with their friends and families. I am hoping to hit the river this week prior to our first show of the season in Indianapolis, Indiana this weekend, but I have a bunch of stuff to due...

Chrome in the snow?

Some much needed rain fell throughout the region yesterday, hopefully providing some kick to some sections of the Muskegon River. Steelhead have been spread out from top to bottom of the river lately. Swinging flies has continued to produce quality fish. I might actually argue...

That was worth the wait!

Capt. Dave and myself hosted the Greg Winsor group of Chicago, for a cold day of swinging for steelhead. Water temperatures are dropping but remain warm for the calendar date. The river flow dropped about 100cfs today and is back to about where it has...