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Author:Steve Kuieck

One bunny ear for dad!

Matt Darby and his daughter Jenna- 10yrs old joined me on the Manistee for a great day of father/child fishing. Fishing could not have been for the trip with beautiful sunshine and plentiful numbers of salmon. Egg patterns, caddis , hexes, and antron stone flies...

Where’s my camera?

Great time on the Manistee with long-time friend and client, Jeff, and his new business colleague, John, who while having distinguished himself as an offensive lineman for Lloyd Carr during the Tom Brady era, had never fly fished before. John caught on as quickly...

Different days, different conditions

Fall weather finally made a return the past couple of days filling the watersheds with much needed cold rain. Both the Manistee and the Muskegon took big jumps in flow surely providing that magic carpet ride needed for the migrating salmon. Joining me Friday was longtime...

Boom–How too clinic!

Danny Viss and Kirt Vandyken joined me today on the Manistee River for a day of sore arms. Danny and Kirt put on a "how too clinic" today on the river- mostly a how too "lose clinic" but none the less they were on fish...

Big!

Tim Hicswa and Al Eavey joined me today on the Manistee River. Fishing was a bit different today as the water rose better than a foot from the recent rains. New and old salmon were taking advantage of "magic carpet ride" and were on the...

Maryland Magic

Matt from Maryland joined me today for some salmon fly fishing. Matt is in the geologic mapping business and has a keen interest not only in geology but in the out-of-doors as well. Although Matt fly fishes his native North Carolina and Maryland...

Now that’s a Salmon!

Pete Vredeveld along with his father-in-law Craig joined me today for Pete's annual fall salmon trip. Fishing was good with plenty of opportunities for success though as it goes with salmon fishing many fall short of the net. If I haven't yet convinced you of the...

Never too old!

The next time you and anyone you know slips into "I'm getting too old to do whatever," remember this post. John commemorated his father-in-law Harold's nintieth (yes, that's 90th) birthday with what Harold likes to do best—fish. Harold took his first steelhead on a fly...

Not even close boys

Jeff Segard was back today with his children: Zach, Jordan, and Gracyn. This trip has been a long anticipated event each fall for the boys while Gracen had always stayed at home with mom. This year would be the first year Gracen would join...

Battle they did

Father/son trips are special, and today proved an exclamation point for that truism. Lance had recently graduated from law school and had received a clerkship position with a prominant federal judge. Dad Don, justifiably proud of his son's accomplishment, decided to take him...