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Author:Steve Kuieck

Group Fun

Dan Bowen and guests O.D., Pete, and Mike joined Capt. Fred and I for a successful day of salmon fishing on the MO'. New and old salmon can be found throughout the Muskegon River's prime spawning sections in the top 12-15miles of river. Chrome can...

Soggy Salmon

Steve Nienhuis and his long time buddy Rick Smith joined me for a soggy day on the Muskegon River. Though the weather above the water was dreary the salmon seemed like kids after the first snowfall of the season- very happy! While the salmon at...

Windy is the word

Day three with the Canter group was windy; this however seemed to keep everyone home and the river traffic was nonexistent! With the passing of the front the fish seemed much more a ease than yesterday and very willing to play. Small pale egg patterns...

Wearing out your welcome?

The Canter group of Athens, OH joined Capts. Dave, Tom,and I for the last two days on the Muskegon River. Fishing has been good despite the ever changing weather; though from time-to-time the fish have seemed very edgy from the swings in barometric pressure. Small...

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...