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Author:Steve Kuieck

03/23/09

Jim and Bob from Schamburg, IL join me today for a blustery day on the river. The ever changing saga of the steelhead bite continued in my boat today. One day it is bang, bang, bang and move and today it was beat the water...

3/18/09

Ben Sorsen and Bela Sandor joined me for a wonderful day of early spring steelhead fishing on the Muskegon River. Fishing today differed from yesterday by needing to work the pools thoroughly. In a few spots the fish seemed to come easily but most locations...

03/17/09

Happy St. Patrick's Day! With two unfilled cancellations  I just could not let this beautiful 70 degree day go by without some river time scouting for the rest of the week. Capt. Dave joined me today to celebrate this prelude to spring and summer. Fishing today...

3/15/09

As predicted: one big cork in dam= lots better fishing! Part-time RiverQuest guide Jason Nurmi (and a close  friend) hit the river today in search of some much needed chrome. Though just being out on this wonderful 60 degree day wasn't bad by itself some...

03/15/09

Finally, finally, finally; after almost nine straight days of very high water things are about to get very good! The operators of the dam have finally put a cork in and conditions are improving dramaticaly. This will really be the kick off to much improved...

03/12/09

Sure has been tough filling the blog with shinny chrome pictures lately! The Muskegon River is slowly falling back to a fish-able level. I have in the past not been intimidated by 5000+ cfs flows during the spring steelhead run but with water temperatures sliding...

03/09/09

Tomorrows "kick off" of the spring steelhead season for me will have to wait for an undetermined amount of time with the extremely high water from the recent rains. I think that things could be back to a fish able level by weeks end. The...

03/05/09

After a great business meeting in Newaygo today we are off to Detroit for the Michigan Fly Fishing Clubs fly fishing show. We will  have our booth and the maestro will be tying. This show is usually a not-to-miss event for those of you wanting...

02/28/09

With the 2009 Celebration of Fly Tying in the history books I though I would share a few shots from Captain Don Grahams camera. I would also like to thank the Grand River Fly Tyers and Dennis Potter for organizing this wonderful event. As you...