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Author:Steve Kuieck

Unsettled

Steelhead fishing on the Muskegon River lately has been a lot like the weather—its had its ups & downs. Dr. Buckley joined me yesterday and we enjoyed a very nice January day on river swinging flies. While our opportunities weren't numerous we were graced by some...

Just in time for Christmas

The polar plunge has finally retreated back to Canada. 35 degrees on the river felt balmy compared to most days recently. The level finally bumped back to a little closer to normal after several days of wild fluctuations—thankfully! Pictured is Peter with a beauty that took...

Winter Wonderland

A winter wonderland as far as the eye can see. Yes, we've transformed our world to winter white over the past 48 hours. Surely this time of year is one of the most beautiful along our river banks. Short trip today—was rewarded with this nice...

Parting gift

Winter is upon us. Our first Winter Storm Warning is in effect and with it I think it's time to embrace "winter steelhead season". December has proven to be our best month for swinging flies for a second year in a row. And with Peter's...

First MI Swing

Peter, director of Eastern Orvis ELOG joined me today for his first of two days swinging Michigan steelhead. While Peter has been privileged to swing flies in many areas across the country, today was his first in our mitten. Thankfully our Muskegon River didn't disappoint,...

Busy

Favorable conditions brought out a pretty good numbers of anglers on river today. Not a real big surprise, but certainly more than most days. Fishing waters less traveled was key today. As well as lengthening out the leaders as the falls again. Pictured is Phil with...

My Turn

I love guiding—it's the best job on the planet! Dispite having a big list of things to accomplish around the lodge and in the office today, I just simply couldn't resist the urge to swing up some chrome of my own. One fish was the...