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Author:Steve Kuieck

Fun as usual

Finished up our last day with the McKay group today. Yes, John continued his streak on Muskegon River Fall steelhead. However, Frank stole the show with this magnificent hen steelhead this morning. We’ll be looking forward to your groups return  next spring. Capt. Steven Kuieck...

Two for 2

Two years in a row John has found a way to put some chrome up for our featured image of the day. Let’s see if he can make it 3 for 3 tomorrow. Rivers droppng and no clouds are in sight—gonna have to earn it. Capt. Steven...

Right where we should be.

Recent rains have kicked things into high gear on the Muskegon River. Salmon numbers are likely peaking and a good shot of chrome has entered the system. Right place–right time is pretty much key for fall steelehad. Pictured is Pastor Greg with a fantastic steelhead...

Father & Son Fly Fishing

After a recent trout trip with us in September Craig was eager to bring his 13 yr old son Jack on the Muskegon River for his first trip chasing salmon. Though the steelhead were elusive today both Jack and Craig had many battles with...

Time well spent

Three generations of the Green family joined me to day. Spending time together and making memories is all that really mattered to the Bill. Sharing the day with his son John and grandson Glenn was most important, no matter how the salmon fishing treated us....

DC meets Muskegon

Adam travelled in from DC to escape the hustle and bustle of the East coast and the demands of corporate life. Swinging flies and stripping streamers is always therapeutic to life's demands. Though fishing wasn't as friendly as Muskegon River is known for, it did...