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Author:Steve Kuieck

09/16/08

Scott Misaad and his father-in-law Sandy joined me today on the Manistee. Fishing was less than ideal this morning in the lower light conditions as the fish have found comfort in the higher water flows in areas that you would otherwise not fish. Once the...

09/15/08

Although the Manistee drainage didn't receive the deluge southern Michigan did last weekend, the river is up over its flow of last week. Through the day, it continued to rise, which scattered the fish and inexplicably didn't seem to bring up significant numbers of...

09/13/08

Areas down state recieved heavy rain today while we on the Manistee River had a good soaking. Salmon are sure to respond to the added flow. I would not expect the river to go through any major transformation from this rain but we need to...

09/12/08

Bill lettinga, Charlie Booth, and father-son combo Bob and Aidan Brady joined Dave and I for a day of salmon fishing on the Manistee River. Traffic on the water was very light today as people have spread out throughout the entire river system. Salmon numbers...

09/11/08

Today, I had the pleasure of hosting Jeff and Kyle for a day of Manistee River fly fishing for Chinook salmon. Jeff and Kyle are an absolute delight to guide, and we had our usual loads of laughs and thoughtful conversation. The fish...

09/07/08

After receiving much needed rain two days ago the salmon numbers have increased dramatically. However the catch rates have not yet caught up with the numbers of fish. It would seem (my opinion) that the fish are slow to respond in the still warm river...

09/04/08

Much needed rain is now falling as fore-casted! Salmon fishing has already improved since yesterday and should blow up by the weekend or early next week. Don Graham and my dad joined me today for a much needed day of fun fishing. I was glad...

09/03/08

Much needed rain is on the way with cooler temperatures as the remnants of Hurricane Gustav marches North to Michigan. Salmon fishing has slowed with the increases water temps. The forecast is perfect though as we roll through the week; rain will arrive later tonight...

08/25/08

Dr. Adam Kremer and his brother Mark joined me yesterday on the lower Manistee River for some salmon streamer action. Beautiful sunny weather accompanied us down the river making for a fabulous day on the water. While experimentation continues to bring salmon to the flies...

08/19/08

Salmon season has officially begun! Salmon season started yesterday for me but since I actually did not place a fish in the boat it was recorded a successful today. Kyle sealed the deal today with a bit of luck as we practically winched this 15.5lbs salmon...