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Author:Steve Kuieck

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...

02/27/09

The  road show continues this weekend and next with with Captain Fred Vargas as a featured fly tyer at the West Michigan Celebration of Fly Tying produced by the Grand River Fly Tyers and  Dennis potter in conjunction with River House Fly Company. For more...

02/22/09

Thanks to all of you who stopped by our booth at the 2009 Great Waters Expo in Schaumburg Illinois; you made it a great success. As we look forward to the 2010 show here are a few shots of the weekend. Pictured below is Captain Fred...

02/19/09

Winter has made another return to West Michigan; it is a brisk 17 degrees outside with winds to 30mph! I am glad that we will indoor at the Great Waters Expo 2009 in Schaumburg Illinois. This years show is slated to be better than last...

02/18/09

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of hosting my father (Capt. Tom) for a day winter steelhead fishing. After spending some time in Florida, a return to the river was much appreciated. Fishing was extremely slow in the morning with zero action; however, the sun and...

02/13/09

After the unseasonable temperatures from early in the week we have now returned to more seasonable conditions. The river as predicted is now ripping at a steady 5200cfs. The flow by observation has seemed to plateau and should start heading back to normal over the...

02/10/09

With winter still the primary feature according to the calendar for the next 4-6 weeks it was refreshing to be back on the water with a temperature near 60 degrees. The river level is in check for the time being but that will likely change...