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Author:Steve Kuieck

06/18/08

Remarkably cool weather has gripped us for the last couple of evenings on the MO'; though the 60 degree temps sure make it pleasant on the water the bugs seem a bit miffed. Minimal Gray Drakes last night combined with the off color water which...

06/09/08

Well after 4 days of thunderstorms yielding 4-5inches of rain the river is huge- nearly 7000cfs. Trout fishing will be very good with streamers busted against the bank once the water starts to recede. Nearly 6 years ago the river spiked from rains such as...

06/06/08

Today I had the pleasure of a father/daughter duo; Tom Van Ek and his daughter Nicole. With the future of the out-door recreation in the hands of our younger generations it was great to see Nicole excel with a from scratch fly cast to a very well...

06/05/08

Renowned fly fisherman Dr. Scott Smith joined me today on what would turn out to be a very electrically charged wet day. Perfect condition greeted us this morning- warm and humid with good surface activity right off the get go! A fair sized mayfly about...

06/02/08

Day trip today with Chuck and Ken; what a beautiful day! Prolific evening hatches have the trout fat and happy; even the trout on the caviar train seemed full as they held their ground in the choice feeding lanes behind the red horse. A large...

05/28/08

Chilly boat ride this morning @ 32 degrees- amazing how cold that seems when we get used to 70's! Scott Misaad and Brian Vandomelen (sorry for the spelling!) joined me to strip streamers and maybe catch a morning spinner fall. Well the bugs really never...

05/23/08

Bill and Ida Joined me for a much deserved day on the Mo'. After a chilly start streamer fishing picked up. Oddly no fish were interested in anything that would take some ambition to eat. A small (at least by my standards) fly called the...

05/20/08

Trout fishing is now the primary focus for us on the Mo'; steelhead numbers are fishable up stream though it will soon be over. Caddis, March Browns, and a few Grey Drakes can be seen throughout the warmer daylight hours. Streamer fishing today was productive...