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Author:Steve Kuieck

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...

05/17/08

 Steelhead fishing is winding down on the Mo'; it has been quite a spring with near flood stage water and driving snow to weather that just make you feel lucky to be alive! Thanks to all of you who shared this spring with us. Two beautiful...

5/15/08

Steelhead fishing continues on the Muskegon; though fish numbers are certainly dwindling -steelhead will continue to be part of the days chase. Small stone flies and caddis are hatching daily with trout starting to look up. Streamer fishing is fair; look for improvements as the...