Tom Kuieck, Author at RiverQuest Charters
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Author:Tom Kuieck

Grandpa’s Gift

Man, do I love it when I have the privilege of guiding a family group assembled from near and far by a grandfather whose love for his grandsons led him to book a two boat fly fishing trip with Captain Don Graham and me. What...

Just about Perfect!

Just about the most perfect day on the Muskegon River one could possibly ask for: sunshine that had us shucking layers all day; river flow that abated during the day; just a whisper now and then of a breeze; and willing steelhead that kept brothers...

Strong, Fast, and Shy

Plenty of steelhead action early morning and later in the afternoon today with longtime friends and customers Bob and Ron. The fish were especially powerful and fast today, and the teenager fresh hen that Ron lost after she took him a good 40 feet into...

Converted!

What a delight it was to host Brian, who was part of the Orvis group, for two days. New to fly fishing for steelhead, Brian was into a number of fish, trout and steelhead, and here posts a fresh run hen that he brought to...

Big Boy!

RiverQuest guide Captain Don Graham put his guys on steelhead throughout the day today with multiple hookups and fish brought to net with flies and  fly rods. Here, Gary hoists a hefty 14 lb. winter buck that garnered top honors for the day. Congratulations, Gary,...

A Different Kind of Chrome

For years, Devin Boetsma, owner of Schut's Body Shop in Hudsonville, Michigan has repaired, renewed, and—in the case of the 1972 Corvette that I bought new in '72—restored our family's vehicles. I remember his urging me to have the Corvette's bumpers replated with "show chrome,"...

Showing Dad How!

Longtime fly fisherman, Chuck, and his son, Matt, who is new to working the long rod, prevailed over a heavy river flow (5,100 cfs) and frigid 36.5 degree water temperature to secure some steelhead love on Michigan's Muskegon River today. A quick study, Matt learned...