Tom Kuieck, Author at RiverQuest Charters
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Author:Tom Kuieck

Memorable to the Max!

After trying to prompt fall steelhead to play all morning long to no avail, Dr. Greg, Nate, and I relaxed over a shore lunch, after which we decided to give the chinook salmon a shot for the afternoon. The result was Dr. Greg's running a...

First Time!

Dad Jeff and 11 year old son, Tyler, cast fly rods for smallmouth bass for their first time today with me on the Muskegon River. Although the cold night before may have prompted the bass to seal their lips until after lunch, it was a...

Guides Day Out

RiverQuest Captain Don Graham and I hit the Muskegon River today to chase smallmouth bass. Gorgeous weather; no boats; three retired couples in kayaks; and that was it—just us, Mother Nature and the bass. We started with streamers, hooked a couple of fish, and soon...

Absolutely Perfect!

Great day fly fishing the Muskegon River today with two of my dearest colleagues and friends from my teacher/administrator days with the Jenison Public Schools! Dave Dresslar, the retired superintendent, and Tom TenBrink, the current superintendent, annually fly fish with me in the spring for...

Father/Son Great Times!

Smallmouth bass fishing on the Muskegon today didn't disappoint father Dick and son Doug or their guide, yours truly.  With flows at 1,100 cfs, which is below normal for this time of year, the fish were concentrated in their preferred holding spots, certainly more so...

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...