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Author:Tom Kuieck

9-29-10

So what do RiverQuest guides do when they have a day off?  They go fly fishing, of course!  Usually, my fellow guide and bud, Captain Don Graham is my fly fishing partner, but since he was unable to join me, I soloed for a couple...

9-27-10

What do you think of an eighth grader who 1) bags a doe over the weekend during the youth hunt; and 2) out-fishes his dad by landing his first Chinook salmon with a fly rod and a stone fly neatly ensconced in the upper lip...

9-23-10

Sheesh!  What a difference a day makes!  Yesterday, the weather was gold standard; today it felt like the opening for "Forty Days & Forty Nights!"  As the photo of Doug holding one of the salmon he and Tom hooked today shows, the heavens unloaded buckets...

9-22-10

"Life Begins at 80!" Let's all just make a pledge right now to never, never sit home and wait for the grim reaper to collect.  Not Tom and Doug!  These guys are our models:  best fishing, duck and deer hunting buddies for their entire adult lives,...

9-21-10

Lots of fun today with Gary and his two buds, Joe and Dan.  With the water temp having dropped to 61 on the Manistee, the Kings decided to get on with “boy meets girl.”  So sight fishing away we went with Gary our rookie, hooking...

9-14-10

Another bluebird day on the Manistee with very few fish in evidence!  Were it not for some love from fellow gentleman guide Chuck Scribner, today could have been a long, frustrating day.  Salmon remain in good numbers in the lower river with precious few in...

9-13-10

Wonderful day on the Manistee today:  gorgeous fall weather and great company.  Very few fish in the upper river, however, but John and his 91 year-old father-in-law Harold, managed to connect with some kings.  Our landing percentage wasn’t the best, but it didn’t matter to...

8-25-10

Seasons come; seasons go, and so it was with mixed feelings today that Captain Don Graham and I hit the Muskegon for one last smallie float.  We were sad to say "Good-bye" to the smallmouth bass that have given us and our clients such a...