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Great day Great guy

I had the pleasure of spending the day with Dr. Lacina today. It was a "made to order" kind of day. Dark skies, light precipitation, and weather on the horizon—a perfect recipe for a good swing. Thankfully the recipe was right and grabby steelhead were...

Happy Anniversary

Rick and Linda celebrated their wedding anniversary with us and I don't think it could have been any better. Pictured is Linda with her best of the day on her two-hander. Some much needed rain is forecasted tomorrow though Wednesday—this should cement what looks to be...

Red Cheeks

A 20 degree morning on the Muskegon River gave us some seriously red cheeks for the first few hours of our day. The water temperature is dropping and conditions are moving towards a more predictable normal. All-in-all it was a good day on the swing. Pictured...

40 degree swing

The crazy weather continues. 70 degrees Friday afternoon and 32 degrees and heavy snow showers Saturday afternoon! Simply crazy to have a 40 degree swing in 24 hours. Pictured is Dr. Whetzel with RQ guide Jay Allen with a nice steelhead off his two-hander before...

One of those days

Last day with the MRO crew—today was a memorable one for sure! Couldn't be happier for them! Now if the big bucks would just show my son and I a favor or two! Pictured is Scott with dime bright hen with RQ guide Dave this afternoon. Capt....

Congrats!

Low-clear water continues to test the tenacity of our clients. Covering plenty of water and making good use of every swing has been the ticket. Not a lot of words needed toward Rich and his truly awesome steelhead on his two-hander from today...

Adversities

High winds and plenty of leaves made for some challenges on the river today. Capitalizing on opportunities would be especially key. Grabs have been tough enough with low-clear water and high skies. Despite a number of missed opportunities today Tim from Boston MA pushed through...

More Sun

The one day of clouds came to an end and returned us to bright blue sunny skies. Sure can't say it isn't pretty. Pictured is Michael with a nice buck on his two-hander. Capt. Steven Kuieck...

Thankful

As we said goodbye to our guests of the past few days and reflect on the memories of the trip, it's hard to be crabby about our successes or the tough hand we were dealt with some truly remarkable weather—four sunny days near 70 degrees...