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10-22-11

After a crisp start today on the Muskegon, it warmed up very nice for a pleasant afternoon. The steelhead that Dr. Eastway hooked put on a great aerial show, and then said good by. The salmon were a little more cooperative, except for one that...

Bitten by Chrome

First time steelhead chasers, Jim and Christine, have been bitten by our love for chrome. While the day was certainly filled with ups and downs, the memories of battles lost and eventually won will echo long into the coming winter for Jim and Christine. Welcome...

10-21-11

We had a great time on the river today with steelhead, brown trout and salmon giving us a challenge with first timers at fly fishing. Aaron and Lee spent the first half of the day with me, and Jerry and Josh the second half. Spending...

10-21-11

When I learned that Dave and sons Ross and Ryan had some major coin on who would boat top weight, I realized that if the steelhead didn't cooperate pretty quickly, it would be major salmon time.  We gave the chrome a good four hours, but...

10-20-11

Aaron, Jeff and Michael joined me on the Muskegon river in search of steelhead. The morning bite was very good, however, getting to the boat, we came up short. In the afternoon Aaron was rewarded with a nice steelhead that put up a great fight,...

One handed steelheading?

Quite a soggy day on the Mo'. The river level has already jumped and that only means more chrome in our future! You would never have known the weather wasn't choice by smiles on the four ladies faces today. Joining Dave and I was Nancy,...

10/19/11

If the fishing today mirrored the weather conditions, things would have been much different. But alas, as lungs expelled thick clouds of smoke and icy water fell from the sky, Brian found his happy place. Clouds rolled back, blue skies rolled in, and...

Serious Faces–Serious Chrome

Certainly it wasn't nearly as pleasant on the river today! The forecasted low-pressure system not only made for a raw day, but made the steelhead bite a bit more fickle. Dave and Lenny kept after the bite and through their efforts were rewarded with some...

10-18-11

Craig and Joe spent the last two days fishing for steelhead and salmon, with smiles of boated fish and great memories of great battles of the ones that didn't want to be photographed. Capt. Don Graham...