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10/18/2011

Today was day two with John Gary. Without his son to compete with today John was able to bring some very nice fish to hand. This may be beginning to sound old, but everyday we have been amazed by the fishery this year. let's just...

Ariochs show stopper

Quite a day on the river! While yesterday Peter was able to boat several beautiful steelhead, Arioch's chrome fell short of the net. Today, however, would be different. Arioch stole the show from start to finish. Neither Peter nor I could have been happier! Capt. Steven...

10/17/2011

Today brought Father and Son duo John & Bob Gary. Even with the stiff winds from today Bob seemed to have the hot hand today. Pictured above is one of his chrome beauties from today. The steelhead bite has become a bit more consistent throughout...

Salmon, why bother!

The Gary group is with Captains Don, Dave, and myself for a couple days. Rising waters on the Mo' has further enhanced the already great steelhead fishing. Salmon numbers continue to be very high and have the egg bite on overdrive. Windy conditions look to...

10-15-11

Austin is celebrating his birthday with his father Gerald and uncle Ron on the Muskegon river fishing for salmon and steelhead with the fly rod for the first time. Austin and his uncle Ron were able to bring the salmon to the boat, however the...

10/14/11

Paul and I tried to temp chrome today, but the only one that wanted to play busted off.  No matter, Paul was quite contented to battle salmon after salmon as consolation prizes.  A walleye and big lake salmon guy, Paul took to casting  indicators on...

Raw Silver

Well, fall is back in the air today and conditions seemed raw by comparison to the summer-like weather we have had for the past two weeks. Joining me was Scott, Jack, and Tom, all took full advantage of our early silver. Day off tomorrow...

10/13/11

Last day with the McKay group and we sent Rusty off with style. With all the cooperative steelhead of late, I have been salivating to get out and swing. Rusty having never swung a fly before was up for learning something new and the challenge...