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3-10-10

Brad and his son Dan, on spring break from Michigan State, joined me for a day of fishing. The water was up a little with light rain, which made the steelhead eager to take our offerings. The action was steady all day with small stone...

3/10/10

What a difference a day makes! With the forecast of rain the gate keepers at Croton decided to give us a little water today. This combined with overcast skies made for much happier fish. Small is still the way to go until we get a...

Bankers bite

Dan Holtrop joined me today on the Muskegon. Fishing was was very enjoyable as temperatures made the mid-fifties; it did not hurt that the steelhead were very cooperative as well. That being said, today was the first day in many that I didn't spend the...

3/9/10

Belle & I Spent the day scoping out some water that we have not had the opportunity to fish yet this year. Additionally, I tried out a few techniques that we normally wouldn't use this time of year. It was a successful endeavor but it...

3-08-10

The great times with Captain Don and the Might Mo continue.  What a day to be on the water! Sure, the bite is tough; sure, the water is nearly invisible; but the sun, the light air, the 50 degree temp!  Can't beat it! Stone flies were...

Now thats a walleye

3X maybe 4X? Good grief, if the river gets any clearer the water will look like air! If you are looking for a challenge, look no further than the conditions at present! Steelhead numbers are improving though ultra clear waters have them extremely wary. Small...

3-05-10

Great day today!  Heck, they're all great but today was special.  Bright sun, low, gin-clear water—but cooperative steelhead.  And especially happy I was because today I hosted my youngest son Ryan for his first steelhead trip of the year.  Ryan works full-time in the metals...

We’ll take it

After what can only be described as an incredibly dreary month of February, the first three days of March have been nothing but sunshine! I actually received a pretty good sunburn today on the water! Fishing  was very enjoyable, as Spring sun was giving us...