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4-10-08

Ben Elenbaas and one of his fine customers, Matt, joined me on the river today. We were blessed with a bunch of hookups but brought only two steelies to the boat. Matt had never fished for steelhead with a fly, but he drew...

4-9-08

Today, I had Dave Gibbs of Action Fabricators and his guest Dave in my boat. This was Dave's first experience with fly fishing and fishing for steelhead. He caught on quickly and boated both walleye and steelhead. When we pulled lines, we...

4-08-08

Father/son trips are the greatest. Today, I was joined on the river by my good friend, Dan Holtrop and his son, Dirk. Dirk is excelling in his studies at Hudsonville High School, and dad thought, "What a better way to say your Mom...

04/08/08

The past two days on the MO' have been very good to me and my two long time guests Gary and Barry of Missouri. These two fishing machines boated 15 steelhead in the last two days. Water conditions on the river are ideal with temperatures...

04/06/08

The river remains quite high; water temperatures are flirting with that magical 40 degree mark. The river near the dam is running 38-39 degrees and the water a few miles down is 40 degrees in a few places. Steelhead are starting to spawn in the...

04/04/08

After yesterdays walleye festival we had a much better day today. The river was still "blowing" this morning but as the day progressed it started to clear and drop back to a very fish-able state. The high dirty water mandated going "big" with our presentations;...

04/03/08

You can practically hear the new chrome heading up stream with the very high water. I would love to show some pictures from today but I would assume that walleye are not going to impress you much! The steelhead bite was nearly invisible today with...

4-2-08

Wow!  Beautiful day on the water, but challenging fishing with the river rising from 3500 cfs to 5500 through the day.  Dr. Bill Baer and his dad Bill and uncle Bob, both from Pennsylvania, joined me on the Muskegon.  The steelhead and even the walleyes...