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Spring Steelhead

Hole in One

Well, not quite, but for collegiate golf team member, Nick, darn close!  On this his first fly fishing float trip, Nick hooked his first steelhead ever and brought it to hand like the links pro he hopes someday he will be.  Nick, his brother Adam,...

Good things coming!

After fluctuating water the past few days the Muskegon appears to be on the steady drop. Good things are likely in the very near future. Clarity remains stained, but steady improvement over the next few days is likely. Spring steelhead appear to be more numerous—pictured...

Last Swing

After spending the weekend at the Fly Fishing Expo it was nice to enjoy a beautiful day on the river. The river rose considerably today and took on quite a bit of color—very good things should be in our near future.  I spent the day doing what...

Last Cast

One would think that the fish gods would shower some love on two guys who trekked to the Muskegon River to stay at our Muskegon River Lodge and fly fish with their four buddies and guides Jay, Don, and me.  Oh, the gods gave love...

Senior Living

As the two "well seasoned veteran" RiverQuest Charters fly fishing guides, Captain Don Graham and I trudged off to the Activity Center today for some recreational therapy.  Heeding our physicians' admonitions to stay active in our "Golden Years," we dutifully followed  orders.  We spent the...

Pinch me—it’s not freezing!

Wow, it made the mid thirties today—Woo–hoo!! Colin and his brother Barrett join me today. This was their first steelhead experience—a lot was learned and success was had. Great job boys! Pictured is Barrett with a fantastic steelhead from this afternoon. Capt. Steven Kuieck...

Chilly Rewards

It certainly wasn't the warmest March day of steelhead fishing, but the way this winter has gone—22 degrees was pretty nice. Thankfully the fish, both native and migratory were eager and willing. Warmer air is on the horizon—don't hold your breathe, we might just be done...