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11/04/07

After a couple days of "Treestand" time I was back on the river yesterday with the Logan's from Cinci. This was a first time trip for the husband and wife duo. I told them as we were going down the river in the early morning...

10/31/07

Happy Halloween! If you are taking your kids out this evening for the candy festival please have them ask for a bottle of water, so we can pour into the river! The Mo' is back to a ridiculously low state again; rain is badly needed. Despite the...

10/27/07

Norman, Patric, Danny, and Jake joined Dave and I Saturday for a late October day on the water. The boys fished salmon (see previous report) and Norman and Patric fish chrome with me. The chrome though still light in numbers were very cooperative. We fished...

10-27-07

Steve and I fished with a Father & Son group from Chicago today. (I will let Steve brag about how well the dad's did). I had Danny & Jake who despite the damp fall weather and slow fishing managed to land a nice 14# female...

10/26/07

The Schrock group joined Dave and I for the last two days on the Muskegon. With two days of fishing we spent a good deal of the time both today and yesterday chasing chrome. Yesterday we hooked three and landed one and today we were two for...

10/24/07

Burt and Cody joined me yesterday on the Muskegon. Cody has never joined his dad until today; Cody caught on to the roll cast in a matter of minutes and was pretty much in a "point & catch" position the rest of the day. Small...

10/22/07

The last two days on the MO have been up and down depending on the section you are fishing. Good numbers of salmon are present in certain sections of the river while others are very thin with "skanky" fish. Brenden Rock and his brother Sean joined me yesterday...