Low and clear

What a great and exhausting weekend!  We pretty much fished, taught, cooked, and laughed for 24 hours.  It’s a fun weekend, but don’t think I could survive more than three of them in a row.  Tony and Gunnar won the Midnight Derby for, I believe, the third time.  And 35

Action—All Day!

RiverQuest guide and best fishing bud, Captain Don Graham, and I love all the various forms of fly fishing RiverQuest offers, whether it be chasing steelhead, salmon, or trout, but man, we agree; it’s tough to beat a float trip for smallmouth bass on the Muskegon River.  Solitude, eager fish,

Mid-August Fly Fishing Report

The long and hot summer remains with us making for some challenging trout fishing conditions on the local rivers. The water is low and clear and the fish are pretty well aware of what we are trying to do after fishing them hard for a few months. The best fishing

Good from start to finish

Zach and his dad Tim picked up right where they left off yesterday…the action on top was pretty steady all-day long. Pictured is Zach with another nice Muskegon River smallmouth bass.

River conditions are low, clear, and warm. Perfect for summer smallmouth fishing.

Capt. Steven Kuieck

The post Good from start

Graduate Study

Tim and his Son Zach spent the past weekend at the Orvis Fly Fishing School at the Homestead Resort in Glen Arbor, MI learning how to cast and all the fundamentals for a lifetime of fly fishing enjoyment. Tim wanted to treat his son to a lodge fishing experience on

Muskegon River Fishing Report – August 13, 2018 – Newaygo, Michigan

Muskegon River Fishing Report – August 13, 2018 – Newaygo, Michigan

While on vacation, we managed to tangle with several different fish over the week, including this Pike that friend Ryan got off a weed line at “the lake”.

Summer Smallmouth bass and Northern pike are the them to the

Transitioning to Fall

Transition to Fall Fishing

August is the time that we transition to fall fishing. Towards the end of August, we start to wean ourselves off terrestrials, mousing and smallmouth and begin to think migratory fish, salmon and steelhead, and muskie. Between now and then our focus remains on resident trout

The Upside Down

“…a dimension that is a dark reflection or echo of our world…A place of monsters. It is right next to you and you don’t even see it.” Season 5, Stranger Things

I’m not sure, but I’ll bet the first night fishers were treated sort of like outcasts, or even low-level criminals.  There

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