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Fall Swing

Ever wondered why we love two-handed Spey fishing on the Muskegon River? The Muskegon is known for its fall steelhead run, and many anglers love to target these chromers by swinging flies, rather than using the standard chuck-and-duck techniques that stretch the definition of “fly fishing.” Great underwater shots, leaping fish, cool editing, and a rocking soundtrack make this one a winner. From Capt. Steven Kuieck.

Video: Fall Swing

Ever wondered why we love two-handed Spey fishing on the Muskegon River? Well, this short video should pretty well sum it up--Enjoy the chrome! The Muskegon is known for its fall steelhead run, and many anglers love to target these chromers by swinging flies, rather than using the standard chuck-and-duck techniques that stretch the definition of “fly fishing.” Great underwater shots, leaping fish, cool editing, and a rocking soundtrack make this one a winner. From Capt. Steven Kuieck. Ever wondered why we love two-handed Spey fishing on the Muskegon River? The Muskegon is known for its fall steelhead run, and many anglers love to target these chromers by swinging flies, rather than using the standard chuck-and-duck techniques that stretch the definition of “fly fishing.” Great underwater shots, leaping fish, cool editing, and a rocking soundtrack make this one a winner. From Capt. Steven Kuieck.

3 thoughts on “Fall Swing”

  1. Thanks Katie and Jason at the Royal Oak Orvis for my new rods! I’m looking forward to learning to spey cast on the Muskegon!

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