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Posts tagged 'North Saskatchewan River'

Getting set up for the North Saskatchewan River

Getting set up for the North Saskatchewan River

Fishing the river is a lot of fun.  There are lots of places to fish, plus there are lots of different kinds of fish to catch.  All these fish can be caught with the same gear and the same baits ...

10 months ago
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In Town Fishing Adventures

In Town Fishing Adventures

I grab a pack of worms and a tub of frozen minnows.  “That’s everything,” I say to myself, and yell out, “I’m heading to the minivan,” letting our crew of little people know that it is time to jump in and buckle up.

10 months ago
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Rollin’ on the River

Walleye don’t begin appearing in abundance on Alberta rivers like the North Saskatchewan, Athabasca, Red Deer, Bow, South Saskatchewan and several of their larger tributaries until...

3 years ago
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This chunky walleye made my evening. Fall walleye are in fantastic shape.

Fall brings the big walleye out

Our prairie rivers come alive in fall, as all game fish seemingly go on a major feeding spree ahead of ...

5 years ago
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Walleye are Alberta’s most prized gamefish.

Walleye Logic

The hot July sun radiated its soothing beams on the surface of serene Pigeon Lake. This big cottage waterbody ...

5 years ago
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What is that Shiny Silver Fish

What is that Shiny Silver Fish

Goldeye, and their close relative, the Mooneye, populate many of the prairie rivers come summer, and can be found in ...

6 years ago
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Walleye Town

Walleye Town

When western anglers are asked from time to time to rank their favorite game fish, the poll results are invariably the same. It’s rainbow trout and walleye that occupy the top spots.

8 years ago
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River Fishing for Fall Walleye

River Fishing for Fall Walleye

If there is one fishing outing that gives me a great bang for my buck, with minimal investment, it is going down to the river and chasing fall walleye. It’s pretty much a given that ...

10 years ago
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Big Water Strategies

Big Water Strategies

Big water like the lower North Saskatchewan River presents a whole new suite of problems for the Alberta flyrodder more accustomed to the cozy confines of foothills trout streams.

10 years ago
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Down a Lazy River - A Fly-rodding Adventure on the Lower North Saskatchewan

Down a Lazy River - A Fly-rodding Adventure on the Lower North Saskatchewan

When it comes to fishing in moving water, for a vast majority of Alberta flyrodders, it’s fundamentally an upstream affair.

10 years ago
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