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Posts tagged 'Trout'

Packing light, back pack trout fishing

Weight and space are the biggest considerations when going on back pack fishing trips. For the occasion, there are lightweight tents, lightweight sleeping bags, freeze dried meals, and such. Packing fishing gear follows the same idea.....

7 months ago
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Put and Take Is Great

At point of European contact Alberta’s trout were pretty well confined to the cold rushing rivers of the Eastern Slopes of the Rockies or the deep lakes of the Northern Boreal where lake trout thrived. How times have changed.

9 months ago
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Pond Power

One of the unsung heroes of fishing opportunity has to be our local trout ponds ...

1 year ago
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Choosing A Fly Rod Length

Choosing a fly rod, especially for beginner, can be a daunting task. Once you figure out the...

1 year ago
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Caddisflies are one of the most abundant and important insects in many North American lakes and streams but up until the early 80's they were largely ignored compared to the more glamorous mayflies. One of the first fly fishing books ...

1 year ago
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In the Good Old Summertime

It’s been said many times that any day on the river is better than ...

1 year ago
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Sunny Day Rainbows

Dragging the sled across the ice I approach my favourite...

2 years ago
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Winter Reading

We are extremely lucky to have 3 very good books by Canadian authors available to us...

2 years ago
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Tips and Tricks For Catching Catfish

If you want to learn more about Stu Thompson’s tips and tricks for catching...

2 years ago
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Unscheduled Pit Stops

When I go on trips I keep a fishing rod and some basic tackle in the truck.  It’s because at some point ...

2 years ago
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