Monthly Archives: June 2004

Northern Alberta Rivers Daytrip

The wife and myself took advantage of a beautiful fore cast and ventured west for a little river adventure.(warning- large pics.)From Edmonton we headed west to Edson and then south west to the Embarras river. The water here was high and dirty from the spring runoff. It may be a couple of weeks before she’s […]

By |June 20th, 2004|Canada Fly Fishing Reports|0 Comments

Wind River Stillwater Vest Review

Wind River Stillwater Vest Review
Unlike many fly fishing enthusiasts I see on the water these days I’ve never felt the need to bring my entire closet along with me. So when I look for systems to carry my gear I look for products that seem to carry what I need (i.e. not want) and look […]

By |June 17th, 2004|Fly Fishing Equipment & Gear Reviews|0 Comments

Fly Fishing Nymphs – Deep Nymph

Getting into medium to large water nymph fly fishing might call for different tactics. Here are few ideas on how to get the nymph fly down fast using split shot….Rod, in my opinion, should be a 9′ 5 or 6 wt outfit.

Image shows a simple split shot setup. It works, but when your split […]

By |June 13th, 2004|Fly Fishing Applied|0 Comments

Grand River Fly Fishing Ontario

Today was a great day to be out on the Grand river – everything was provided: sun, bugs, big fish!,I’m completely exhausted after today. I made it out to the river at an upper section by just after 6. My plan was simple – start out fly fishing streamers, then as soon as there was […]

By |June 6th, 2004|Canada Fly Fishing Reports|0 Comments

Friday Night Upper Credit River

Mosquitos and Coffin Flies everwhere!!! Those are the highlights for me on the credit river tonight. Fridays always take a long time to pass by – sitting at work its hard to concentrate on much else except the time when I can get up and take off to the river. Tonight saw beautiful clear skies […]

By |June 5th, 2004|Canada Fly Fishing Reports|0 Comments