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IF4 – International Fly Fishing Film Festival

Check out the all new International Fly Fishing Film festival, or IF4 for short, as it rolls through Canada and the United States in 2011. Each screening features films by Gin Clear Media, Double Haul Productions, Burl Productions, Fly Max Films & More!IF4 - Fly Fishing Film Festival

By |January 10th, 2011|Fly Fishing Destinations - Trips|Comments Off on IF4 – International Fly Fishing Film Festival

Crowsnest River, Alberta

Throughout the summer period the Crowsnest River, in Southern Alberta, finds itself host to a multitude of anglers trying their luck at catching some of the resident rainbows. The sustained pressure results in a very technical fishery which is evidenced by the presence of many highly-spookable Rainbow Trout.

Crowsnest River, Alberta fly fishing

By |October 25th, 2007|Fly Fishing Canada|0 Comments

Fly fishing the Canadian Rockies & Bow River, Alberta

Well, its been almost 2 weeks since my WestJet flight back to Toronto touched down. Calgary was a cool 11C when I left, Toronto delivered its 32C, 100% humidity promise. Its hard enough to leave Calgary because of the fishing....the weather here had me wondering why I didn't misplace my boarding pass.

Fly Fishing The Bow River In Alberta

By |August 25th, 2007|Canada Fly Fishing Reports, Fly Fishing Canada|0 Comments

Alberta Chinooks

The Eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies host one of the more favourable winter weather patterns I've experienced - Chinooks. The short explanation of a Chinook is that it's a warm air mass that can raise winter temps in southern Alberta for a few hours or up to a few days.

Alberta Chinooks

By |February 26th, 2007|Fly Fishing Canada|0 Comments

Spey Casting on the Bow River

Lift, sweep, cast My line pops out just downstream of my position splashing my fly along the edge of a nice seam. It's September and there is a small caddis hatch on but I don't have a caddis pattern on my line...

By |February 7th, 2007|Fly Fishing Canada|0 Comments