A Golden Opportunity
In the hierarchy of fishes - at least in the polling that Alberta Environment and Parks occasionally conducts among anglers - the Walleye and Rainbow Trout are perennially neck-and-neck for the Fin King title. For good reason.
Both are a ton of fu
The Observational Trout Fisherman
It was early morning, a misty fog clung to the surface of the lake, nary a breeze to be felt. The rest of my crew was asleep, but here I was awake. I sauntered to the lakeshore, a couple ...read more
Un-matching the Hatch
With the prolific amount of fly patterns available today it's no wonder that fly fishers, especially new comers, get confused. Gone are the days when the only flies you needed were a Royal Wulff and a Hares’ Ear nymph to catch fish. Angling press
Alberta Super Bugs
When folks generally think about super bugs they channel disease, pestilence and suffering.
Fly fishers, and especially those who patrol Alberta’s Eastern Slopes trout streams, northern boreal grayling rivers and the province’s prolific pothole tr