Fly Fishing

The fundamentals of safe wading

by Dan Kennaley | June 22, 2016

I always try to exercise caution and good judgment when I’m wading. Here are a few tips I’ve picked up along the way.

winter fly tying

A season for pressure-free fly tying

by Peter Charles | December 15, 2015

An opportunity to replenish your boxes for the season ahead

Ashley Rae jigs

Time-saving tributary tips

by Ashley Rae | November 27, 2015

Pre-rigging shot lines is simple and saves time

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A Novice’s Guide to Fly Fishing

by Ray Blades | June 26, 2014

It’s much more than tweed jackets and ascots.

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Photo Friday – April 25

by Editorial Staff | April 25, 2014

Catching rainbows on a spring day.

Rade caught this 9.5 pound steelhead on a homemade stone fly in Bowmanville Creek this past week. “It was a hard day of fishing. I caught a couple small guys and then that big one hit when I wasn't paying attention,” he said.

Photo Friday – December 6

by Editorial Staff | December 6, 2013

He caught this steelhead when he “wasn’t paying attention.”

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Steelheading Ontario’s West Coast

by Dan Kennaley | November 13, 2013

Make the most out of Lake Huron’s tributaries.

Sassy Steelhead Sculpin fly

DIY flies for rainbow trout

by Dan Kennaley | November 13, 2013

Two great options for steelheading Ontario’s West Coast.

Big Flies for Big Pike

by Dan Kennaley | June 1, 2013

You don’t need to strong arm pike to trigger a strike.

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