My day one in Manitoba was real change of pace from what I’m used to fishing back home. Aaron, from Uncut Angling, and I set out to Falcon Lake with a tiny 16ft rig and two fly rods in hopes to quickly connect with a decent pike for a day trip bite. It was a humbling experience especially since I NEVER fly fished in my entire life. I totally and absolutely loved the fly fishing experience and plan on picking up the fly rod again in the future. There is something so rewarding when you’re finally able to connect with a fish on the fly. This wasn’t the giant Manitoba gator I was on the hunt for but we did happen to stumble up some much larger fish later on in our trip…
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Fly fishing for big pond bass on a rainy day! What could be better? A lot of you have requested to make this video and I did. I couldn’t of picked a better day either. With the storms and low pressure that has been moving through. The fishing was really good and the bass were active. I caught a lot of good size bass on topwater flies. And was able to capture some pretty epic blowups!
Click Here To Subscribe to the Catch Magazine YouTube Channel ►- Chinook Salmon – British Columbia Spring/Summer Tour took me up to the far reaches of British Columbia’s Skeena River and the many tributaries of that amazing Canadian watershed. For Catch Magazine’s 48th edition, T-Motion theater presents a video about the wild and adventurous chase, fly fishing for spring/summer Chinook salmon on the swing, via helicopters piloted by Dave Hiltenkamp of Summit Helicopters LTD out of Terrace British Columbia and jet sleds from the Skeena Spey Riverside Wilderness & Lodge also from Terrace British Columbia.
The anglers on camera include none other than the talented Adrienne Comeau, who guides for Skeena Spey Riverside Wilderness & Lodge and Steve McPhail, owner of Nass River Steelhead Company out of Terrace British Columbia. This tech-infused video includes some great insight on fly fishing for the big Chinook Salmon, who live in the world-renown waters of British Columbia. Thanks to the British Columbia Fishing Resort and Outfitter Association, Eddie Bauer, Ross Reels, Skeena Spey Riverside Wilderness & Lodge, Nass River Steelhead Company and Summit Helicopters LTD. Get out your notes and start planning your next adventure while you watch this action packed, information loaded video!
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The Rakaia Salmon Fishing Competition, New Zealand’s largest salmon fishing competition. 558 senior and 113 junior competitors took part in the annual competition which has anglers covering the length and breath of the Rakaia River in search of the elusive salmon. Organised by Rakaia River Promotions the town comes alive with the competitors over the Weekend. Organisers appeared to have timed this years competition well with 59 Fish caught on the first day, which was double the total fish caught in last years competition. The competition runs fro Friday and finishes on Sunday lunchtime with thousands of dollars of prizes on offer.
At least I got to do some bass fishing in a Washington pond. The salmon were jumping but we couldn’t link up with any. Later on in the evening we found out that the indians had there nets laid out on the river that day which kills the bite…..Make sure to hit that THUBS UP for me if you enjoyed the video!
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On a trip to Northwest Washington, Ryan Nitz and I, got the opportunity to fish with some of the locals along a tidal river of the Puget Sound. As the Chinook (King) Salmon were leaving the sound on their way upstream to spawn, we were able to catch several amazing fish that turned into a few Amazing dinners!