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This season has lots of diversity, from Smallmouth Bass topwater fishing in Northern Ontario to nymphing for Rainbow Trout on the Missouri River, lots of exciting education and destinations for all anglers!
Destination: Colorado Host: Bill Spicer
Host Bill Spicer travels to beautiful Colorado to fly fish for brown and rainbow trout in the Mountain Rivers and Lakes. He learns some new nymphing techniques from the guides that are invaluable information for any angler.
Destination: Algoma Country Host: Bill Spicer
In this special episode Bill Spicer is joined by a father and son team from Ohio who won a contest to fly fish at the famous Esnagami Lake in Northern Ontario. Bill teaches them techniques for catching big pike on a fly rod.
Destination: Labrador Host: Bill Spicer
Labrador is famous for big wild brook trout but at McKenzie River Lodge, they also have landlocked salmon, pike and lake trout. Bill Spicer learns about where fish hold in rivers, how to swing a fly to lies and what flylines to use for the conditions.
Destination: Ontario Host: Mark Melnyk
Host Mark Melnyk travels to NE Ontario to fly fish for big smallmouth bass on a fly. The conditions are tough as cold fronts and non-stop rain have really put the fish off the bite. But Mark uses some retrieve and presentation techniques to help save the day!
Destination: Montana Host: Colin McKeown
The Missouri River is a world famous tailwater fishery that runs through the heart of Montana. Host Colin McKeown is guided on this river in mid-April and learns a wide range of nymphing techniques and how to choose the right fly for the conditions from Head Hunters Fly Shop guides. Great learning show.
Destination: Manitoba Host: Phil Rowley
Stillwater fly fishing guru Phil Rowley has stated that the lakes around the western part of Manitoba are some of the best trout fisheries in the world. In this episode he does an overview of the numerous lakes, details presentation and rigging options for the fall and also discusses flylines choices for getting flies down in the water column.