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This season The New Fly Fisher hosts were lucky to travel to some incredible locations from the Yukon all way down south to Brazil. Instruction on how to catch species such as Brook Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Pike, Rainbow Trout and even Atlantic Salmon is covered throughout this great year of fly fishing.

Episode 1 - Dalton Trail Lodge

Destination: Yukon Host: Colin McKeown

Host Colin McKeown travels to a remote region of the Yukon in search of big lake trout, rainbow trout and grayling on a fly. He is accompanied by his nephew who is learning to fly fish and they are the guests of Dalton Trail Lodge.

Episode 2 - Auld Reekie Lodge

Destination: Ontario Hosts: Jenna McKeown & Colin McKeown

Jenna McKeown ventures to Northeastern Ontario to fly fish for big smallmouth bass on a fly. She is staying Auld Reekie Lodge which is nestled in a tranquil part of the province, in an area renowned for good fishing.

Episode 3 - Cedar Island Fly Fishing

Destination: Northwestern Ontario Host: Bill Spicer

Bill Spicer is on the hunt for big bass and pike in this great show. He is in Northwestern Ontario at Cedar Island Lodge. While there, he hooks into a few “surprise” species he does not expect.

Episode 4 - Ohio Steelheading

Destination: Ohio Host: Bill Spicer

Ashtabula County in Ohio is blessed with a number of great rivers that have strong runs of steelhead. Host Bill Spicer fly fishes in the spring for these chrome rockets and learns about fly fishing techniques from Jeff Blood.

Episode 5 - Mattawa Fly Fishing

Destination: Ontario Host: Bill Spicer

Host Bill Spicer is in Mattawa, a small town in NE Ontario that is surrounded by many species. Bill has to deal with several cold fronts and teaches some good techniques for catching fish when dealing with poor weather conditions.

Episode 6 - Credit River Browns

Destination: Ontario Host: Colin McKeown

Host Colin McKeown joins well-known guide Graham Bristow to fly fish for finicky brown trout on the upper Credit River. Graham teaches Colin some great nymphing techniques for catching these super-fussy fish.

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