Angling guide Brian Peyton talks about using 'a hitch' to rest a pool when fishing for Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Angling guide Pete Stacey talks about a good day fishing for wild Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Angling guide Gord Robinson chats about fishing for trophy brook trout in Newfoundland and Labrador - the last frontier.
Fly Fishing Guide Alex Hall shows how to tie a quick and easy drifting egg pattern.
While visiting Wollaston lake in Northern Canada, Jim Sammons, Jeff Goudreau and Ken Whiting paddle, drag and slog their way up the Umpherville River to discover untouched pike, grayling and walleye fishing.
Chris Coufal embeds a treble hook deep in his hand, which provided Chad Hoover with a great opportunity to demonstrate a fantastic and reliable hook removal technique.
Brian Trow, owner of Mossy Creek Fly Fishing Shop teaches you methods how to fish in spring creeks.
Bill Rose of the Westfield River Watershed Association teaches you the basics of Fly Fishing.
Some tips to keep in mind next time you're fly fishing for steelhead.
The Sacramento River in California offers anglers a large variety of ways to fish. For Jason Cockrum, his favorite way to tackle the river is in a drift boat.
Getting School'd host JP DeRose answers a viewer's email question about keeping your rod and reel in the best condition.
Fly fishing in the Rockies happens all year long, but there are a few standard fly patterns to keep in mind while chasing trout in the winter months. Jim Cannon shows what he thinks are the the best flies to stock up on for the best results.
When the lakes and rivers freeze in the Rockies many anglers head out to the tail waters below the dams where the water is still open and fish can feed on insects all year round.
Ten miles west of Walden, Colorado, in North Park, you'll find the Delaney Butte Lakes. If fly fishing for brown trout is your thing, then these lakes should be to your liking as the North Lake is a Gold Medal Fishery with trout averaging between 14 - 22 inches.
So you are heading out on the river for the first time in the hopes of learning how to catch carp on the fly. There are some do's and don'ts that every angler should know before hitting the water. Chris Galving, a fly fishing guide from Denver,
While fly fishing down the Madison River in Montana, Jeff Herman hooked and landed this beauty brown trout from his kayak.
Spring has finally come, and the ice is melting away. Now it’s time to do some Trout fishing. Trout are top or bottom feeders. That is they normally feed at the surface, or just below it, or near the bottom. Fish the percentage areas and don’t waste time fishing the middle. So right after “ice out” in the spring,
You know that trade shows are a great place to see and buy new gear and such but it is also a great place to meet other anglers and trade fishing tips. I talked to lots of fellow anglers and its surprise me how much information can be obtained if you just open up and talk while looking at gear. That one person that I was fortuned enough to meet at the Dieppe Fly Fishing
There are several bamboo rod builders out there, infact there is a bamboo renaissance underway. With more rod builders then ever. With less factories producing rods ( like hardy, orvis, hogard ect..) and More small production guys and even more amateurs building now. accompanied with this new invention they call the " internet" We have
Winter is here and for some it can be the most challenging season for many bass anglers with lethargic bass and cold water many fishermen hang up their gear as they wait for spring to return. However many Tennessee bass anglers have continued to fish all year facing the cold with some rewarding results with a cold water finesse technique was developed in the 90's simply
I recently wrote about crappie fishing in cold water and before that I posted a blog about the effectiveness of scent for cold water bass fishing. About the time I published those two blogs my friend Ralph Riley was field testing a new scent attractant formulated exclusively for crappie. Ralph and his pro staff have been testing for a while and recently went to their
As the trout season was ending soon, I knew I was down to my last chance to get out and do some fishing. Now this season was different from most fishing seasons in my region due to the fact that the spring and summer were really hot and dry causing the waters that I normally fish to be too low. I didn’t get in much fishing. When September came I thought it would bring the
Bluegill and other sunfish are among some of most popular fish for anglers to catch. They are found in ponds, lakes, and rivers, and are often the first fish caught by many anglers when they began the sport of fishing as a child. Don’t be fooled by their size and beauty, these fish are aggressive predators and will strike both artificial lures. During the fall, with the
Many anglers love and appreciate flies for fishing for trout and other fish, however for many anglers nothing beats inline spinners to entice fish to bite. Spinners are not a new technique for man anglers, they are great for pan fish and bass in the early to late fall in lakes and ponds, and many anglers in the north use inline spinners for steelhead and salmon as their go to
"Many go fishing all their lives without knowing that it is not fish they are after." ~ Henry David Thoreau A buddy of mine who is not a hardcore fisherman but a hardcore photographer has been hounding me to take him to the Crystal Mill for a little while now. Our calendars and probably the stars finally aligned and we were able to do an over nighter up on the Crystal River. Granted
Colorado has so many species in its waters to provide a challenge for those looking to try and catch other species besides the heavily stocked rainbow trout. Last year a long with a group of friends, we hiked into one of the wilderness areas to catch a golden trout as it was on our bucket lists. It was a success and everyone caught at least one, that blog can be found here: Prospecting for