Posts Tagged ‘Trout’

wild turkey in strut with grass
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April 2021 solunar calendar

The solunar calendar for April 2021 is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.

Gord Ellis with a big brookie caught fly fishing in a downpour G Ellis photo
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Prepare for rainy day fishing

For nearly as long as I can recall, people have been saying fishing is better in the rain. After many decades of being caught out in the wet stuff for all manner of species, I tend to agree. Something about the disturbed surface of the water, and the change in barometric pressure, can be a trigger.

coyote in winter
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February 2021 solunar calendar

The solunar calendar for February 2021 is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.

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Cisco numbers to get boost in Lake Huron

A Canadian/US joint initiative hopes to restore Lake Huron’s cisco population in Lake Huron, diversifying food sources for fish predators.

winter fish behaviour scene
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Lake trout, smallmouth share space in winter: study

New research tracking tagged fish has confirmed that lake trout and smallmouth bass co-exist during portions of the winter.

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Studies on fish recovery

The repercussions of angler-caught fish recovery and survival are becoming clearer thanks to recent efforts at two Canadian Universities.

steelhead on the river
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Dissecting the steelhead

What makes steelhead such magnificent adversaries? The best way to find out just might be to take a closer look at how they’re built.

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In praise of hip waders

To some anglers, hip waders are the ugly stepsister of chest waders, but to me, they’re the workhorses of the family.

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Tips for catching more rainbows

Steelhead fishing is a great teacher. Good observation and an open mind will help you fill your bag of tricks along the journey.