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The Attractors

By Bill Luscombe, Mar 21st, 2011

Despite all the various fly patterns designed to imitate insects and other creatures trout feed on, there are times when the fish just don't seem interested in anythi ...
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The Other Foodstuffs

By Bill Luscombe , Mar 21st, 2011

There are many other things that live in or fall on the water that trout eat as food besides the "big four" hatches (midges, ...
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Babine River Rainbows

By Jim and Carolyn Z. Shelton, Mar 21st, 2011

Light danced in sparkles across the rippled currents of Babine River. Anchored in Rainbow Alley, we puzzled at the school of huge rainbow trout jumping around our boa ...
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Bc's Coastal Cutthroat Trout

By Bill Luscombe, Mar 21st, 2011

See-food diet. That´s the term that is used most often by anglers in British Columbia to describe the feeding habits of the coastal cutthroat trout. If they see food ...
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Native Rainbows And Wilderness At Crazy Bear Lake Lodge

By Jack Berryman, Mar 21st, 2011

Remote and wild, yet comfortable and urban, aptly describes the unique fishing adventure, deep in the Cariboo-Chilcotin Forest Region near the southeast corner of Tweedsmuir ...
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Marmot Lake Rainbows

By Bill Luscombe , Mar 21st, 2011

Planning the annual fishing trip is a simple task for me. I start asking friends and editors a few months in advance about where I could go that isn't too far away an ...
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Black Lake Brookies

By Bill Luscombe , Mar 21st, 2011

The weather had been extra warm over the past few weeks and the word around the lakes of Kamloops was "You should have been here two weeks ago."

Fishing was poor, to say the least. Ice o ...
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Fishing For Ghosts

By Bill Luscombe, Mar 21st, 2011

When most of the province is buried under ice and snow many of us put away our fly-fishing gear and unless you have access to a good steelhead stream and can withstan ...
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The Olive Scud

By , Mar 21st, 2011

HOOK: 0x long (standard wet), size 8 to 16
THREAD: Olive.
TAIL: Olive hackle fibers.
SHELLBACK: Clear Plastic.
RIB: Olive thread
BODY: Olive dubbing, or seal fur, and/or r ...
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Rapala's Original Floating, Countdown, And Jointed Lures

By , Mar 21st, 2011

For many years the "Floating, Countdown, and Jointed Rapala lures", have been a popular choice for trout, walleye and bass fisherman throughout North America. In Brit ...
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