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Bull River

Species: Trout

Coordinates: 49° 28€² 0€³ N, 115° 27€² 0€³ W

Location: British Columbia

Length: 117 km²

Why we chose it

Cutthroat trout; Breathtaking scenery, good numbers of fish and little pressure

When to fish: August and September.

Where to fish: Roughly 30 kilometres upstream of the Kootenay Trout Hatchery.

Tip: Grind the low water, and fish pools and eddies with big hoppers such as Chernobyl Ants or large foam hoppers.

—Connor & Michael Gelinas, host of Fishing with the Dodger

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