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Great Bear River

Species: Arctic grayling

Coordinates: 64° 54€² 15.58€³ N, 125° 36€² 24.08€³ W

Location: Northwest Territories

Length: 113 km

Why we chose it

Arctic grayling; Untouched wilderness, stunning scenery and big fish

When to fish: Any time of year.

Where to fish: The tail ends of fast-running ripples, large pools and along the edges of white water.

Tip: Cast small green-and-black Mepps XD spinners, or fly fish with anything small and fluffy.

—Scott Rawlings, host of Fishing Alberta

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