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Witless Bay Lower Pond
Feb 1, 2011
Species Trout Season February to October Coordinates 47°13€²47€³N, 52°47€²27€³W Location: Newfoundland Hottest spot: Near the pond outlet Best for sea-run brown trout When talk turns to large sea-run brown trout, exotic destinations such as Tierra del Fuego and Sweden’s River Mörrum typically arise. But Newfoundland? You bet. Just ask...
South Ram River
Mar 4, 2011
Species Trout Season Summer: late July Location: Central Alberta, north of Calgary Hottest spot: Six pools downstream of Ram Falls Best for westslope cutthroat trout I knew I wanted to move to Alberta the first time I saw the South Ram River. As a kid from...
Stamp River
Mar 3, 2011
Species Salmon, Steelhead Season Fall: latter half of September Location: Port Alberni on Vancouver Island, British Columbia Hottest spot: Bucket Run In 2012, ranked #40 in all-time hot spots Vancouver Island's Stamp River doesn't have the biggest salmon or the most salmon, but starting in mid-September,
Thousand Islands
Mar 2, 2011
Species Carp Season Spring Coordinates 44°20€²2€³N, 75°59€²41€³W Location: An archipelago of islands in Ontario Hottest spot: Gananoque to Rockport, Ontario Best for carp While gliding through the shallows, you cast delicately into a large school of 10-, 20- and even 30-pound fish. One of the giants lazily sucks...
Tobin Lake
Mar 1, 2011
Species Perch, Pike, Sturgeon, Walleye/Pickerel Season Fall: Late September until freeze-up Location: A resevoir of Saskatchewan, near NipawinHottest spot: White RockCoordinates: 53° 31′ 0″ N, 103° 44′ 35″ W In 2012, ranked #8 in all-time hot spots Formed in 1963 with the damming of the Saskatchewan...
Tree River
Feb 3, 2011
Species Char Season Summer: July and August Coordinates 66°36€²N 113°18€²W / 66.6°N 113.30°W Location: Nunavut Hottest spot: The deep water just upstream of Third Island In 2011, Best for world-record Arctic char No one knows for sure why the mighty Tree produces such giant char. It could be the...
Wolf River
Feb 2, 2011
Species Arctic grayling Season Summer: late June Location: Yukon Hottest spot: The mid-river island above the first rapids Best for numbers of Arctic grayling No word of a lie: In the span of less than a half-hour, I watched fly fisherman John Horsey pull 50 Arctic grayling...
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