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Kakisa River

Species: Arctic grayling

Coordinates: 59° 57€² 8.78€³ N, 119° 27€² 29.66€³ W

Location: Northwest Territories

Why we chose it: Arctic grayling; Large numbers of concentrated fish

When to fish: March and April are best.

Where to fish: Work slower runs, riffles and pools.

Tip: Large, heavily weighted stonefly nymphs are very productive.

—Todd Oishi, national competition and sponsorship chairman of Fly Fishing Canada

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