Your First Fly Fishing Rod

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Choosing Your First Fly Fishing Rod and Reel Where to begin? Fly fishing can’t be done without a fly rod. So ask yourself these questions in no particular order. 1. What do I want to catch? 2. Where am I going to catch these fish? A pond, a small brush-lined stream, a large river or lake. In my case, the answers are all of the above. Most publications do say to start with between a 8 or 9 foot rod. Preferably a 5 or 6 wt (I know… sounds confusing). I agree with this. But the 6 wt will handle many fishing situations. Good enough for bass and not terribly overpowering for smaller fish like bluegill or resident trout. Bluegill

Cedar Lane Bed and Breakfast

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Nestled on a country road, near the hamlet of St. Augustine is where you will find this quaint little cottage that is a quiet Bed and Breakfast. Located just minutes from the Bayfield river, the Maitland river and the Nine Mile river, fishing opportunities are plentiful in the area. Guided fly fishing trips and Bow hunting adventures are available through the Bed and Breakfast as well.     Number of Rooms : 1 Breakfast Service : Full, Beds Available : Twin, Double, Bathrooms Available : Private, Ensuite, Pricing per night from $100 (discount available on bookings of 3 nights or more) Our B&B is a totally separate building containing some artifacts of the communal slaughter house it once was, in

Fly Fishing The Beaver River

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Information for fly fishing the Beaver River in Southern Ontario. Mainly looked at as a cold water stream, the Beaver river and its pristine tributaries are host to several species of trout and salmon as well as bass and other warm water species in the lower sections. The Beaver River in southern Ontario flows from the Niagara Escarpment and empties into Nottawasaga Bay, an inlet of Georgian Bay, at the town of Thornbury, Ontario. A fish ladder near Thornbury allows migratory fish such as trout and salmon species to reach spawning areas up river. Flowing through The Beaver Valley, which is a deep wedge on the western side of the Niagara escarpment, formed by a much larger ancestor of this