Mad Fisher Media (http://www.madfisher.net) put together this short promo video for Ken Chandler Fly Fishing Adventures. Ken is based in Markdale, Ontario. He was one of the first guides working with Grand River Troutfitters in Fergus. Since then, he’s become an established, independant drift boat guide in southern Ontario. Ken guides nearly year round for [...]
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Spawning Redds – Avoid Trampling Spawning Beds In the spring and fall here in Ontario, several species of fish make their way into tributaries of the great lakes to spawn. In the fall, Chinook salmon, Coho salmon, brown trout & rainbow trout make up the bulk of the runs. In the spring, its mainly rainbow [...]
This is a little teaser of some of the fish we got into in the fall of 2009 while filming during the migratory trout and salmon runs in the Great Lakes Tributaries. Episode two of the second season of Bingo Bango Fly Fishing is set to be released at the end of February, 2010.
Small stream fly fishing – Skating dry flies in Log Jams is a very successful method of fly fishing on small streams. This is tutorial on how to do just that! One of the single best fly fishing techniques that I know of is skating dry flies into log jams. Brook trout love to hide [...]
The Upper Credit River is truly an anglers dream. Situated in southern Ontario, this stream holds resident populations of giant wild brown trout, as well as native brook trout populations. The river has special regulations throughout which makes it one of Ontario’s premiere trout fly fishing destinations. This is a simple but very useful hatch [...]
Grey and Bruce counties in southern Ontario provide some of the best fly fishing available in Ontario. From tiny brook trout streams to massive rivers such as the Saugeen, the Grey/Bruce area is your ticket to some great fly fishing adventures.
Information on the Bighead river in southern Ontario. This river is probably best known for its run of steelhead rainbow trout in the fall and spring. It is also host to an excellent cold water fishery in its upper reaches. The Bighead River is a river in southern Ontario which flows from the Niagara Escarpment [...]
This is an extremely effective and neat way to nymph! Otherwise known as shortline nymphing, heavy nymphs and long rods are a bonus in most cases. Below the waters surface is a world like no other. Minnows, leeches and other creatures lurk about, hoping they are not being watched by a big trout. What we [...]
Fishing with dry flies can be quite intimidating for the beginner. It takes years to perfectly master dry fly fishing and to accomplish what you set out to do. Here we’ll look at three dry fly fly fishing techniques to employ out on the river. Perhaps one of the most identifying aspects of fly fishing [...]
Techniques and Tactics for small stream Fly Fishing Looking to hit some small streams or creeks this season? The effort you put into understanding how to fish creeks and small streams will pay off directly in your success with fishing these areas. Most of the small streams we have in Ontario see far less pressure [...]