September 2011 archive

Sep 18

Reconecting With An Old Friend While Fishing The Bow River

Thumbs up after reeling in some big trout

  Connecting and Reconnecting Some times life happens fast and time passes us by so quickly. Before I know it another year has come and gone. I remember when I was younger time never seemed to fly by that fast. I grew up in a good neighborhood with many kids my age on the block. I …

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Sep 16

Trout Fishing The Bow River For Rainbow’s And Browns

A massive stream trout

In search of silver and gold We were out prospecting today, not with a shovel and a pan but rather with a fishing rod and reel. Our bounty was beneath the surface of the emerald green water of the flowing currents. Just like gold miners that search for hours to find their reward, Todd and …

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Sep 11

Trout Fishing With Kids On The Lower Bow River

[kml_flashembed movie=”” width=”425″ height=”344″ allowfullscreen=”true” fvars=”fs=1″ /]   Bow River Fishing With Kids of All Ages You sure can tell that fall has arrived here in Alberta. Not so much by the daily temperatures of 26 degrees Celsius, but by the signs the trees now show. The bright greens of summer have now started to reveal …

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Sep 01

Pinpoint Cast’s Will Land You More Fish!

Todd makes a cut to land his boat into Policeman's Flats along the Bow River

  Pinpoint casts put fish in the boat! Have you ever went fishing on your local trout stream and caught nothing? How about fishing your local trout river for two or three hours and only catching one or two fish. From shoreline, pinpoint casts are not overly vital but float fishing a river, it is …

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