Each fall, many of our rivers in the interior of BC see healthy runs of Sockeye & Chinook salmon that make the journey from the ocean to their home river to spawn and eventually die. This not only provides a huge amount of nutrients to our rivers, but also the resident and adfluvial trout and char that reside in these waters.
With our March 10th “Intro to Chironomid Fishing Course” being sold out, we’ve added another date at Trout Waters Fly & Tackle in Kelowna, BC on Thursday, March 15th! This will be an evening course, running from 6-9pm. This date is also expected to sell out quickly, click here to reserve your spot now.
Chironomid fishing is an incredibly productive form of Stillwater fly fishing. Though they are small, chironomids make up a huge part of a trout’s diet through the open water season. This course is a 3 hour indoor presentation that will cover the following:
British Columbia’s Thompson River holds one of the most famous and fragile runs of summer run steelhead in the world. They are in a class of their own, but they need our help. I won’t go into contributing factors to their downfall, as that would not only stir the pot but probably take half my lifetime to write!!
All I’m doing is urging you to BUY THIS SHIRT! It’s $25 dollars out of your pocket and all proceeds go towards these magnificent fish. It may not seem like a huge donation but it’s amazing the snowball effect that we are able to create with social media and networking.