I can’t predict the future, but I’m going to play weatherman on this article. Why? Because the weatherman can be totally wrong and still go about his job without getting in trouble for it.
Tying two-tone chironomid bodies is not a new practice by any means, but it’s one that is a lot easier than it may look at first glance. I’m sure there are many ways to do it, but this is the … Read More
White beads, often referred to as snow cone or ice cream cone patterns, can really play a big part in the Stillwater chironomid game. Here’s a few things to consider when using white beads. Water Clarity: The big advantage to … Read More
It’s February 1, and I’m sure I’m not the only one sitting here wondering when the first of the low-elevation lakes will begin to lose the ice that has kept us off of them all winter. I know it won’t … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More