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You drive down a back road, slip on your waders and raincoat, and grab your flybox... you start down the mystery trail...
A metaphor can be dangerous: “The Skeena is the girl everyone wants to date,” writes Pat Hoglund, calling the Kalum her hot little sister.
I look up river. It’s low. The air is warm. There is only a slight breeze. There will be no fish in the small plunge pools... I need a pool.
Angler Rob Brown goes on vacation elsewhere in the province
Can the integrity of the Lakelse Watershed be maintained along with economic prosperity?
I first heard the word Simms from Bob Clay, a man in demand as an endorser of steelheading equipment
I’m on my way to the upper reaches of the Lakelse River for the third time in two weeks...
Columnist Rob Brown looks at how the suffix for scandal has played out in B.C.
Except for a slow, irritating leak in the left leg of my waders, it was a fine morning on the river...
A hook with nothing but a body fashioned from silver tinsel will catch fish, but a fly that mimics a migrant salmon juvenile works better
Jim Culp tells of the time he, his long time friend and his son made a long walk into the reaches of what we call the upper Copper River...
Our floats would be floating downstream side by side, said an unbelieving Tom Protheroe...
It was a Saturday. It was Spring. It was about 25 years ago...
Hugh didn’t just catch more than most flyfishers do, he caught a lot more salmon, trout, char, and steelhead than the best of the rest of us
Columnist Rob Brown channels trout fisherman Charles E. Brooks
Fly with columnist Rob Brown from Vancouver to Prince George
Angler often hears fishermen say that that is the case, but he isn't so sure
It’s high time to adjust the regulations for the lower Zymoetz so that they harmonize with the regulations upstream, writes angler
Columnist Rob Brown continues his piece on what might be happening to trout in the area
Columnist Rob Brown began to worry about the Lakelse River Cutthroat Trout in earnest last September