Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


trailhead last won the day on July 3

trailhead had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

239 Good

About trailhead

  • Rank
    Brown Trout
  • Birthday 04/13/1956

Profile Information

  • Location

Recent Profile Visitors

1,256 profile views
  1. Wow, might wash up at the weir in Carseland
  2. Good luck. My guess is Jason Trump err I mean Kenney is going to cut spending on non-essential services to the bone. All you non-essential fly anglers.
  3. I only got to fish a little but the Yukon River gave me some big chunky grayling.
  4. Interesting that the fish in the Madison have developed a resistance.
  5. Another option is the Hook and Hackle Club, there are some very good resources to be had.
  6. There is a large group of people that are purely catch and keep anglers who would rather have a bucket full of small perch than the pleasure of catching a trophy trout. I have run into them all over the province and most noticeably in Central Alberta, caught some very nice browns on Stauffer one day and when I ran into a group at the access point, they asked how I had done. When I replied about the fish I caught they asked where the fish were, I said I let them go. The response was "Yeah right, good one". Your not a successful angler unless you keep what you catch.
  7. I have done the nest destruction before when they were building in my backyard, easy enough to get up. This one is hanging out over the street and about 80 ft in the air. Will try some other tricks I have been told and will see what happens.
  8. Oh and the magpies are building a nest in the tree that hangs over the road in front of my neighbors house. Direct line of sound to our bedroom window. Guess I'm getting up early every morning this summer
  9. I am using Simms now too. But I used to buy Chota and I found they were great, a bit warmer I found them more comfortable and seemed to last longer too. I used to buy them at Wholesale but couldn't find them anywhere else.
  10. You can stay in Canada and have the same experience. Fished the fabled Nile Creek on Vancouver Island and the anglers were packed in the same way. I slipped into a spot and starting casting, very afraid of snagging someone on my back cast. Starting chatting with the fellow next to me and he asked where I was from, so I told him Calgary and he replied. The Bow! what the hell are you doing here. So it comes down to the grass is always greener. And in reality the grass is pretty green right here boys (and girls)
  11. I looked at this and there is nothing new. No increase in access sites and other than the improvements to outhouses and garbage bins nothing else concrete either.
  12. I usually try to do that every year. Was somewhat successful last year, heard about a stream that had some smaller but gullible fish turned out the fish weren't that small. So I aim to do the same next year. Happy New Year!
  13. Yeah definitely not even worth fishing for those rolling lazy cutthroat. Keep fishing the Bow, or better yet the lakes in BC
  • Create New...