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  1. Hello everyone, I have a new post on my website: flyfishingexplorer.com. This new photo essay is about having some fun hiking and dry fly fishing for aggressive Brook Trout on Cataract Creek while enjoying the amazing eastern slopes of the Rockies Mountains! It is so much fun trying to catch these smaller Brookies especially when the farther you hike from the road the more aggressive & unsuspecting fish you find. You know you've had a great day when you lose track of how many fish you actually caught on the dry fly, Check out my other photo essays from the Oldman, Livingstone, Elbow and Highwood Rivers. Also you can watch my interview videos with legendary Jack Dennis and Jim McLellan as they discuss their fly fishing topics. January Tip: Now is the time to check you fishing equipment and see what you will require for the upcoming season. Your local fly shops will appreciate a visit this time of year and they have great deals where you can save big and show your support. Tight lines, Nickolas T. flyfishingexplorer.com
  2. On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, you are invited to spend an evening with Trout Unlimited Canada at the Canyon Meadows Theatre, Canyon Meadows Cinemas Bay 110-13226 Macleod Trail South, Calgary for our Finding Fontinalis fundraiser. An old gaucho’s tale inspired the search for a new world record brook trout; but the water, landscape and the culture surrounding it became the impetus to conserve and protect it all. Finding Fontinalis, a new feature film from Travis Lowe takes you to the heart of Patagonia and one of the last remaining, world-class brook trout fisheries. Featuring Bart Bonime, Bryan Gregson, Agustin Fox and Yvon Chouinard, Finding Fontinalis exposes you to both jaw-dropping landscapes and hook-jawed trout. Finding Fontinalis Official Trailer from Cinema Digital Productions on Vimeo. Your $25 ticket also provides access to a pre-screening reception featuring appetizers and a selection of micro brew beer provided by Alley Kat Brewing Company. Bart Bonime, one of the film’s stars, will also be on hand along with Finding Fontinalis Director Travis Lowe from Cinema Digital Productions. Trout Unlimited Canada staff including CEO Silvia D’Amelio will also be in attendance. This promises to be a great evening of fun and fundraising. If you purchase your tickets by Friday, October 21, 2016 you will automatically be entered into our prize draw for TUC logoed products and other great prizes. Reception starts as soon as the doors open at 6:30. Finding Fontinalis begins at 8:05pm. Don’t miss it! Tickets can be purchased online here: https://tucanada-wwwss31.ssl.supercp.com/sumac/sumac_start.php?package=ticketing2&allowhttp=t
  3. I haven't posted many photos since my season really got going, so I thought I would spam some pictures from my last two trips to a hike-in brookie lake. Enjoy! Trip One We got to watch a little bit of grouse courtship. It was pretty neat. Trip Two: What a difference a week can make. Kitty Tracks
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