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Fly-Fishing for Smallmouth: in Rivers and Streams

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water Fly Fishing and Tying : Still fly fishing for smallmouth bass

One of my great fly-fishing pleasures is bugging for smallmouth along the shores of a beautiful lake. I don’t have to travel far because they inhabit a wide range of ponds, lakes, and reservoirs across North America. Smallmouth in stillwaters are the same species as those in flowing waters, but they tend to grow larger and require different (but just as exciting) methods to find and catch consistently. In fact, if I had just one week left to fish, I’d spend it with my wife, Emily, canoeing, camping, and fly fishing for smallmouth on the peaceful lakes of Quetico Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada, during late July or August. That would be my preview of heaven.

One of my great fly-fishing pleasures is bugging for smallmouth along the shores of a beautiful lake. I don’t have to travel far because they inhabit a wide range of ponds, lakes, and reservoirs across North America. Smallmouth in stillwaters are the same species as those in flowing waters, but they tend to grow larger and require different (but just as exciting) methods to find and catch consistently. In fact, if I had just one week left to fish, I’d spend it with my wife, Emily, canoeing, camping, and fly fishing for smallmouth on the peaceful lakes of Quetico Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada, during late July or August. That would be my preview of heaven.

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Fly Fishing Smallmouth Bass in Streams

Fly fishing for smallmouth bass is another great aspect to fly angling that often gets overlooked in the continuous focus on trout, but it doesn’t have to be. Bass are often more available in home waters and can be less discerning than more picky trout.

One of my great fly-fishing pleasures is bugging for smallmouth along the shores of a beautiful lake. I don’t have to travel far because they inhabit a wide range of ponds, lakes, and reservoirs across North America. Smallmouth in stillwaters are the same species as those in flowing waters, but they tend to grow larger and require different (but just as exciting) methods to find and catch consistently. In fact, if I had just one week left to fish, I’d spend it with my wife, Emily, canoeing, camping, and fly fishing for smallmouth on the peaceful lakes of Quetico Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada, during late July or August. That would be my preview of heaven.