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Well another month down and another step closer to my favorite time of year.
Well, surprisingly February turned out to be one of our busiest months on the water.
I was hoping that our hot couple weeks of fishing at the beginning were going to be just the start.
The past couple months have not been as productive as I expected. However, the past couple weeks have helped make up for it.
We saw some great fish for that month: Rainbow trout up to 22 Lbs. and dolly varden (bull trout) up to 16 Lbs. were being caught.
And now we’re back on Kootenay Lake and already into the swing of things.
Well summer is finally here. With the forecast calling for more sunshine, we are getting a break from the rising water levels.
May was a decent month for weather, but an even better month for fishing.
Spring fishing is here! Although the weather might not indicate it.
Well it looks like spring is here. Or is it? The weather seems to change by the hour.
Ok, people are asking me, “where have all the fish gone?”
Winter fishing is here. What does that mean? Well, it means big fish.
Local Nelson fishing expert Kerry Reed takes a look at how the catch is out on Kootenay Lake.
Well it’s finally here. Spring has arrived and the weather has finally given us some nice days. With the warmer weather comes warmer water. This means it’s time for the fish to become more active. Yes, it’s our favorite time of the year.
Things have been going pretty good on Kootenay Lake lately. If we could only get the spring weather to kick in, we should be getting into some consistent fishing.
It’s been a fun winter full of big fish.