Dry Fly Brook Trout
The New Fly Fisher is back in Labrador for this episode, and Bill Spicer is in for a treat chasing its big, feisty Brook Trout on dry flies. The Mayfly hatch is in full swing and Bill couldn’t be in a better place to take advantage of it. Labrador represents one of Canada’s last unspoiled frontiers, and Crook Lake Lodge sits right in the middle amid thousands of miles of wolves, Carribou and world class fish. Before setting off, guide Christopher Sinclair runs through some of the most popular dry fly imitation patterns used worldwide this time of year, and the pair head out to the rivers that run through Crooks Lake. Casting to rising fish that dwell between the jutting boulders, Bill enjoys some of the best sport of his life with these trophy quality beauties. This episode makes a strong case for Canada as the mecca of fly fishing.