Derek joins his old friends on the rivers of New Brunswick, Canada in this episode of Hooke to fly fish for the fall run of Atlantic Salmon. It’s deep into autumn and pouring with rain, which may be good for the Salmon, but makes for difficult fishing on the notoriously treacherous Nepisiguit. With the knowledge of the local anglers, the crew take advantage when a group of grilse move into the pool. After visiting local legend Jack’s fly shop for some advice and to pick up some secret weapon flies, the group travel Derek’s home river, the Miramichi. As the weather eases off, some powerful autumn salmon enter the pool and move in on the flies. This episode is an example of the kind of fishing that Canada is famous for among fly fishers worldwide.