Let’s talk about wading gear! Choosing waders and a wading jacket is a choice every fly fisherman, or woman must make. There are so many to choose from out there. From hip waders and chest waders to how many layers do you need? I had to make that same decision when it came time for […]

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Sometimes the best fishing spots are the ones we never plan on going to and just kind of end up there. That’s exactly what happened to us while in Manitoba this past September! My son had his heart set on going to a certain lake and after lots of research (because that is what we […]

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Euro Nymphing – a fly-fishing technique that is well-known all around the world. A technique that is becoming increasingly popular in the fly-fishing industry, but one that is hard to perfect. It is fairly easy to learn and understand the basics but becomes more difficult when it comes to small flies, thin leaders, and the […]

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Hello to all my fellow fishers! My name is Rachel Kernohan and I am so excited to be the newest member of the Women’s Fishing Network! I am 23 years old, and live just outside of Toronto, Ontario. About two and a half years ago, I was introduced to the wonderful sport of fly-fishing, and […]

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Fishing with kids is definitely no easy task, especially if they don’t know what they are doing. In reality we spend most of our time baiting hooks, untangling line (I am a pro at this one) or casting out for them. But fishing with kids can also be extremely rewarding at the same time. You […]

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Fly-Fishing? What is that? That is the same question I asked over two years ago when I had no idea fly-fishing was even a sport. My fly-fishing journey started in June of 2019 when a local fly-fishing company, Fly Life Company, hosted a Panfish tournament at a local pond near where I live. I decided […]

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Did you know you could get paid for catching fish in BC? There are actually many lakes around BC that offer anglers rewards just for catching a tagged fish, and here are a few. Kootenay Lake The survival rate of Kokanee, a land locked salmon in Kootenay Lake has drastically gone down over the years […]

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Hello to all my fellow fishers! My name is Rachel Kernohan and I am so excited to be the newest member of the Women’s Fishing Network! I am 23 years old, and live just outside of Toronto, Ontario. About two and a half years ago, I was introduced to the wonderful sport of fly-fishing, and […]

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There is doubt that ice fishing is cold, but it doesn’t have to be if you are dressed appropriately and have the right gear with you. I am a firm believer in there is no bad weather just poor clothing choices. Ice fishing gear has changed a lot over the years. You can get thermal […]

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Have you ever wanted to catch a trophy size fish and get recognition for it? Manitoba just so happens to have an amazing program that does just that! The Manitoba Master Angler Program has been around for 62 years now making it home to the oldest master angler program in North America! Last year alone, […]

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One of our first times out fishing at Charlie Lake we were fishing off the dock and there was this guy on shore just slaying the pike. Every few casts he would be pulling in a new pike releasing it then pulling another one in. This went on for the whole time we were there. […]

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Many retailers have been seeing a rise in sales of fishing and outdoor equipment especially starter rod and reel combos since the Pandemic hit. Many people were not able to enjoy other outdoor activities with social distancing measures put into place so lots took up  trying out fishing for the first time or getting back […]

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Hello, my name is Rene Coatta, and I am so excited and honoured to be a part of the Women’s Fishing Network! I am 42 years old, and grew up in Winnipeg Manitoba. I moved out to BC when I was 19. I always had a love for the mountains and ocean. I lived in […]

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