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You have heard of names like Phil Rowley, Bill Spicer and Colin McKeown. All hosts from the TV show I and so many more have loved over the years, The New Fly Fisher. Live from the International Fly Tying Symposium we were honored to have Phil Rowley as a guest. Phil started in the industry as a commercial fly tier. He has written for almost every major fly-fishing publication in North America, including being a feature columnist in BC Outdoors magazine for over 10 years. Phil is proud recipient of the Life Time Achievement Award from Fly Tyer magazine as well as the 2017 Jean Guy Cote Award recipient for his contribution to Canadian fly tying.
We had a great conversation on stillwater fly fishing tactics, the balanced fly, a cool new app called Still Water Fly Fishing as well as some destination opportunities at the end of the world.
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Find the Still Water Fly Fishing app in the App Store and Google Play Store
The fly fishing show season is almost here!
Find all the details at: https://flyfishingshow.com
Right from our first video conference chat, I knew Gary Hanke and I would become great friends. I would be flying through Alberta on my way to the Northwest Territories for a trip to Aylmer Lake Lodge. On the way back, I thought I would spend some time in the Calgary Area. I dropped Gary a line as we had chatted a bit through his Facebook Group, Alberta Fly Fishing. Before long we were making plans to fish together when I got to Calgary. He had some select Bull Trout water he wanted to show me. We also planned to float the Bow River.
Gary is an expert fly tier. He was the one I ordered my 7” predator flies from for my trip to Aylmer Lake Lodge for monster Lake Trout. Gary has also served as a competitive fly fisherman for Team Canada with excellent euro-nymphing skills.
Connect with Gary in the Alberta Fly Fishing Facebook community:
The Fly Fishing Show season starts in Denver on Jan 4, 2019. There is a total of seven shows across the country.
Find out more at https://flyfishingshow.com
Sometimes in life you just need to go further, push through invisible barriers that you thought were there.
What an incredible week my son Tyler and I had at Aylmer Lake Lodge in the Northwest Territories, Canada.
A gorgeous camp, wonderful hosts, trophy Lake Trout high in the water column and huge Grayling.
On top of all this, an encounter of a lifetime, face to face, well actually 30 yards from a 1200 pound Arctic Muskox. Truly an experience of a lifetime.
Here’s a really fun conversation with Kevin McNeil of Aylmer Lake Lodge. https://aylmerlakelodge.com
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