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Brookie from the Park

Posted by Steve Galea at

Here's a short video clip showing one of the brook trout I caught in Algonquin Provincial Park this week. They are entering fall colours but are not quite there yet. The season with a few exceptions ends on September 30 around here. This one took a pheasant tail nymph.

These fish are made better by a wonderful setting. It's hard to beat a day in Algonquin Park.


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3 comments

  • Hi,
    going north from Virginia in nand would like to do some brook trout fly fishing in both a lake and streams (preferably in the Algonquin Park) . Can you send me some information about your rates and availability for guiding in the latter part of June,
    Thanks,
    Sean

    Sean Patrick Kennedy Walsh on
  • That’s true John, but a good angler will find a way…

    Steve Galea on
  • Steve,
    Nice to see the video. The only problem with a video is that one may not make up lies about how many and how big the fish are that he catches!

    JB

    John Bentley on

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