Monthly Archives: October 2014

packing my fishing pack!

Originally posted on Raspberryfisher's Blog:
In my previous post, I noted how after 20 years, I have refined my tools into a single pack, whether I am searching out Steelhead in November, Trout in May or Bass in August.…

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Fishing The Copper John

By Tedy Gordon, SFBCA member The fly fishing world can be made very confusing by the wide variety of flies available, particularly for the beginner. Fly patterns can be dry, streamers, nymphs, imitators, attractors and who knows what else. Since … Continue reading

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Summary of SFBCA 2014/15 Annual General Meeting

The Scarborough Fly and Bait Casting Association held its Annual General Meeting on Oct 9, 2014 at the Port Union Library. We had a great turn out (16 members) which made for some lively debate for improving the club. Some … Continue reading

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Bass Fly Fishing

by Ray Kendrick, SFBCA member. My Trout fishing takes a hiatus during the dog days of summer when the water temps of my favorite rivers exceed 70F . Catching and releasing a Trout when the water temperature is high can … Continue reading

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Late September Fly Fishing on the Grand River

Fishing the Grand River By Tedy Gordon,  SFBCA member The Grand River is a well known trout stream in Ontario. A quick internet search will bring up many pictures of people showing off their catches. This was a great motivator … Continue reading

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Free Duffins Creek Winter Ecology Seminar

Trout Unlimited is hosting an evening seminar on the winter ecology of Duffins Creek on October 29, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. in room #1 at the McLean Community Centre 95 Magill Drive, Ajax, ON. Since many Scarborough Fly and Bait Casting Association members … Continue reading

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Easy Egg Pattern

In the Fall, a single drifted egg seems to do the trick in catching Steelhead trout  (as past efforts at the Bighead River have shown). If you don’t have any fresh or preserved eggs on hand, here’s a super easy … Continue reading

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