top of page

You Never Know!

Updated: Jul 1, 2018

After an epic long winter, the longest I can remember since I arrived in 1981, I expected the #Bow to be in full spate for the best part of June. Not the case, flow rates dropped, the Riv. began to clear and fishing started. Fished twice last week; once on a prairie lake that produces white cap waves with the slightest puff of wind, which for southern #Alberta is all the time. But, hey if you're lucky enough to get into a giant, well worth it, I only managed a large size #Pike. Oh well, there is always this week! Saturday had to hit the Riv. for a pre-fish, it's nice when we have water in it as one can explore different channels. Nymphed some runs to see what's what and I was not surprised to have trout gobble my offering. Yes, the Bow is certainly fish-able, I am hoping to see some rising fish this week. The forecast looks good, not too hot I will keep you posted...


Joe Buck

Recent Posts

See All

2022 Season Upon Us

We just received a good amount of snow in foothills area, I'm not complaining we will take all and any precipitation. We are currently in Pre-runoff their is good fly fishing; nymphing, streamers are

July 1st, 2021 Open for Business

The rivers look great! Runoff is filing down and fish are eating the usual fare of caddis flies, PMDS and stoneflies. Bookings are starting to show promise and we are moving forward in the right direc



bottom of page