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Finally!!!....... The whitefish and cutties return to make this early event one to remember and not one to forget. And the lone Steelhead that dragged Kage down to the Fraser river and back to finish off the day. Thanks to the cheesy wiener boys for changing up the chip selection and well done to the rookies, you picked the right day to come out. Congrats Matt on a fine performance and Todd, well I don't say this very often, but you could have at least won one session  ;) ;D. Good job as always!

 (Ps, Jack Stanton.. please land in a different group this time! :) )


Did you make that ewwww face when you pulled it out??  =)


Great point Todd! I am always telling my boat partner heads up I am going to cast over you. I have only heard that a handful of times back to me. This is a must when drifts are not too fast. Even if it is a faster drift, shoot a cast over there and rip it hard back. Just never know.


Fly Fishing Canada General Discussions / Re: Open Letter of Thanks
« on: November 29, 2019, 08:21:47 AM »
Hey Scotty

Wishing you a speedy recovery and back to full health. Be strong, get well and hope to see you in a future comp!


Stillwater Competition Angling Discussions / Re: Dawl Bach??
« on: November 14, 2019, 06:20:48 PM »
Don't leave home without them!


Introductions and Greetings / Re: Hi from Susan at Chinook Wind Outfitters
« on: November 14, 2019, 06:19:06 PM »
Hi Susan

Welcome aboard! Have heard some great things about you and your company and I'm sure you'll find a few great things here too!


That was fish landed. It would be cool to see how many were lost(playing and losing the fish) and add those to the #'s too.

What a stellar day of weather for this event. Not often do you see guys in T-shirts fishing in November!!

Congrats to the individual & team winners, thanks to Todd & Chris for running the event and Booby & Brian for whipping up lunch.

But lets not forget to thank all of "YOU" for helping loading & unloading of the boats!


I am wondering if anyone has access to a spare boat that they can bring to the Mill lake Competition, as one of the youth teams is without a boat. They have their own motor, battery, thwart boards, and drogue, but just need to borrow a boat, as they don't have one at this time. Please post here if you can help!

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!!


Hi Todd

My brother said we could use his boat so I will bring that for the Yutz.


Can you persuade them to dump in a couple thousand this year so I can at least hook one fish!?


One Stanton Jack will be there, but if a Jack Stanton shows up.. lock the doors!  Looking forward to seeing everyone :)

Frickin' love that Jack dude!  ;D


Also Canadian Nationals are in late June so time off from work for most might be tough with NALS and other family vaca plans. A day or 2 off would work for most I think and still make this work.


I would love to be part of this. I know you don't have any details, but 2 lake sessions and 2 river sessions, would that be a  2 day competition? and would there be any practice days you think?
I am pretty sure I could get away for this ;)

You don't need practice Eastvan. Just show up and fish like I did last year at the Nationals. You will do fine! Their rivers and lakes are just like ours and you get to use more flies to boot!


Already packing... I'm in!!  ;D


Well done Ernie and everyone involved! Looked like a good time! ;) :)


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