D.B.O. Head Bow River Guide Gavin Stookes with a early season Brown Trout
The fishing on The Bow River and other S.W.Alberta area rivers is decent as some rivers are now on the drop.Higher flows for the Bow are forecast however once things settle down things streamer fishing will pick up.
Early Season Tank
The Elk River is also starting to fish, as the Golden Stone Flies are hatching.Primo Conditions for all rivers should be in a week.
Rivers throughout the Canadian Rockies are looking good for early Season fishing.We are anticipating a normal year for flows with decent conditions throughout the season.
Early Season Trips
Most rivers that we guide on are fishable now.The Bow River should be primo within a week,and getting better as we move towards July.
Our 2019 Season is booking up and we are excited to have the Same Guide Team(s) in both Alberta and British Columbia.For early season action (June 20th -July 10ish ) our Top River picks are below.
Early Season Top River Pics for Montana,Alberta and British Columbia
The Missouri River generally fishes great from mid May well into October.The timeframe that we target is mid May to September.The Missouri River does not blow out from run off so if you are looking for an excellent June Fly fishing trip put this on your radar screen.Working with a number of Montana Outfitters we are able to make fishing on this excellent river happen!
Missouri River Brown Trout
Form the Last week of June thru into October, The Bow River which is flows thru Calgary Alberta and is an easy quick Trout fix.If you like big browns and rainbows this is it.
The Waterton River -Located in Extreme S.W. Alberta this is a good to very good Brown Trout River.
Fly-Fishing The Crowsnest River
The Oldman River -Located in S.W. Alberta this river has many ‘faces” ranging from Alpine Cutthroat fishing to a medium sized Tailwater Float trip.
Fall is in the air ! Cooler Temps will get things moving even more.Depending on the river we are witnessing hatches of Nocturnal Stones,October Caddis,B.W.O.’s ,Hoppers and Other Terrestrials.During non hatch periods Streamer fishing has been good.Flows are low and Fall fishing is full on give us a call @800-453-3991 or email us !
Fishing remains strong on all The Rivers we guide on.Cooler Temps have created a feeding frenzy of sorts.Hoppers Continue to be the mainstay especially on The Bow River.Southern Alberta Rivers are also fishing well, depending on the river and elevation hatches are all over the map but once again Hopper fishing remains strong.
Bow River Brown Trout
S.E. British Columbia fishing ( The Elk River & Tribs ) has also bee pretty darn good.Terrestials,Flavs,Noctorunal Stones have been getting things done.October Caddis are also now starting to show up.
S.W. Alberta Brown Trout
If you are looking for a quick Fall Trout Fix Look no further than Alberta and B.C. email or call us @800-453-3991 and lets talk Fishing !
Generally Fishing Conditions in the Canadian Rockies(The Bow,Elk,Oldman and Saint Mary Rivers’) remain strong.Clients are having a great time throwing Hopper and other Terrestrial Patterns when the fish are looking up which right now is most of the time.We think this pattern will continue well into September.
Streamers have been producing
During non -hatch periods or when the fish are not looking for Hoppers Anglers have experienced some very good to excellent Streamer fishing fo above average fish.
Bow River Brown Trout.
Moving into the last week of August,Anglers can expect to see hatches of B.W.O.’s ,Pink Alberts,Tricos and October Caddis ..depending on the river.For more information or to book a trip Contact Us or call 800-453-3991
Despite warm temps the rivers are holding up well.The Elk River and Tribs continue to fish good,Terestrials are getting it done, hatches include Flavs,Nocturnal Stones, Caddis.The same hold true for the Saint Mary River.
Saint Mary River Cutbow
Over in Alberta Hopper fishing is the norm,Anglers wanting to match the hatch can easily do so with foam Hoppers and other terrestrial patterns.We are also seeing (depending on the river ) hatches of Caddis,Tricos,Pink Alberts.
Pink Albert May Fly on The Bow River
The Bow River continues to amaze Anglers with the off the charts Hopper fishing it’s that good.As air temperatures cool down watch for hatches of October Caddis and B.W.O’s Fall will be in the air sooner than later.