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Fishing in Canada: Ontario & Alberta



The below three articles describe my 10 week solo fishing adventure in Ontario that I undertook back in 1994.

Part 1: QUETICO PARK, Ontario 3 week solo fishing trip in Quetico Park, Ontario

Part 2: FIRE and MISSINAIBI RIVERS 2 weeks float fishing the Fire and Missinaibi Rivers in northern Ontario.

Part 3: OGOKI RIVER, Ontario 5 week solo fishing float trip down the remote Ogoki River system in northern Ontario.



Trout Stream Fishing Videos of Alberta, Canada

Fishing Berland River, Alberta WATCH BERLAND RIVER, ALBERTA We were fishing north of Hwy 40. I missed a bull trout around 16" and a slightly smaller whitefish but otherwise had no action. Some people said a flood earlier in the year (2011) may have flushed out many of the trout. The stream is scenic, not too difficult to wade and looks like it ought to hold some fish.
Fishing Little Berland River, Alberta WATCH LITTLE BERLAND RIVER, ALBERTA We were fishing about 3 miles downstream of the Hwy 40 bridge. The stream looked very fishy, lots of holes and little pools and places for fish to hide, but we didn't catch anything. I wonder if this stream was also a victim of the major floods to have occurred earlier in the year (2011).
Fishing Jarvis Creek, Alberta WATCH JARVIS CREEK, ALBERTA This section of Jarvis Creek is mid-way between the Wildhay River and the first lake upstream, near by Wild Hay Road. While there are a variety of trout species here we didn't encounter very many of them. The two we did get was a whitefish and a bull. Nonetheless, it is about as quiet and peacefull of a stream as you will ever find.
Fishing Kakwa River, Alberta WATCH KAKWA RIVER, ALBERTA We fished the area near the Hwy 40 bridge. The river here is a bit large and while you can wade it you cannot cross it. Best fished in a boat. We had a few hits but did not catch anything. The fish population may have been suffering from a flood earlier in the year (2011).
Fishing Miette River, Alberta WATCH MIETTE RIVER, ALBERTA The Miette River is one of the better fishing streams in Jasper National Park, Alberta. You will find mostly bull trout and rainbows here. The video shows several different sections of the stream, most of which are not too far from a road.
Fishing Muskeg River, Alberta WATCH MUSKEG RIVER, ALBERTA We fished the river near the water fall and hwy 40/Teepee campground. Supposedly a couple severe floods earlier in the year (2011) flushed out the usually plentiful rainbow trout. I talked with one guy who claims to have caught a 20" brook trout from this area. The 12" bull trout hit on a small green Sweedish Pimple spoon.
Bull trout of Sheep Creek, Alberta WATCH BULL TROUT OF SHEEP CREEK Sheep Creek in West Central Alberta is known to give up some large bull trout. I did catch a respectible bull and a few smaller ones. This is a loud, turbulent freestone stream, kind of an adventure to fish.
Fishing Little Smokey River, Alberta WATCH LITTLE SMOKEY RIVER, ALBERTA This section of the Little Smokey River is a little further upstream than the section known for great grayling fishing. Maybe that is why we didn't catch anything. Even so, it still looks fishy and was fun to fish.
Fishing Wildhay River, Alberta WATCH WILDHAY RIVER, ALBERTA The Wildhay River in Alberta has a variety of trout species including bull trout. This day we filmed it in 2011 did not produce many fish, perhaps due to the flood earlier that year. This section is along Wildhay Road about 8 miles downstream of Hwy 40.


Videos of Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada

Maligne Canyon, Jasper NP WATCH MALIGNE CANYON An extremely deep, narrow canyon cut thru limestone bedrock by the Maligne River. One of the more interesting features of Jasper National Park. Each year several people die by falling off the cliffs as they try to take a good picture.
Skyline Valley View, Jasper NP WATCH SKYLINE VALLEY The Skyline Valleye trail offers one of the most scenic views in all of Jasper National Park. The trail itself is rather steep and requires a strenuous effort to ascend. It is much easier to simply watch the video!
Waterfall, Jasper National Park WATCH WATERFALLS OF JASPER NP Waterfalls of the Sunwapta and Athabasca Rivers in Jasper National Park.
Weeping Wall, Jasper NP WATCH WEEPING WALL View of Jasper National Park's Weeping Wall and other nearby mountains. Also a shot of the appropriately named Beauty Creek.
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