Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Swinging the Niagara!

Lake-run brown trout are found across much of the Great Lakes and often take a back seat to steelhead, the glamour fish. After spawning, browns will begin to feed heavily and quickly regain the weight and fight they lost during spawning. This fish, and a number of others, crushed a swung fly in the lower Niagara River while I fished with Paul Castellano. A good test for Scott's new L2H 12'6" 7-wt. and a 520 gr. SA Intermediate Skagit Extreme line.


April Vokey said...

Nice work Jerry!

Sonder said...

They have been huge this year for sure! Nice job guys!

Steelhead Alley Outfitters said...

Sweet fish Jerry!