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.

3 comments:

April Vokey said...

Nice work Jerry!

gribble said...

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

Steelhead Alley Outfitters said...

Sweet fish Jerry!