How To Fly Fish For Trout

Some fly-fishing enthusiasts are very much inclined into fishing for salmon or specifically trout. Plenty of fly-fishing aficionados scout for information about trout and where exactly they can be found. There had been many misconceptions about the trout and the variety of it. Trout is the general name called by many fishers to the specie known as salmonidae. This species are part of the salmon family. Trout are actually diverse and has many kinds, color and sizes. This type of fish dwells in freshwater like salmon. There are three sub-families that this trout belong to. From the Pacific, the term for the specie is the oncorhynchus, and in Atlantic, is the salmon. There is also called as the salvelinus, the …

Camping Equipment And Sites For a Northwest Vacation

Residents of the Northwest United States are proud of the conservation efforts put forth in their state. Washington, Oregon and Idaho have preserved some of the most beautiful forests, mountains, deserts and valleys for generations of outdoors enthusiasts. Much of the land in these great states is made available for people all over the country to enjoy on a regular basis. Camping, hiking, hunting and fishing are popular vacation activities in this part of the country because there are so many diverse places to go and see. Camping in the Northwest is a popular past time that can be enjoyed by anyone, no matter what their skill level or age. When camping in this area of the country, there are …

Bald Eagles arrive in Squamish BC

Once again our planet’s largest gatherings of Bald Eagles in underway in Squamish British Columbia, just North of Vancouver BC, and just 50 km south of the world class Whistler Ski Resort. Based on population estimates, up to 5% of the world’s bald eagles winter in the very this very accessible area. From one viewing space, often dozens of Eagles can be seen, and a short walk in the right direction will allow you to see many more. For decades, thousands of majestic Bald Eagles have been gathering on the riverbanks of the Squamish and Cheakamus Rivers, feasting on the ample salmon that either did not quite make it to the spawning channels, or have accomplished their life’s goal, and …