Canada's Oldman River

“It would be a cruel joke trying to throw an upstream nymph or dryfly into the early-season Chinook charging through the Gap, so it had to be the old Scottish wet-fly style of down and around – the way our dads taught us.” Neil Waugh fishes Canada’s Oldman River and gives a history lesson about the Hudson Bay Company, the Blackfoot and Kootenai, and the 200-year flood. In the Edmunton Sun.

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