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Fly Fishing Report: Gaspe Peninsula

September 26, 2013
Author: Will Rice

Photo Courtesy anglerstonic.com

Greg Thomas just dropped this epic fly fishing report from Canada’s Gaspe Peninsula on Angler's Tonic.  If you ever had an interest in visiting the Bonaventure and Grand Cascapedia rivers for a crack at tight-lipped Atlantic salmon, this trip report should get you salivating.  From his post:

“Last year, as some Angler’s Tonic patrons might remember, I visited the Gaspe Peninsula in September and had a great time on the Bonaventure and Grand Cascapedia rivers, bringing 10 fish to hand during six days on the water. I’d visited the Gaspe last year with the same motto I took there this year: If I catch one Atlantic salmon I’ll be happy and anything more than that could be considered icing on the cake. So, yes, I took my friends’ advice and set modest expectations.  Fortunately, this year proved to be even better than last, with more fish in the rivers and larger fish, on average, too….”

Also, check out Greg's quick gear reviews on the Sage Method, Simms Slick Jacket and Simms G4 Stockingfoot Waders… and let’s not forget about all the Canadian eye candy.  

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