Archive for the ‘Canada’ Category

Turbo Tail Strikes Again

Chuck continued his week at Gangler’s Lodge in northern Manitoba with more pike rippin’. They decided to put Chuck to the test and took him to “Frustration Bay,” where the gin clear water showed every 36-40” pike as clear as day. These fish were all “frustration” trained. They would follow the lure or fly right […]

Pike City 1

My good friend, Chuck Furimsky, is yanking pike out of Canadian waters with determination this week. He managed 90-100 in the first two days, with the 40-inch beauty below as the biggest. He didn’t tell me what he caught them on, but I know he was tying a series of big flies with twister tails […]

Pike Jamboree—US Division 2016

My friends, Chuck Furimsky (The Fly Fishing Shows), and Bill Keough (Keough hackle) wanted to make a serious impression in the ongoing pike jamboree, so they grabbed fly rods and headed north into Canada for some big pike. And they succeeded. Chuck nailed a real beauty—3 feet of impressive northern pike on the fly rod. […]

Pike Jamboree

Our friend, Theo Bakelaar is chasing pike in Holland. They have just come off the spawn, and are moving into the rivers, hunting voraciously. He took a very fine fish the other day, only to have a young boy nail a really big one fifteen minutes later. But that’s fishing. On another note, Chuck Furimsky, […]

Blusie Steelhead

My bluesman, fly fishing friend, Keith Scott ( has been picking and singing his way across the Northwest. He was in Smithers, BC, recently and had a chance to swing streamers for steelhead in the Bulkeley—to no avail. Turns out they wanted a clown egg, which he fed them most willingly. Then to Smithers for […]