There is an underground cult of hardcore fly anglers in Ontario obsessed with chasing wild trout in virtually untouched waters. For many, the only way to experience these streams is vicariously, through stories and myths passed down from generation to generation. Those who know these streams keep them secret and hold them close. No Video? CLICK HERE Most of these anglers are as tight lipped as the fish that swim in these streams. Follow us chasing huge brown trout with streamers in some of Ontario’s finest trout streams. Hatch Addicts obsessing over mayfly hatches and spinnerfalls while casting to colourful brook trout and weary browns in tiny streams. Coming from Madfisher Media, a new film exploring Fly Fishing in southern
Mad Fisher Media (http://www.madfisher.net) put together this short promo video for Ken Chandler Fly Fishing Adventures. Ken is based in Markdale, Ontario. He was one of the first guides working with Grand River Troutfitters in Fergus. Since then, he’s become an established, independant drift boat guide in southern Ontario. Ken guides nearly year round for resident trout, bass, pike, musky, carp and steelhead. Read an article about him here: Ken Chandler Fly Fishing Guide Visit his website here: Ontario Drift Boat Guide ~ Guided steelhead, trout, bass and musky trips
This is a little teaser of some of the fish we got into in the fall of 2009 while filming during the migratory trout and salmon runs in the Great Lakes Tributaries. Episode two of the second season of Bingo Bango Fly Fishing is set to be released at the end of February, 2010.
In the fall of 2009, the Bingo Bango fly fishing crew were out on a number of streams stalking migratory trout and salmon in tributaries of the Great Lakes. This is a short video of one of those days we were out. This video takes place on Bronte Creek, just outside of Oakville in the GTA.
In this fly fishing video: The start of the season here in Ontario can lead to some tough fly fishing. Luckily on this day in early May, there were consistent Blue Winged Olives (BWOs) and Hendricksons hatching. Those bugs were keeping the fish feeding on the surface. Kerry got herself into a couple of nice fat little brook trout and also took a moment to chat a little about the flies we were using.