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Fish and Hunt Stories:

5 Reasons to Book a Fly-in Fishing Trip

September 20, 2022 By The So Fly Crew

You know a fishing trip is going to be amazing when it starts with a float plane ride, the workhorse of the north. A PLANE, taking you to go fishing. It’s a wild, wild experience I will simply never tire of. What can you expect when planning your own fly-in trip? In this article, I’ll […]


Dreaming of a Fly-In Fishing Adventure

June 29, 2022 By Jenna McKeown

Usually, I am one of those rare people who absolutely adore winter. I love the snow, and the outdoor activities, I don’t even mind the cold. This year, however, something about the dreary weather and the appearance of Jack Frost isn’t quite what I had in mind. Instead of my usual winter fantasies, I find […]


Drive-To Trophy Bass Fly Fishing

June 28, 2022 By Colin McKeown

For many anglers, including myself, there is no joy greater than catching smallmouth bass on a fly. From poppers to streamers, the smallmouth bass is loved because they are aggressive and explosive fighters. But finding smallmouth bass in quantity and of trophy-size, that is a challenge. Many anglers living and fishing in urban areas have […]


Remote Do-it-Yourself In Algoma

June 26, 2022 By Mark Melnyk

Algoma Country in Northern Ontario is the perfect place to step out of your comfort zone and experience a remote, DIY fly fishing adventure.  With hundreds of lakes, rivers, and streams to explore, anglers have the opportunity to access secluded, remote and pristine bodies of water teeming with multi-species fish – some of the giant […]


Algoma Walleye on the Fly

June 21, 2022 By Mark Melnyk

Algoma Country in northern Ontario is blessed to have hundreds upon hundreds…nay multiple thousands of lakes accessible by plane, train and automobile. The wonderful thing about almost every single one of these lakes is they have a multitude of species one can target on the fly including one of our favourites (to catch and eat) […]


Charms of the Chippewa

June 30, 2021 By James Smedley

An Enduring Example of Beauty along Our National Highway Anyone who has driven Hwy 17 North of Sault Ste. Marie has probably stopped at Chippewa Falls. There is a parking lot and rest area with a plaque touting it as the halfway point along the TransCanada Highway. With a thick pine and hardwood forest surrounding […]