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  1. Fly fisherman new to town

    Hi everyone, I am new the site and new to Thunder bay. I am here for school, so will be here for a few years. I am from southern Alberta, thus my addiction for fly fishing. I also spend several weeks each year in Northern BC on the Skeena river and its tributaries swinging flies for steelhead and salmon. anyways enough about myself. I am super exited to explore new water and target some new species on a fly rod. My question for you guys is, I have 1 week off of school at the end of August and I am looking to do a several day fly fishing trip. I would love to target salmon in some of the rivers ( I think that might be a little bit early). I would also be interested in some brookies or anything really for that matter..... If anyone has any recommendations or suggestions on where I should go camp for 4-5 days, explore, and fly fish. That would be awesome. Thanks in advance. I should also note that I have a truck (4x4), I dont have a boat, I also do have a 3,6,9 wt rod, also have 4wt switch and 8wt spey rod. So I am fairly equipped for most species. Cheers! and tight lines.