Trout and salmon inhabit the Great Lakes feeding on baitfish, insects and crustaceans.  When the conditions are right they run up the rivers and streams that empty into the lakes.  Water flow, feeding, temperature change and spawning are the main reasons why trout and salmon enter these tributaries.

Many different techniques are used depending on the time of year and the conditions of the streams. While fly fishing Lake Erie and Ontario tributaries some of the techniques we use include swinging with spey flies and streamers, stripping with streamers, swinging with wet flies, strike indicator presentations, and in some situations dry fly fishing. We have even caugth brown trout on mouse patterns and steelhead by skating flies. If you would like to see some of this check out our Great Lakes Fly Fishing Video by clicking here.





























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