So i am usually found out on one of the Eastern Lake Ontario Tributaries throughout the fall and springtime with some local friends fishing for Steelhead and Brown Trout , but unfortunately we haven't had too much rain at all over the past 2 weeks and a lot, if not all of the smaller tribs are gin clear, low and not much flow to them.
So a few close friends and myself packed up our gear and headed out to the Northern Lake Huron Tributaries to meet up with some more fellow anglers and have some fun on the rivers.
Day 1 & 2 the water levels were on the rise and the clarity was perfect not too clear but a nice green colour. being up there proved to me that fishing out there was a totally different style of center-pining compared to back home, they used a lot larger slip or stationary floats and a lot longer lead lengths. Luckily thanks to some good friends i was prepared for this! Started off with a tandem rig of bead and roe, this seemed to work and caught some fish but the key to success was on the beads.
Day 3 & 4 the following weekend, the water levels had gone down and now the water was a lot clearer the the previous weekend which made it a little more tough, but now knowing what to expect and how to fish some of the different drifts we all seemed to hook fish upon arrival and had a blast all weekend long!! <><