SPEY FLY-FISHING IN CANADA
About 150 Years ago, Spey Fishing was born on a River in Northern Scotland. Spey Casting was developed to overcome the challenges of fishing wide deep rivers. Using the longer rods and longer lines provided a number of benefits including a longer distance of water covered with almost no back cast so anglers could avoid trees and rocks behind them. Another advantage of Spey fishing is line control and versatility, even in wind. Spey casting has followed Atlantic Salmon anglers across the 'big pond', arriving at some of the great rivers of North America. Although single-handed rods are still the most common method of fly-fishing in Canada, there has been a significant increase in interest in Spey fishing over the past years , especially on the wider rivers like those in New Brunswick's Miramichi River System. Each year there are a number of clinics offered by world class Spey instructors from around the globe. For more information on Clinics, Packages and Atlantic Salmon Fishing in Canada, click HERE.
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