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  • Ant Fishing.mp4
    by Rob Scott on January 20, 2011 at 4:05 PM
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    dry fly fishing on the Elbow river using an ant pattern

  • Fall Fishing Leduc Alberta Rainbow Trout...
    by Brandonkop on December 11, 2013 at 1:11 AM
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    Tried fishing Beaumont Trout Pond in the early am hours but only hooked two that got off shortly after biting. So decided to head back to Leduc since I had more luck there the day before and see what was biting. Fished the afternoon and caught two nice rainbows on a Thomas Buoyant Cyclone in red and gold. Also had some other hits on various lures. Great Fall day to be out by the lake. Also made a great meal that evening.

  • When Perch Attack The Cicada Strikes Bac...
    by Brandonkop on January 30, 2014 at 12:01 AM
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    This video was taken on the same day that I also captured the underwater video of fishing with Northland Tackles Gill-Getter. The perch were not interested at all in the Gill-Getter, but when I dropped the Reef Runner Cicada down in Chartreuse and Glow they were attacking it without hesitation. Check out the underwater footage and how some of the Jumbo Yellow Perch inhale this Cicada! These perch were on the prowl chasing down shiners and spread out over this sand flat. The Cicada can really draw the fish in with its flash and vibration over a long distance. It also helps you key in on those bigger fish and keeps some of the smaller fish away. Give them a try next time you're on the hunt for jumbo perch.

  • Underwater Satire of the Jumbo Perch - D...
    by Brandonkop on January 30, 2014 at 12:02 AM
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    We all have dreams of that one Jumbo Perch who hangs around the hole all day and never commits. This video is dedicated to all us fishermen who have sat over a hole in the ice all day to catch that one fish. This is the underwater story of the Jumbo Perch.

  • Alberta Fisheries Management Walleye Tes...
    by Brandonkop on November 10, 2013 at 6:00 PM
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    So I didn't think it would be a big deal to make a short documentary of the Alberta Fisheries Management Test Netting in Alberta. Turns out that I was wrong. They did not want us to video the nets being pulled. They stated pictures were fine, but no video. It is too bad because I thought the biologist shared a lot of good information with us. I tried to repeat what he said in this video. Talking with them really changed my view a lot regarding the whole activity of test netting. They were nice, both boats called us right on over so that they could tell us what they were doing. Sorry I had to blur most of the video to protect their identity. I still think you get good picture of what is going on. I know this testing seems to be a controversial subject, but I think if they were more open to the public and wouldn't try to be so secretive maybe they would be more accepted. Or are they doing something wrong? Tell me what you think.

  • LABrown.mp4
    by Rob Scott on April 29, 2010 at 2:30 PM
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    fishing for Browntrout in Lethbridge Alberta ... "big trout" trout alberta lethbridge "nicholas sheran" "good times" ...

  • Bigbow Browns
    by Rob Scott on May 28, 2009 at 8:14 AM
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    winter fishing cranks on the Bow,,,,20 year old video..but a good idea of the nice browns found in the river..and no..I dont keep them anymore...

  • How to Ice Fish a New Lake: Floatingston...
    by Brandonkop on February 9, 2014 at 10:15 PM
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    Went out one morning to Floatingstone lake since I was reading on iFishAlberta the summer fishing has been very good for pike and walleye with the closure. I went out to see what could be caught. Approaching a new body of water can be tough, but I studied the depth charts, tried by the iceshacks, and off some points with drop offs. Turns out I didn't have a fabulous morning, but it wasn't awful. Caught a walleye at first light a few pike and some micro perch. Not sure if there are many good sized perch in there. Good luck if you head out just remember there is a bait ban (maggots meal worms only) and a 0 keep limit for pike and walleye. Got a nice shot of a pike sitting on the bottom below my hole with a GoPro Hero.

  • Brood Stock Rainbow Trout
    by Brandonkop on December 20, 2014 at 11:10 PM
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    How to Catch Brood Stock Rainbow Trout Ice Fishing with Berkley Power Nymph and micro jig. The province of Alberta often stocks their worn out brood stock rainbows into ponds and lakes accross the province. You can find out which lakes get these stockings by looking at the stocking list published by the province. These fish average 55 cm but can be as large as 5-7 pounds. This was my first time out on the ice this year and didn't have the MarCum along. I sure felt like I was fishing blind but still managed a couple nice rainbows. These Berkley Powernymphs work really well and are a great alternative if you forget to buy some live bait.

  • Wolf Lake Northern Pike Ice fishing with...
    by Brandonkop on February 9, 2014 at 10:14 PM
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    Wolf Lake Fishing for Water Wolves. We had a super heavy snow year, there was 4 feet of snow in the bush around the lake. If it weren't for the warm weather and 100 km winds a few days before I don't think we would have got on the lake. A trapper had made one rutted trail across the lake to his cabin. Couldn't get out to the spot I had fished before years ago. So we headed back to a point adjacent a shallow flat dropping into the North lake basin. Only managed one larger pike, not huge but fun to catch. Northern Pike were biting great and had flags going constantly, two three at a time. Great size range of fish in this lake. All fish caught on Windlass tip ups with quick strike rigs. Also was fishing with my 2 year old daughter who tried to catch some and got one with the help of mom.

  • Bottom Bouncer Fall Walleye
    by Brandonkop on November 10, 2013 at 6:02 PM
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    Fall walleye can sometimes be difficult to find. Using a slow troll or drift with a bottom bouncer and spinner rig tipped with a night crawler can help you find those fish over key pieces of structure. When conditions are right this set up can really produce well all year and especially when the leaves turn yellow and autumn is in the air. Watch this video for a few tips on rigging and running your bottom bouncers to catch more walleye this fall.

  • Cold Lake Fall Pike
    by Brandonkop on November 10, 2013 at 6:01 PM
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    Fishing Alberta is a lot of fun in the fall. Today we head out on my parents Ski Nautique with the family to do some fishing on the Big Lake. The pike were biting swim baits like crazy. Nothing huge, but tons of action. Caught one that was 30 inches which was the biggest for the day. Also lost a very large walleye right beside the boat. Too bad. Check out our family fun day on the water.


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