Will bull trout save the day?

Published on February 5th, 2010 by Rodney

We have been back from Denmark for almost a month now. Although we are really glad to be enjoying the mild weather, we still have not touched a fish yet this year. A couple of days ago, seeing that we were going to have a break from the rain, we decided to spend a day searching for some winter bull trout.

Unlike interior bull trout, these coastal populations are amphidromous, meaning that they spend their life travelling between the ocean and rivers. In the winter months, these fish tend to congregate in rivers where most of them will end up spawning.

It was just another typical day of winter trout and char fishing. There was a lot of walking with little success. Watch the video to see if our persistence was paid off at the end!

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