Tag Archives: lake trout

How Did They Get Here?

I wrote this piece back in 2005 that describes how our native fish arrived in Alberta. I’m posting it here because I believe it’s important information to understand when we talk about species-at-risk and why protecting habit and wild places … Continue reading

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Fishing the Dalton Trail

[Note: The following was first published in the February 2015 Alberta Outdoorsmen.] Copyright © 2015 Don H. Meredith, All Rights Reserved. The all-terrain-vehicle (ATV) trip was more akin to a roller coaster than a ride through the Yukon wilderness; but … Continue reading

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The Wild of Grizzly Creek, the Yukon

The Yukon is known for its history, legends, characters and incredible landscapes. It is also known as a place where outdoor dreams and adventures are realized. If you are an angler looking for some incredible fishing in the heart of … Continue reading

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Great Slave Lakers

As I mentioned in my article in the April 2010 Alberta Outdoorsmen, one of the icons of outdoor adventures in Canada is the northern fishing lodge. Plummer’s Great Slave Lake Lodge is one of the oldest lodges in the North, … Continue reading

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