Fishing the Inland Waters,

of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, Canada

Two Main Fresh Water Fish

The Eastern Brook Trout and the Atlantic Salmon

The primary game fish in the inland waters of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland are the Eastern Brook Trout and the Atlantic Salmon..
Although there are other species that are under utilized, such as Shad, Stripped Bass and landlocked Salmon (locally called graylyn)..

The Eastern Brook Trout although not large in size is probably one of the scrapiest fish on a light fly rod there is..., the average size is between 10 and 16 inches..,
Although there are many methods of catching these fine fish, I recommend a light weight 8' fly rod, with a dry fly for the most enjoyment..

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Created on Dec 28 1996 by Bill Crant