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  1. Eastern Shore Mayfly (Black Quill)

    I think I finally perfected the Eastern Shore Mayfly, also known as the Black Quill. To "match the hatch", I used this recipe: Hook - #14 Mustad dry Tail - dark grey dun Body - stripped peacock herl, lacquered Wing - drake Wood Duck flank, split Hackle - Whiting Pro Grade dark grey dun Thread - 8
  2. Salmon Fishing
    Hello, I'm new to the world of Atlantic Salmon fishing and would really like to test my luck this coming spring. I know it's still early and the season just ended but I thought I'd ask some advice for those with it fresh in their minds. I'm just wondering if anyone has any advice. What to do...
  3. Fly Fishing
    Anyone have a guess to what type of fish are schooling at the end of this video.
  4. Articles
    The Black Quill is the first mayfly hatch in Nova Scotia each spring. It is also our best known mayfly. This in part is due to the fact that it is one of the few mayflies in Nova Scotia that hatch in both river and lake environments. Pictured below is the black quill nymph. It is classified...
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