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We all could use a little more family time, and with Family Day long weekend right around the corner - now is the perfect time to get together with your favourite people. Here’s a handful of fun and interactive events to keep you busy this long weekend:
Enjoy A Kinderconcert | Saturday, Feb. 15
Enjoy a purely interactive and children-focused concert by the Prince George Symphony Orchestra. Focusing on fun, games and movement, kids will be exposed to a variety of musical sounds and instruments in this one-hour performance. Perfect for ages 3 -10.
Isitwendam (An Understanding) | Friday – Sunday
Isitwendam comes to Prince George fresh off its world premiere in Toronto. An amazing one-person performance, Meegwun Fairbrother takes on nine different roles, with an amazing digital and video design that will leave you in awe! The story follows Brendan White, a half Ojibway, half-white, young man who is hired by Aboriginal Affairs to discredit a Residential School survivor’s claim. Follow Brendan’s journey as his life is turned upside down in this uplifting, powerful and often humorous play.
Skate The Day Away | Friday – Monday
Lace-up those skates and bring the whole family to a local rink. Public skating is scheduled for Friday night, Saturday and Monday at either the Rolling Mix Arena and Elkscentre Arena. Or drop by the Prince George Outdoor Ice Oval for a sunny outdoor skate, weather dependant.
2020 Caledonia Wine Tour | Saturday, Feb. 15
This is an event for the “big kids” - rent or bring your own skies to the Caledonia Nordic Ski Club and hit the trails while you stop at a variety of sample stations pouring local BC wines. Tickets include 5 wine tastings, a hot meal and your trail pass.
Prince George Skijoring 2020 | Sunday, Feb. 16
Dress warmly, and stop by the rodeo grounds behind the CN Centre to see Skijoring in action! Watch as skiers compete in competitive timed races that include snow jumps and a variety of relays – all while being powered by galloping horses and riders! A crazy afternoon of winter sport and spirit.
Go For A Dip | Sunday, Feb. 16
Visit the Four Seasons Leisure Pool with the whole family for a free public swim between 4-6 pm. Enjoy the family swimming pool, diving boards, waterslide and lap lanes.
Visit Ness Lake | Monday, Feb. 17
Head to Ness Lake for a free lunch, treats, a hot beverage bar, and a full day of fun activities. Hit up the climbing wall, zip line, snow hill and more with your kids or just stand by and watch while the kids tire themselves out.
Choo-choo! | Monday, Feb. 17
If you missed the “Celebration of Lights” back in December, now is your chance! The Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum will flick the switch one last time on their 10,000+ light display. Take a free ride on the Cottonwood Minirail Express, enjoy the various craft stations and walk through the historic displays with a hot drink in hand between 4-8pm
Fear Factor Challenge | Monday, Feb. 17
Kids 5-12 are encouraged to participate in a variety of Fear Factor themed games and activities! Teams will be split into two, and compete together for the winning title. Registration is required.
Try It At Engage Sport North | Monday, Feb. 17
This is your opportunity to get active and try out a new indoor sport free of charge while being entered to win some amazing prizes. A variety of sports stations will be set up and folks can try out soccer, wheelchair basketball, pickleball and more.
Get Your Rollerblades Ready! | Monday, Feb. 17
Come join the Prince George Dome, from 2 - 4 pm for public roller-skating! Cost is $5 a person, rentals included. A great way to get out of the house with your family, enjoy a fun energetic environment with music, concession, air hockey, foose ball and skating!
Exploration Place | Monday, Feb. 17
Visit the Exploration Place for an educational day where families can learn the science, history and art behind crystal singing bowls and the mathematical equations such as “the golden ratio”. Participants will have opportunities to recreate sounds and co-create music together. Admission to the galleries is also ½ price all day.
Hit The Hill| Monday, Feb. 17
Get some runs in at the Hart Ski Hill. With 50% off lift passes and 50% off rentals, families can have an affordable day enjoying the slopes. Over lunch, Wendys will be on site with hamburgers, chilli, and frosty’s available all by donation.
The deep freeze of January is over but winter isn’t quite done yet with a large amount of snow in the forecast for February. Luckily, there are plenty of indoor and outdoor events to get you through February and into the hopefully warmer days of March. Here’s our monthly event wrap up for February we put together in partnership with Tourism Prince George.
Celebrate cultural diversity with the FrancoFUN Winter Festival
The 35th Winter Festival – FrancoFUN hosted Les Cercle des Canadiens Francais is underway in Prince George. The festival kicked off with a Coldsnap Winter Music Festival concert, but if you missed the show, not to worry. There’s still plenty of fun to be had, including a senior’s lunch, a movie night, and a Sugar Shack including a brunch, silent auction and music.
Date: February 3 – 8, 2020
Watch Finding Nemo at the pool
A movie night, at the pool? That’s right. Head to the Prince George Aquatic Centre this weekend to splash around with your kids while watching Finding Nemo. Regular admission rates apply but you’ll have above average fun.
Date: February 7, 2020
Location: Prince George Aquatic Centre
Enjoy a night of jazz and blues
Award-winning international jazz and blues singer Maureen Washington is returning to her hometown of Prince George to perform for the first time in three years. She’ll be joined by Victoria, BC musicians Karel Roessingh, Joey Smith, and Damian Graham. You can grab your tickets through Central Interior Tickets.
Date: February 8, 2020
Location: PG Playhouse
Downtown Winterfest hits the Canada Games Plaza once again in February, bringing you a winter market, music, a s’mores competition, an ice slide, snow and ice sculptures, and plenty of other fun for the whole family. The best part: this event is FREE to attend! Just make sure to bring some cash for the s’mores and the winter market.
Date: February 9, 2020
Location: Canada Games Plaza
Get Loose with Brews & Juice
If you love yoga, craft beer, and cold-pressed juice, this event is for you. Trench Brewing & Distilling, Col Juicery, and Chinook Yoga are teaming up to bring you a mid-morning all-level yoga class. Stick around after for a flight of cold-pressed juice, craft beer, or both! Tickets are limited, so get yours before they’re gone.
Date: February 9, 2020
Location: Trench Brewing & Distilling
Looking for something fun to do with your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day? These events will make sure you’re fed and entertained. Some of them even give you the chance to get a little artsy!
Date: February 14 and 15, 2020
Family Day fun at Ness Lake Bible Camp
If you’re looking for something fun to do with your family on Family Day, then head to Ness Lake for a free lunch, treats, a hot beverage bar, and a full day of fun activities. Hit up the climbing wall, zip line, snow hill, and more with your kids or just stand by and watch if these activities aren’t for you.
Date: February 17, 2020
Location: Ness Lake Bible Camp
Northern Lights Winter Wine Festival – Mulled Wine Contest
If you enjoy mulled wine, this festival is for you. Grab your tickets for the Northern Lights Winter Wine Festival for your chance to sample a variety of delicious mulled wines paired with tasty snacks. Vote on your favourites and take home a tasting mug.
Date: February 29, 2020
Location: Northern Lights Estate Winery
For more events happening in February, make sure to follow the City of Prince George and Tourism Prince George event calendars. Watch for the posting of event guides posted on the Move Up Prince George and Tourism Prince George blogs the first Wednesday of every month during 2020! Have an event you want us to share? Email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
I must start by saying, I admittedly used to be a skeptic of fatbikes. I used to look at them and think there was no way that could be fun, and that they looked ridiculous and would not be an enjoyable experience. As a mountain bike rider my whole life, I just couldn't get on board.
This year I tried it out, and boy was I wrong. It is soo much fun!! The ability to ride a bike in the winter is such an amazing novelty for a bike nut like myself. It isn't the same as riding on dirt, but its a new and exciting experience.
Now that I had a bike, I needed to figure out where to ride. Prince George has an amazing mountain bike trail network, so I started exploring. Much to my excitement, the trail's here are awesome.
Prince George should absolutely be a Fat bike destination for you to consider. We have a couple of zones that are just awesome to pedal and with the community getting larger and larger more and more trails will open up to shred on your fatbike.
My favourite zone in PG has to be forest for the world. This extensive area of trails has endless loops of packed single track goodness that makes any winter weekend an awesome one for pedalling. The trails are all very well mapped out in the field as well as on popular trail map apps such as Trailforks.
It's not only the rad trails we have, but it's also the wonderful community of fat bikers that make PG and awesome place to ride in the winter. I have met so many awesome people out and about who all have the sane giant grins on their face as they pedal during months that were previously inaccessible to ride a bike.
Once the excitement of the holidays has come and gone, January says hello with cold winter nights, dumps of fresh powder and freezing temperatures. To beat the winter blues, we’ve put together an exciting monthly event wrap up, in partnership with Move Up Prince George, to give you some ideas on how to enjoy your first month of 2020.
Champions of Magic
Prince George is the only stop in British Columbia for these five world-class illusionists. Performing at the CN Centre in late January, you’ll be blown away with an array of stunning stage-filled illusions, unbelievable mind-reading and close-up magic by some of the best performers in the world.
Date: January 26, 2020
Location: CN Centre
Gin Blossom: A Speakeasy
Enjoy the beginning of the ’20s all over again with this clever 1920’s throwback event. Featuring a gin cocktail competition, guest bartenders will be creating signature drinks for guests to rate all the while classic tunes, costumes and dancing will be in full swing.
Date: January 18, 2020
Location: Theatre NorthWest
Prince George’s main winter music festival is about to kick things up a notch and will blow those winter blues away. With a massive array of talent coming in from across the country, folks will experience a wide variety of genres, styles and artists. Enjoy a night of laid-back blue-grass blues, or energizing yourself with some world-class hip-hop or rich Irish-influenced fiddle tunes.
Date: January 24 - February 1, 2020
Location: Multiple Locations
We Will Rock You
This musical is a quirky, eccentric and heartfelt story of outsiders. Featuring music from the famous Queen, this tale combines theatrical performances with rock n’ roll. The story follows two revolutionaries, Galileo and Scaramouche, on a quest to save rock n’ roll in a post-apocalyptic world.
Date: January 14, 2020
Location: CN Centre
The 2020 Dine Around festival is coming to Prince George! Hosted for 18 years in the Thompson Okanagan, this tasty festival will be making its way north and encouraging residences to tantalize their tastebuds across the city. With three Prince George restaurants participating, guests can choose between different interpretations of the special three-course menus - all paired with BC wines, spirits and beers.
Date: January 15 - February 2, 2020
Location: Multiple Locations
The festive season is getting into full swing and it’s almost time to say goodbye to another year and welcome a new one. Here’s our monthly event wrap up we put together in partnership with Tourism Prince George to give you some ideas for how to enjoy December and ring in 2020.
Bundle up and enjoy colourful light displays
There’s nothing like colourful lights to get you in the holiday spirit, and lucky for those of us who live in Prince George, there are several displays happening in December. So put on your puffiest jacket and warmest toque and mitts, grab your family and friends, and head to one or all of these displays.
Candy Cane Lane: This lights display is a labour of love for the people who spend countless hours decorating their homes to bring Candy Cane Lane to life every holiday season. Head to McKenzie Avenue and drive or walk around the neighbourhood to enjoy the cheerfully decorated houses. Make sure to dress warmly and bring a thermos of hot chocolate!
Celebration of Lights: You don’t want to miss this lights display happening from December 18th – 24th. With over 100,000 lights, the Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum transforms into a true winter wonderland during the Celebration of Lights. Enjoy a walk through the displays or hop on the Cottonwood Minirail Express to explore the 8-acre park and make sure to check out the Christmas Village. Feeling chilly? Warm up with some hot chocolate and snacks by the bonfires.
Light Up the Orchard: Enjoy a family friendly walking tour of a stunning lights display at the Northern Light’s Estate Winery’s orchards until December 23rd. Kids can enjoy a free hot chocolate and adults get a $3 discount on a bottle of wine. Admission to Light up the Orchard is $5.
This seasonal favourite is back and ready to entertain the whole family. Judy Russell Presents is once again bringing you The Nutcracker ballet featuring the Prince George Symphony Orchestra. Treat your family to this beloved local tradition this holiday season.
Date: December 19-22, 2019
Location: Vanier Hall
Trench Artisan Craft Fair
Did you miss the craft fairs in November or want to get one more in before the season is over? Head to Trench Brewing and Distilling on December 8th for the Sip and Shop Event. Enjoy an intimate setting for shopping from an amazing group of very talented local vendors. The best part? You can sip craft beer while you shop!
Date: December 8, 2019, 10 am – 4 pm
Location: Trench Brewing and Distilling
Watch a Kings or Cougars game
Need a break from all of the lights, cookies, hot chocolate, shopping, and festivities? Head to a Spruce Kings or Cougars game for some good ‘ol fashioned hockey entertainment. The holidays will still be there to enjoy when the game is over!
Location: Rolling Mix Concrete Arena and CN Centre
New Year’s Eve
It’s hard to believe 2019 is almost over. We’re sure more New Year’s Eve celebration events will pop-up throughout December, but for now, here are a few options for you to consider when deciding how to ring in the New Year.
For more events happening in December, make sure to follow the City of Prince George and Tourism Prince George event calendars. Watch for monthly event guides to be posted on the Move Up Prince George and Tourism Prince George blogs the first Wednesday of every month during 2019! Have an event you want us to share? Email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Snow-tipped mountains and frosty windows have taken over Prince George and as we await the inevitable snow to fall and our favourite winter activities to begin - we’ve put together a great list of events to help you enjoy the month of November.
It’s Craft Fair Month!
November is full-on craft fair and shopping season and if you’re wanting to get your hands on some great locally made products and goodies, check out our list below.
- The Great Christmas Craft Market, Nov 9 - 10
- Eastline Market Winter Craft Fair, Nov 9 - 10
- Roll A Dome Kids Market, Nov 9
- Elks Hall, Nov 8 - 10 & Nov 16
- DP Todd Craft Fair, Nov 9 - 10
- Columbus Community Fall Fair, Nov 16
- Immaculate Conception School Craft Fair, Nov 16
- Miworth Artisan Craft Fair, Nov 16
- Duchess Park, Nov 23 - 24
- Two Rivers Art Gallery Artisan Faire, Nov 30
- Kelly Road Craft Fair, Nov 30 - Dec 1
- Blackburn Craft Fair, Dec 7 - 8
- Trench Brewing Artisan Craft Fair: A Sip & Shop Event, Dec 8
- Winterfest (Civic Centre), Dec 14 - 15
- Holiday Small Business Fair (Roll A Dome), Dec 14 & 15
Test Your Climbing Abilities At Crush Fest 2019
Take your passion for climbing to new heights! This new bouldering competition will feature a thrilling scramble format to test your skills and strength. With a variety of registration categories and courses for all ages and skill levels, anyone can give it a go!
Date: Saturday, November 30
Location: OVERhang Climbing Gym
Visit The Ever Popular Festival of Trees and Support Spirit of The North
The Festival of Trees is a cherished community attraction that has become a cornerstone event for the holiday season each and every year. Enjoy taking your loved ones for a stroll amongst the beautifully decorated trees or attend one of the many fundraising events from High Tea Luncheons, a Teddy Bear Breakfast and the ever-popular, Dance & Dine Among The Pine.
Date: November 22 - December 1
Location: Prince George Civic Centre
Enjoy A Musical Sensation With Johnny Cash
Five actors, ten instruments, and over 30 songs played live that tells the amazing true-life story of Johnny Cash through song. This Broadway musical includes hits like Jackson, Walk the Line, I’ve Been Everywhere, Man in Black, A Boy Named Sue, Thing Called Love and of course Ring of Fire!
Date: Thursday, November 28 - December 18
Location: Theatre North West
Kick Off The Holiday Season At The Civic Light Up
Kick start the holiday season in style! Featuring free live entertainment, dancing, hot cocoa, crafts, hayrides, fireworks and the official lighting of the Canadian Tire Tree of Lights. Plus, a special visit from a very jolly fellow!
Date: Sunday, November 24 | 4pm - 6pm
Location: Downtown Prince George
Enjoy A Fun Alternative to Black Friday!
Skip the Black Friday madness, and shop and dine at all of the amazing local downtown stores and restaurants during the Plaid Friday celebrations. Shops will be staying open late, HubSpace will be brought to life with family crafts and entertainment while carolers will stroll the streets bringing festive cheers among the bustling shoppers.
Date: Friday, November 29
Location: Downtown Prince George
The fall chill is definitely in the air but luckily, there are plenty of events happening in October to keep you busy and warm. Here’s our monthly event wrap up we put together in partnership with Tourism Prince George to give you some ideas for how to enjoy October.
Find some treasures at the city’s biggest garage sale
Calling all treasure hunters and deal lovers: the Junk in the Trunk garage sale is back! People eager to clear out their homes before winter will be crowding into the CN Centre parking lot on Saturday, October 5th. Make sure to get there when the sale starts at 9:00 am as the bargains being offered by up to 125 vendors won’t last long.
Date: October 5, 2019
Location: CN Centre parking lot
TEDxUNBC 2019: Past the Future
A mix of entrepreneurs, scientists, educators, and a performing artist are on the roster for the next TEDxUNBC. The 10 speakers will discuss the 2019 theme of Past the Future. Make sure to grab a ticket before they sell out, as this event is always popular.
Date: October 5, 2019
Location: University of Northern British Columbia
Aaron Pritchett – “Out on the Town” tour
As he prepares to release his 8th studio album, Canadian country music star Aaron Pritchett is bringing his “Out on the Town” tour to Prince George. He just released his single “Better When I Do”, which has hit the top of the Canadian country radio charts. If you’re a fan, grab your ticket from Heartbreakers.
Date: October 5, 2019
Dracula: The Bloody Truth
Theatre NorthWest is offering a special presentation of Dracula: The Bloody Truth just in time for Halloween. This comedy is hysterical and thrilling but only suitable for ages 14 and older.
Date: October 24, 2019
Location: Theatre NorthWest
2019 Artisans of the North Fair
The Artisans of the North Fair offers one-of-a-kind, quality, handcrafted gifts created by over 90 of the region’s artisans that are sure to please everyone on your gift-giving list. Parking and admission to the Fair are free!
Date: October 26 and 27, 2019
Location: University of Northern BC
Spooktacular Halloween events
Looking for something fun to do for Halloween? Or maybe a few scares? There are plenty of Halloween celebrations happening at the end of October to get you in the Halloween spirit.
Halloween at the Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum: Bundle up and head to the Railway and Forestry Museum for Haunted Train Tours to The Final Stop. You have two chances to catch a haunted train tour and indulge in Bone-Dogs and Witches’ Brew: October 19th and 26th. Admission is free with a non-perishable food item donation to the St. Vincent de Paul’s food bank.
Halloween Spooktacular: A family favourite, Halloween Spooktacular returns to Huble Homestead on October 25th and 26th. This bone-chilling, hair-raising event offers a range of festive and spooky experiences for those who are faint of heart or very brave. Make sure to bring a flashlight, wear waterproof footwear, and dress warmly.
19+ Menagerie: Zombie Beach Party: The 9th incarnation of this annual fundraising event hosted by Two Rivers Gallery promises to be a spectacular evening of entertainment, food, fun, and games. There’s no need to dress up like a zombie but you do need to be 19+ to attend this October 26th event.
Creepy Crawly Halloween: Throw on your best costume and head to the Legion for A Creepy Crawly Halloween with Flying Machine, Children of the Wave, and The Brain Porter. Like many Halloween events, this one is happening on October 26th.
Pumpkin Walk: The Northern Lights Estate Winery is once again hosting a Pumpkin Walk. Head to the winery on October 27th to take a spooky walk down a path lined with carved pumpkins while haunting music plays in the background. Bring your carved pumpkin for a chance to win a prize and make sure to dress up.
For more events happening in October, make sure to follow the City of Prince George and Tourism Prince George event calendars. Watch for monthly event guides to be posted on the Move Up Prince George and Tourism Prince George blogs the first Wednesday of every month during 2019! Have an event you want us to share? Email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
The sun is a little sleepier, the air a bit crisper, and the leaves are full of colourful red and yellow hues. To help get in the spirit of cozy sweaters and pumpkin flavoured everything, we’ve rounded up some of the best seasonal to-do’s for you to enjoy this fall.
1. Get Comfy
Cozy up for a while by the big windows inside Café Voltaire and dig into your next read while sipping on one of the café’s delicious hot drinks or enjoying a fall-themed sweet treat. Need a suggestion? Word on the street is the seasonal pumpkin-spiced latte has returned for the rest of 2019.
2. Fall Festivities
On October 14, enjoy the fresh fall air at Huble Homestead during a good old pioneer Thanksgiving. Partake in the old-fashioned activity stations and see if you can create the scariest scarecrow or bob for apples. Wrap up the festivities by snuggling up by the warm bonfire with a hot mug of cider and roast some marshmallows.
3. Meander Through Cottonwood Park
Take the bikes out for a ride or explore the countless trails around Cottonwood Island Nature Park by foot while you try to find all the hidden treecarvings. During late September the forest comes alive in a beautiful sky of yellow and red, so don’t forget to take your camera with you for some candid photos along the riverbanks.
4. Go Camping
You’ll need to bundle up more, and pack heavier gear but shoulder season camping trips can be an absolute gem at this time of year. The crowds are mostly gone, the hiking trails are waiting for you and the lake’s reflection of autumn colours can be an absolute stunner while you cruise around the water during an afternoon paddle.
5. Harvest Time
Food is a plenty, and the local Farmer’s Markets are overflowing with the best produce you can buy. Head down together as a family to pick up your local meats, veggies and staples for your next dinner feast and enjoy sampling the local goodies and live music while you take in the bustling atmosphere.
Fall is a time to celebrate the changing of the leaves, the bountiful harvests and the new windy chill in the morning air.
Get into the autumn spirit with FallFest.
Introduce yourself to the unique, green and sustainable farming culture that surrounds Prince George and enjoy the bountiful harvest season. Learn about our northern climate and connect with growers, farmers and key presenters through workshops and educational seminars while taking in PG’s largest fall outdoor shopping market.
Date: Saturday, September 21st
Location: 3rd Avenue
Have some laughs with Red Green.
Get your tickets to be entertained by famous comedian Red Green this month. Red’s latest tour, and potentially his last, will feature some brand new handyman projects, advice to married guys and teens, and tips on getting old. With special contributions from Harold and other cast members, you won’t want to miss this show. It may not be his last but why take the chance?
Date: Thursday, September 26
Location: Vanier Hall
Get creative, and try glass blowing.
Play with fire and create your own piece of glass art at Canada’s only mobile glass studio. Glass House Xperience is rolling into Prince George for two-weeks to give folks the opportunity to try their skills at glass blowing. Everything from kid classes to two hour sessions or two day workshops, there’s something for everyone.
Date: September 6 – 15
Location: 14100 Nukko Lake Estates Rd
Picklefest. Yes, you read that right!
Ever loved a food so much that there was a whole mini-festival about it? Well, if you’re as big of a fan as the rest of the community, and can’t get enough of those crunchy jarred cucumbers – you’re in for a real treat! Three folks will be walking you through pickle basics - is there a thing as too much dill, and what are the tips to make the best homemade pickles? Plus, discover the best cooking techniques for the best ever pickle-focused dishes you will die for.
Date: Saturday, September 21
Location: Prince George Public Library, Bob Harkins Branch
Get your snowy activities sorted. Winter is coming.
The snow might not be flying yet but at CrossRoad’s next street festival, everyone will be thinking about those soon-to-be wintery months and all the fun snowy activities they can take part in. Connect with local clubs, small businesses, interactive activities and organizations that make the winter lifestyle in Prince George so great.
Date: Saturday, September 21
Locations: CrossRoads Brewing, 508 George Street
1. Where the trout at?
Catching trout starts long before you pick up the rod and reel. A bit of preparation and research can go along way in setting yourself up for success. If you want to catch rainbow trout you will want to start with a lake you know has them in it. Here are a few helpful resources for dialling in.
2. Go Deep or Go Home
Warm summer days can make fishing very enjoyable in August although challenging due to how the warmer water temperatures impact fish behaviour, however the good news is this problem is easily solved by targeting rainbows at depths of 15-25 feet. This is because Rainbow Trout need cool oxygenated water and can easily find this in the 15-25 foot range when summer time temperatures are highest. To reach this optimum depth I recommend full sink fly lines with a sink rating of 6ips or add 1-1.5oz of weight to your lure or bait. Also, a fish finder is a great tool to show you the specific depth fish are congregating at.
3. The Early Bird Gets the Worm
So why does this catchy often quoted phrase hold true? Well, most of it has to do with temperature. In the late summer water temperatures are higher than normal and this can make trout a bit lethargic. Water temperatures are coolest in the early morning and late evening and trout will be more active and prone to feeding during these times.
4. That Smells
Sunscreen, bug spray, oil, gas and other unnatural scents are not uncommon to have on our hands on fishing trips but these can turn away trout if touching your lure, bait, or fly. A good practice before handling your lure or bait is to grab some dirt and rub it all over your hands and then wipe them on some grass or leaves and then wash off the rest in the water.
5. What’s for Dinner?
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