Tailwater nets go west

It always makes my day when I get pictures and feedback from happy customers. This net was bought as a gift for Alberta flyfisher Lacy Bertrand. She writes "We are pretty happy with the net! Functional and beautiful! Thank you! Last week we floated a remote 15 km section of the Castle River with lots of beautiful gin clear holding water. The day was tailor made for dry fly fishing: overcast sky and around 20C. This fish was holding...

As seen in Ottawa At Home magazine

Tailwater Outdoors is in the beautiful summer 2017 issue of Ottawa At Home magazine.
Check us out in the New and Notable section on page 32. A huge thanks to Editor in chief Mary Taggart for including us. 

Only three more sleeps

This Saturday marks the opening of the bass fishing season here in my neck of the woods. and here bass means smallmouth bass. Don't get me wrong, I like all the lesser members of the bass family too. I just happen to love smallies! They are not the biggest of the bass, but pound for pound they are the best fighters. Bring it on!

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A boatload of fishing

A boatload of fishing

When it's thirty below, going to Florida (or anywhere warm for that matter) seems like a great idea. This past February my wife and I decided to book a trip to Florida for the first two weeks of May. Partly to extract my mother in law (who is down there hiding from the Canadian cold) and partly to catch a huge Florida strain large mouth bass on a flyrod (not my wife's idea). Really, the main reason for booking was to have something to look forward to while shivering away the months of February, March and April in the workshop.