The Lake Ontario Tributaries are renowned for welcoming beasts from the Great Lake in the form of steelhead, salmon, and freakishly monstrous brown trout. In the video above, anglers take on chinook salmon.
From the filmmaker:
“Fly fishing for chinooks ain’t an easy task; these fishes won’t take your fly easily and they are so violent, they were always breaking our leaders, bending our hooks and going down and up the river so fast that we didn’t even have the time to exactly understand what the hell what actually hapenning at the end of our lines. The majority of the salmons you see in the video were the weakest ones, the ones that haven’t destroyed our gear.
So here you go, a not-so-serious video about fly fishing for chinook salmon in Lake Ontario Tributaries !!