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“After all that time staring it down, he still missed the fly! It happens to the best of us.” –Gilbert Rowley

Arctic Grayling, or Thymallus arcticus for the Latin purists out there, are a coldwater fish classified alongside trout, salmon, and whitefish in the family Salmonidae. These fish are famously known for their presence in Alaska and Canada, as well as some regions of Northern Europe and Asia (Not to be confused with their cousins, European Grayling (Thymallus thymallus)). There are also small pockets of Arctic Grayling populations in the lower 48, specifically in Montana, and a small pocket in Colorado. Take a look at the article below to learn more about fly fishing for Arctic Grayling.

Check out the articles below:

Fishing Breakdown: Arctic Grayling Fishing in Colorado

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Arctic Grayling


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