Fishing On The Red Deer River With Wayne Roberts 
February 22, 2004.  Breakfast of Champions.  The contents of the whitefish stomachs reveal some little bugs and squirmy wormy things, but no baby whitefish.
February 22, 2004. Breakfast of Champions. The contents of the whitefish stomachs reveal some little bugs and squirmy wormy things, but no baby whitefish.

February 29, 2004 - Last day for fishing before the regulated spring closure of fishing on the Red Deer River.  Lots of melting since last weekend.
February 29, 2004 - Last day for fishing before the regulated spring closure of fishing on the Red Deer River. Lots of melting since last weekend.

Snag in the spruce forest along the banks of the Red Deer River.  Deer tracks mark the snow.
Snag in the spruce forest along the banks of the Red Deer River. Deer tracks mark the snow.

Hoodoos eroded by time tower over the bank of the Red Deer River
Hoodoos eroded by time tower over the bank of the Red Deer River

The view downstream on the Red Deer River.  The longhorn cows have been walking along the bank of ice.
The view downstream on the Red Deer River. The longhorn cows have been walking along the bank of ice.

Wayne Roberts plays a pike on his fly rod at the Red Deer River
Wayne Roberts plays a pike on his fly rod at the Red Deer River

Landing the last fish, a Walleye
Landing the last fish, a Walleye

The Last Fish, a Walleye, before the Red Deer River Closes for Spring Spawning.  The Walleye was released back into the river.
The Last Fish, a Walleye, before the Red Deer River Closes for Spring Spawning. The Walleye was released back into the river.

Fog Blankets a Farmers Field Near Innisfail on the Road Home
Fog Blankets a Farmers Field Near Innisfail on the Road Home

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