Strain of rainbow trout that originated in British Columbia but has been widely transplanted.
A long-shank fly-hook style in which the forward end of the shank is bent at an angle, ending up in a position forward of and in line with the hook point.
A fish that is to be kept and not released; usually refers to a large one. 2. A device on rods that holds lures in place.
Atlantic salmon or anadromous trout weak in post-spawning condition.
A regional name for a spotted bass.
A device attached between the electrical motor switch and person running the boat that automatically stops or “kills” the engine.
Used for bait, although this use is not always legal; several dozen species abound, mostly freshwater; some Atlantic or Pacific coast saltwater species.
Common name among U.S. anglers for king mackerel.
A hook style in which the point is bent to the side.
A style of hook. Do not use unless this specific hook is mentioned. Does not have any relationship to kirbed bends in a hook.
A landlocked sockeye salmon.
The upward projection on the lower jaw of a male member of the trout or salmon family that occurs during the spawning season.