Our good friend Conner Grdosic just finished Brown Trout fishing in Niagara Region and then was off to catch some Bonefish down south. Conner was fishing 3-way rigs with roe bags and single eggs to catch his fish.
Most anglers think that migratory Great Lakes Brown Trout can only be caught in the fall when they run up tributaries to spawn, but many remain in the tributaries right through the winter.
After spawning they still display their bright colors until they migrate back into the Great lakes. If temperatures are above zero, take advantage of these beautiful fish and hit the lower end of tributaries to intercept them before they head back to the lakes.