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  1. The last time I visited Calgary in October, several years ago on a fly fishing mission, we had one cold clear day (we fly fished the Bow and did well using nymphs) and then we headed down to the Crowsnest and some of my favourite fly fishing water anywhere. That night we got dumped on with about 8 inches of snow. Of course we fished anyway. It was really strange. As long as we were in the water, it was no problem but as soon as we waded to shore and tried to walk through the snow, it all stuck to our wet boots and we turned into Sasquaches. I recall that the trout (and some whitefish as well) were rising to the tiniest midges. The whole experience was very memorable.

    Here, fall takes longer to happen for sure. Right now, some trees have already lost all their leaves but some have still to turn colour.

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