Due to their short life span, the pink salmon is the smallest member of the five pacific salmon species. Each year, between July and September, one can find millions of "humpbacks" migrating into all the major rivers. Despite it does not grow too large, pink salmon is a great aggressive fish. Its willingness to take lures and flies makes it one of the favourite species for anglers in the Pacific Northwest.
Watch Ondrej, Jakub and Tyros having great time while fly fishing in Squamish river
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