Grayling fish

The grayling (Thymallus thymallus) is a species of freshwater fish in the salmon family Salmonidae. Arctic and Pacific drainages in Canada, Alaska, and Siberia, as well as the upper Missouri River drainage in Montana. Arizona, an introduced population is found in . Richard Cove, Grayling Society and Grayling Research Trust.

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The Grayling Thymallus thymallus belongs in a cold-water fish family of species distributed across parts of the Northern hemisphere (notably absent from Ireland). Species for fishing in Finland. The most common game fish species include the white-fleshed predators pike, perch and zander.

Finland offers great sites for anglers in pursuit of grayling , trout, salmon and various cyprinids. For best , watch this video in HD. In this eight-minute video, April Behr, a fisheries biologist for the Alaska.

Grayling , (Thymallus), any of several troutlike game fishes, family Salmonidae, found in col clear streams of Eurasia and northern North America. They have rather large scales, large eyes, a small mouth with feeble teeth, and .

Grayling are probably my favourite freshwater game fish – dare I say it even more so than a big wild Brown Trout although I would never pass up the chance of one of those either. They seem ready to rise for any fly and chase most any lure. The finest Canada arctic grayling fishing is found at Kasba Lodge. Catch over or more fish a day over 3lb. A grayling hooked in, say, November is usually a stronger opponent than one caught in July.

However, do not be mislead into thinking grayling are only worth fishing for after the trout season. A summer grayling is still an excellent hard fighting and . Grayling will not live in acidic waters or those that have even the slightest hint of pollution and are often the first fish to disappear when water quality is degraded. Yorkshire Dales Fly Fishing – grayling fishing holidays and breaks, tuition, guiding and instruction.

Grayling fishing rivers in North Yorkshire, Englan including the River Ure, River Nidd and River Wharfe. Information about grayling fishing in Alaska, from southcentral Alaska to the Arctic. Grayling biology and distribution, grayling angling techniques, tackle needed for grayling fishing and places to go. Also includes ice fishing tips for grayling. Native to the Palearctic ecozone, the grayling is widespread throughout northern Europe, from the United Kingdom and France to the Ural Mountains in Russia . Izaak Walton, “The Compleat Angler”.

It is the type species of its genus. CAMERON PASS — For those of us who never get to Alaska or northwest Canada to fish , .

This is an especially appropriate sentiment regarding the sad-but-true story of the grayling.