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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta With the British Id i nsoners in fffe itfifl jpjjfe 1 The Main Street in Jericho after its occupation bfr Britity 2 Prisoners on New Bagdad 3 A feneral view of wooded hill is the ancient stronghold of 4 Egyptian labor corps boat men unloading stores from surf boats at the wharf at The native market in the main street of 6 A Turkish observation post at 7 The entrance to the timb of Isaac and 8 Nimairao Vanootiver 0LA LL s atNaoalmo 10 Tod Vancouver Fishing On Vancouver Island i ALTHOUGH I had always looked upon British Columbia as one1 of the very best trout flaalng evuntrles In tht It was not I came to Vancouver Island to that I fully realleed how super Utively good U which would be in the beet district ot East ern may be had at any time In doeens of and lakes on this and without It being Incumbent on the fisherman to travel more than a dozen miles from the by the now a branch of the Canadian Pa although still retaining Nanatroo At anyone of a dozen points on this the eportaman who is not ambitious to overcome eorae ot the really big fel can find excellent hotel accom modation wKhln walking distance of for the reasonably skilful ftaherman may be relied upon to yield daily baskets of from three to six dozen specklod run ning all the way from of a pound to two pounds In and withal full fight and as game flsh as ran be found anywhere in tho There arc many ranging Inns where the best of accommodation can be and the ardent fisherman mistake if he start out from Vic toria by train and drop off at any Matton at which he spies an Should he desire a somewhat more elaborate outing with an even greater diversity ot let him take an automobile and strike out The simplest of camp equipment will suffice for such a trip during the summer and no difficulty will be experienced in obtaining frequent and ample supplies of Thus equipped our sportsman may easily penetrate to lakes and streams which are veritably an anglers He find that on If not most of the flailing with a fly will be practically barren of re Here he will need to bring a small spoon or aa artificial minnow into and he will be rewarded with fish running aa high In weight as three or four it he be fish Ing for the sport with light will tax his skill and resource to the utmost ere be Is able to slip the net under From this it Is hut a step to the last and crowning stage of trout on tbe This conslHts in the following up of aome few of the mountain rivers would really be a better word to which i empty on the west coast of the Island which are comparatively dilfl fult of but In which cavort the patriarchs of the trout lordly fish which have been known to run as high as 14 pounds in weight and which are none the leas as full of ttwlr breth may UiU BweMMt of all earthlr that of a really bli Aik after a battle royal of perkaim a ot hours In ttw Icr waters of a rapid and dMBcult This experience is for the uuleM one can cait lone light as thistledown and1 with unerring never a rise will one secure from the blf us cuppow that our sportsman makes Victoria hli itartlnr leaving tho capital he will coon come to some famous grille water where Urge are caught alipoat every day In tbe proper Tie view of this known the Saanich whfch In here was taken from the wweral hundred feet above the water It Is really a landlocked arm 6 the and eplendid sport for hundreds of ftanermen from Just a little further along one reaches another fine Btrejcji of sal mon and grllsa water known aa Tod and here alao excellent sport to be had for the leaving the inlet imbind and travelHnK some bait a miles further up the one comes to the ShawniKan Lake from whence it IB nut Bhort ride to the lake Harn while In comfort at either one of the i wo esrellent hotels to be be found on tbe lake the very best of sport with lake trout whtoh Bometlmes run aa large live and even alz may and that too In the mldat oft scenery watch will appeal to anyone with even the moat rudimentary love of tbe beauties of Eight miles further up the line 3owichan is and here wilt found one of the moet tamoue trout stream on the This may be moat conveniently From the town of where the lotel accommodation is of the bestj From thla centre also a run ot an houra duration will take tbe to Ccwlchan where he Is cerl tain to find ample opportunity of testing his skill to the uttermost Excellent flahing may also be had In numberless small streams in tbM still making Duncan ones The next Jump will be one of rather greater magnlj to in just oven thirty though tbe angler whp has chpeen to make the trip by will find plenty of small streams occurring in the Intervening section which will wall repay his Having arrived at the Ndnalmo Lakes will first claim no They are not exactly ofj lying as they do some eight miles from the but tbere Is iraod road leading to though not as yet in a flt state for As will be seen from the accompany ing view of a mornings catch on this there la no lack of and of goodly the Nanaiwo Lakes a tramp through he woods of an hours duration will bring one to Echo a sheet of tf i roagnlflcent which will RID ply reward tbe angler for his painsMii aiiiying Returning to Nanaiaio the ivhlfh rims rlght through the holds many a fine steelhead having frequently been caught here running up ta 8 and 9 pounds In weight surrounding tbe coal cMy alay vides splendid sport In tN trailing for ualnion for tStOM like this branch of the he who will lliuUe bit of sea will tat ;