EDIT: this post has been edited to ensure that everyone knows that jambaloney posted this - not kymber.
stephen pointed out in a comment on kymber's vandura post that he bet we have good fishing in our river...he's right - we do:
that is a beautiful wild brook trout, the river is full of em! i usually catch them on a tiny spinner with 4 lb test but sometimes i use a super-duper or a flatfish. i also fly fish.
most of the trout are in the river year-round, but occasionally i get a sea-run, you can see the different coloring in the top fish below:
the trout are small-ish, anywhere from 6"-14", but sooooo very tasty and super healthy. the water is cold year-round and the framboise river is an estuary fed by 6 different streams. i fish from my canoe which is a great boat to get in and out of tight spots and pass through reeds etc. not to mention super-quiet! I can catch us breakfast or dinner almost any time i go out:
there are also white perch to be had - really nice firm white flesh:
atlantic salmon used to be plentiful, but apparently the run died out one year when the river mouth was closed off due to shifting tides and the seals ate all the salmon that were waiting to make it upstream to spawn. still, i have caught about 8 parr (baby salmon) so far, always throw them back - there is hope for the future (so long as the loons don't get 'em all first ;-)
i love knowing that we can get delicious high quality animal protein for free in our own back yard... and oh yeah - i LOVE fishing!!!