Kyle was born and raised in Corner Brook, NL, the heart of Western Newfoundland and surrounded by the majestic rivers of the Humber, Harry’s and Serpentine.
Kyle’s love for the sport of salmon fishing blossomed at an early age and grew from his passion of the great outdoors. He began exploring the outdoors with his cousin and cast his first rod at the age of 9. He learned the way of the woods, waters and casting by spending time with his grandfather and his great uncles over the years, all experienced anglers in their own right.
The highlight of Kyle’s summer is his annual trips to Main River and River of Ponds for salmon fishing with his great uncle and grandfather.
Kyle’s favourite thing about fishing is the memories that go along with each trip on the river. For him, nothing beats watching the sunrise on the water and the feeling of rising an Atlantic salmon on a dry fly. Kyle is a strong supporter in preserving and maintaining the sport of Atlantic salmon fishing for future generations to come.
This will be Kyle’s second summer guiding on the beautiful Flowers River, and he looks forward to making many more memories fishing and guiding at the lodge.
Born and raised on the banks of the mighty St. Mary’s River, Nova Scotia, Chris has been immersed in the world of fly fishing and the outdoors since he was a child. Watching famed fly fisherman angle for large 3 MSW fish just a short walk from his front door was the driving force behind his fly fishing addiction. Being raised in the country, he learned the way of the woods at a young age, this provided him an excellent segue to becoming a fishing guide. His love of the outdoors got him started guiding for brook trout unprofessionally at the age of 14 on his local rivers and streams of Nova Scotia. He has now been guiding professionally for Brook Trout at Crooks, Minipi and Igloo Lakes since 2016.
Chris has been fly fishing since 2008, hooking his first salmon in his second year of angling on the St. Mary’s. Chris is also an esteemed fly tyer, and has been tying at outdoor shows and fishing conclaves across the Maritimes for the past 8 years. Though young, he is a very skilled, intelligent and passionate angler. His love for fly fishing has allowed him to fish for a wide variety of species across the maritime provinces and even competed in the 2012 National Fly Fishing Championships in Mont Tremblant, QC.
Chris is completing a Bachelor’s of Science in Environment and Natural Resources, majoring in Wildlife Conservation at the University of New Brunswick. It is no shock that his main interest is fisheries management; he spear-headed a brook trout management plan for a lake in Southern New Brunswick, while at UNB. He wishes to continue his education and become a fisheries manager in the future, but cannot pull himself away from the lure of the Labrador wild.
Now that he has fished Nova Scotia’s most famed rivers for salmon and guided for brook trout in Southern Labrador, he is ready to cut his teeth salmon guiding. Guiding has become a passion and way of life for this young man, and we are very pleased to have him.
Terry Byrne - Camp Manager/Guide
Born and raised in Buchan’s NL., Terry had an intense love of the outdoors and in particular fishing since he can remember. He credits his father with teaching him so many things about fishing and understanding fish behaviour.
Terry has fished for Atlantic salmon longer than he can remember and is widely known as one of the best that there is. His casting ability is unbelievable and I make sure to give him the rod a few times a day, just so that I can watch his work.
He cut his teeth at Big Falls on the upper Humber River and has been a guide since 1986. He guided for years on the lower Humber river for large Atlantic salmon, many of them in the 20-40 pound class.
Terry loves fishing and helping people fulfill their Atlantic salmon dreams.
He says that “The Flowers River is a bucket list destination, its beauty and incredibly powerful salmon will draw you back time and again.”
He is also an ardent supporter of proper catch and release techniques.
Affectionately known to us as “Brutha D”, it seems that in one way shape or form, Daryl has been with us forever.
Although Daryl is officially a resident of St. John’s, he hasn’t seen his home there from the beginning to the end of the salmon season, for as long as I’ve known him.
Starting on June 1, you will find him roaming his beloved rivers of Bay St. George. He will migrate up the Northern Peninsula and eventually to Labrador as the season progresses. He has an uncanny sense of knowing what a salmon will take and how to present it.
He is a world class fly tier in both hair wing and feather wing categories, a great teacher, a patient listener and just a great person with which to spend your time.