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A Guide's Story

By Sportfishing BC , Mar 22nd, 2016

Nick Yanchuk, longtime guide and lodge owner in the Ucluelet and Bamfield areas, tells us why he chose the Westcoast ...

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Seattle Times, King TV, and Science Direct Report Puget Sound Fish full of Drugs

By Ole's Hakai Pass Salmon Fishing Lodge, Mar 17th, 2016

A new study brings to light the incidence of

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She Loves to Fish!

By SFBC, Mar 14th, 2016

A fantastic summer day off Secretary Island catching Salmon. Beautiful sunshine and the perfect way to end the day!

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Coho in August

By Sportfishing BC, Mar 5th, 2016

This was a great day of fishing in the sunshine near Sooke in late August. Can't beat summer on the West Coast!

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Underestimating Turbines’ Death Toll

By Ben Goldfarb, Feb 3rd, 2016

"When you think about dams and fish, you most likely picture an adult salmon swimming upriver, her belly full of eggs ...

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Anglers Become Researchers

By Pacific Salmon Foundation, Dec 14th, 2015

Billy McMillan is a fishing guide with BonChovy Charters based in Vancouver. McMillan operates the Steveston rout ...

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A Fishy Plan - Hakai Magazine

By Brian Owens, Dec 11th, 2015

Canada has a long way to go in protecting its oceans. The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity wants 

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Just How Many Salmon Are Those Seals Eating?

By Pacific Salmon Foundation, Dec 4th, 2015

Seal experts anaesthesized seals to outfit them with custom beanies and backpacks to track their feeding behavior ...

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Searching For Winter Chinook With The AP Sandlance Spoon

By Andrew P, Nov 26th, 2015

In this article I will talk about Winter Chinook Salmon (known as Blackmouth to our friends to the south and also ref ...

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Seal Predation Project Reaches Milestone

By Pacific Salmon Foundation, Aug 20th, 2015

In the early 1980's when salmon survival was high, the seal population in the Strait of Georgia was approximately 10, ...

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