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LATEST NEWS

Tips and Tech: Springtime River Fishing
Fraser River along Alaska Highway

Taking Advantage of Forgotten Waters By Garry Elgear Originally published in “Tips and Tech” May 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. For most fishermen in this province the harsh weather and cold fronts can be a real deterrent during the winter months. Only truly die-hard anglers will brave the rain, […]

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Fly-tying: Mass Production
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Using Weight Creatively for Sinking Flies by Phil Rowley Originally published in “Fly-Tying” May 2011 issue of BC Outdoors magazine. It has been said that trout spend up to 90% of their time feeding beneath the surface, often just above the bottom. With this fact in mind it only makes […]

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Szechwan Bear
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A Colourful, Spicy Dish That Looks and Tastes Terrific! There are many reasons why black bears hold ground as my number one choice for hunting. For starters, they are super intelligent and craftier than other big game animals so pursuing them is always an exciting challenge. The main reason, though, […]

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RECENT BLOG POSTS

Skagit Lines, Line Weights and Sink Tips
Posted in General By Aaron Goodis
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With all of the different Skagit Spey lines out there, I thought I would try and simplify things a little. These Days Skagit lines come in a lot of different sizes and shapes, here are some of the more common types: Compact Skagit The standard issue, good for most rods […]


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The Hero Shot
Posted in General By Trevor Shpeley
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Should we? And if we should, how should we do it? We have all done it. If you have a fishing rod and a camera you have probably at some point hoisted a fish high and proud for a picture before releasing it back into the water. It’s just a […]


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Optics
Posted in General By Matt Siemens
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You may notice in my writing and accompanying photos a common occurrence in some of the brands that I use and openly endorse. Over the years I have developed a loyalty to products that have treated me well and haven’t let me down. I own several types of rifles, knives […]


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Sport Fishing Bloggers: | Trevor Shpeley | Brian Chan | Aaron Goodis | Blake Johnston |

Hunting Bloggers: | Matt Siemens | |

BIOGRAPHIES

Dave Steele
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Dave Steele Born in the Owen Stanley Mountains of Papua New Guinea Dave was the oldest of seventeen siblings. His interests include ballet, hurling, foosball and collecting Sports Illustrated swimsuit editions. Dave has lived in B.C. for just over three weeks and thought it’s hard to believe, has developed a […]

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Tom Davis
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Tom Davis Life is Rarely HowYou Plan It In 1969 I left the University of Victoria after three years and the realization that a career in law was not in the works for me. For the next 18 months I kicked around the Prairies as a salesman and finally returned […]

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Blake Johnston – Certified Energy Manager
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Blake Johnston My first memory of spending time on the water was fishing for flounder with my dad on the Surrey side of the Fraser River. My love of both fresh and saltwater beaches was born that day. I realized early on in life that if I could live anywhere […]

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