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I've been fishing in the oceans since I was 14 years old. I thoroughly love fishing and catching record sized Salmon and Cod. Some 45 years later I'm teaching others to fish and enjoy the nature of the oceans. I started catching Salmon and Ling Cod in record sizes in the Port Alberni canal and Bamfield area at 14 years old. My parents owned a 14 foot aluminum boat so I'd head out every chance to enjoy all I could catch. 45 lb Springs were common in those areas.

First time fishing? What you need to know – BC sport fishing guide

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Pacific halibut quota increased for 2019 season | IntraFish

Hits: 217Source: Pacific halibut quota increased for 2019 season | IntraFish The International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) reported another year of declining stocks in most areas of the coast however…..

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New 2019/2020 regulations for all British Columbia tidal waters

Hits: 1893New 2019 / 2020 fishing regulations are in force for the BC coast tidal waters. These changes were bound to happen, in my opinion. Our salmon species and ground fish Cod species can now grow and reproduce in troubled … Continue reading

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VANCOUVER ISLAND FISHING CHARTERS | Salmon fishing hot spot!

Hits: 210Source: VANCOUVER ISLAND FISHING CHARTERS | Marine holiday hot spot, enjoy catching Wild Salmon, Ling Cod, Red Snapper, Crabs, or Prawns Captain Brent charter’s his 32 foot Trojan sport fishing boat. She is named “Mariah” and based at Stone’s … Continue reading

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Recreational rockfish harvesters fined total of $15,000 for overfishing near Egmont on BC’s Sunshine Coast  – Canada.ca

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