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Video Collaboration: Canada Chronicles Fraser River Sturgeon Fishing

Published on Friday, October 16th, 2015

The full-length version of “Canada Chronicles Fraser River Sturgeon Fishing” featuring Swedish YouTubers Kanalgratis is now live! This has been a collaborative effort between the two YouTube channels, as well as Great River Fishing Adventures.

Both Johan, the owner of Kanalgratis, and I believe that online video content like this, made available to anyone, anywhere at anytime, is the media of the future and we work extremely hard to bring quality content to the audience. Because online video broadcasting allows the audience to participate by leaving comments, this type of interaction can only help us to create more and better videos in the future.

Trailer: Canada Chronicles Fraser River Sturgeon

Published on Wednesday, October 7th, 2015

Back in September, we did a video collaboration with Kanalgratis from Sweden, which is currently the largest YouTube fishing channel in Europe. Channel owner Johan Ruhe has been talking about catching a big sturgeon for a very long time now and he finally got the wish on his birthday, with the help from Great River Fishing Adventures. Here is the trailer of the collaborated video “Canada Chronicles, Fraser River Sturgeon”, which will be aired on October 14th.

Second Q&A Video

Published on Sunday, September 20th, 2015

Here is our second Q&A video. If you have a question which you’d like to be featured in the next one, please feel free to add a comment in that video, or ask on our Facebook page, or on the “Ask an Expert” page.

First Q&A Video

Published on Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

Late Season Fresh Chum Salmon

Published on Monday, December 1st, 2014

The fall salmon fishing season for the Lower Fraser River tributaries usually begins in early September and peaks around mid October. By late October, it begins to taper off as less and less fish move into the systems. As fishing tapers off, angling pressure also decreases. November is in fact a very pleasant time to be fishing on a large popular river system like the Chilliwack/Vedder River. The lower river often sees small schools of chum salmon arriving with the tide. Unlike what most believe, these chum salmon can be rather chrome. Check out the above video which I shot in late November.

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