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Gigantic Sturgeon!

Published on Monday, July 28th, 2014

Last week, our good friend Lang Nguyen from Lang’s Fishing Adventures was able to land a gigantic Fraser River white sturgeon after the 3.5 hour battle! Check out this video to see how big it is. Lang’s a full time licenced fishing guide in Southern British Columbia. If you’d like more information on his services, please check out his website.

Electric Boat Loader

Published on Friday, June 20th, 2014

Last week we published the video “Awesome Trout Fishing” and featured a new gadget on the vehicle, so as expected many have been asking about it. It is an electric boat loader made by 4 Boys Manufacturing Inc. in Kelowna. For anyone who has a car topper, this is a must have because it makes loading and unloading so much easier and less time consuming. If you’d like more information, please check out

The Blue Planet

Published on Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Back in September, we toured Den Blå Planet (The Blue Planet) in Copenhagen, Denmark. Opened in early 2013, this aquarium in Denmark is currently Northern Europe’s largest. Check out this short video tour which I filmed during the visit.

GoFishBC Releases 95 Millionth Fish!

Published on Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

GoFishBC Releases 95th Millionth Fish!

This year marks the tenth anniversary since the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC was formed by the Government of British Columbia. More commonly known as GoFishBC by recreational fishermen, Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC is responsible for all lake stockings in British Columbia, as well as river steelhead and coastal cutthroat trout productions, and additional conservation work such as the white sturgeon recovery program.

To celebrate this milestone, we were invited to attend the release of the 95 millionth fish at Lafarge Lake in Coquitlam. In the past ten years, a total of 90 million+ fish have been released into hundreds of lakes across this province for anglers to enjoy. In return, revenue generated from anglers’ freshwater licences is used to fund the production and stocking of these fish.

The Honourable Steve Thomson, Minister of Forest, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, was present to assist with the release with students from Maple Creek Middle School. Also present were City of Coquitlam, BC Federation of Drift Fishers, Sportfishing Institute of BC, Family Fishing Society of BC, BC Wildlife Federation and other key partners of the society.

Below is a video of speeches from GoFishBC’s president Don Peterson and Minister Thomson, ended with some footage of the rainbow trout release.

It Is Harder Than It Looks!

Published on Saturday, August 10th, 2013

When we work on a video feature, it usually takes hours of filming and editing to get it all together so it is presentable. More often than not, we run into challenges. The weather may turn sour, the fish sometimes just don’t want to bite, and when they do, they occasionally fail to stay on the hook, and if they stay on the hook, the camera might fail to capture what’s needed.

Last Friday, we ventured out with Gibbs Delta Tackle and Bon Chovy Fishing Charters, hoping to take advantage of either the Fraser River mouth chinook salmon fishery or the Howe Sound pink salmon fishery. A couple of chinook salmon cooperated, but the anglers failed to perform. Howe Sound’s pink salmon were absent unlike last week. Despite of the lack of results, it was a fantastic day. The weather was gorgeous, the scenery was breathtaking, and the company was awesome.

Here is a short compilation of video footage from the trip for you to enjoy. We shall attempt this again soon.

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