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Fishing for Chinook Salmon - British Columbia
Click Here To Subscribe to the Catch Magazine YouTube Channel ►http://goo.gl/9Z5dTu - Chinook Salmon - British Columbia Spring/Summer Tour took me up to the far reaches of British Columbia's Skeena River and the many tributaries of that amazing Canadian watershed. For Catch Magazine's 48th edition, T-Motion theater presents a video about the wild and adventurous chase, fly fishing for spring/summer Chinook salmon on the swing, via helicopters piloted by Dave Hiltenkamp of Summit Helicopters LTD out of Terrace British Columbia and jet sleds from the Skeena Spey Riverside Wilderness & Lodge also from Terrace British Columbia. The anglers on camera include none other than the talented Adrienne Comeau, who guides for Skeena Spey Riverside Wilderness & Lodge and Steve McPhail, owner of Nass River Steelhead Company out of Terrace British Columbia. This tech-infused video includes some great insight on fly fishing for the big Chinook Salmon, who live in the world-renown waters of British Columbia. Thanks to the British Columbia Fishing Resort and Outfitter Association, Eddie Bauer, Ross Reels, Skeena Spey Riverside Wilderness & Lodge, Nass River Steelhead Company and Summit Helicopters LTD. Get out your notes and start planning your next adventure while you watch this action packed, information loaded video! Fishing British Columbia - http://www.Fishingbc.com Summit Helicopters LTD - http://www.summithelicopters.ca Skeena Spey - http://skeenaflyfishing.com Eddie Bauer - https://www.instagram.com/eddiebauer Ross Reels - https://www.RossReels.com Orvis - http://www.orvis.com/fly-fishing Echo Fly Rods - http://www.echoflyfishing.com Scientific Anglers - http://www.scientificanglers.com Korkers - http://www.korkers.com *Camera Information* - Aerial solutions by Quadrocopter. http://www.Quadrocopter.com - Copters powered by Venom - http://www.venompower.com - High quality aerial filter and adapters solutions here - Snake River Prototyping - http://www.SnakeRiverPrototyping.com - DJI Phantom 3 Pro - Sony RX-100 - Panasonic Ag-160a
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Fishing for Chinook Salmon - British Columbia

BC Steelhead Fly Fishing | Skeena River British Columbia
Host Tom Rosenbauer travels to beautiful British Columbia near Terrace to try his hand on the Skeena River for steelhead. Gil McKean is the expert guide who shows Tom how to use two-handed rods to catch fish. www.westcoastfishing.ca www.thenewflyfisher.com
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BC Steelhead Fly Fishing | Skeena River British Columbia

Shore Fishing for Salmon on the Fraser River, BC
Today we're on the shoreline of the Fraser River in British Columbia. I've never fished for salmon on the Fraser River before, and I'm glad you can join me today. The Chinook salmon run is pretty much over, but there are still a few opportunities left to get into coho and chum salmon. For using artificial baits while fishing for salmon, I prefer to run a spoon, such as the python darter; crankbaits, like the misty minnow or the American smelt; or spinners. Today I'm lucky enough to run a prototype spinner from Thundermist Lures. With this spinner, I'll be giving it a nice slow retrieve from the shoreline. The flash and fluttering of the blade should work in enticing a salmon hit. I'd also like to point out that it's not early in the morning, but rather mid-afternoon. The time of day doesn't matter as much for two reasons. It's tidal water (incoming tide) along with scattered light rain showers and overcast skies. We're also running with barbless hooks today. Follow our ongoing fishing adventures Instagram: http://instagram.com/thundermistlures Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thundermistlures Twitter: http://twitter.com/thundermist Web: http://thundermistlures.com As always until next time, good luck and good fishin'!
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Shore Fishing for Salmon on the Fraser River, BC

Fishing BC Presents: In Search of Big Bulls with April Vokey and Northern Outback Adventures
In B.C’s mountains, not all streams can be reached by road. There are countless creeks, fed by glacial melt water, that drain from high places to mighty rivers in valley bottoms below. Of course, many of these “secret” waterways have fish in them — often big fish. For April Vokey and friend Katy Watson from Northern Outback Adventures, the chance to explore one of these backcountry treasures by helicopter proved an opportunity of a lifetime. How often do avid anglers get a vague tip from a biologist about “monster fish on a pristine stream?” How many times do fishermen have the chance to explore new water deep in the pristine backcountry of B.C.? Like all true adventures, the trip wasn’t easy; there were puzzles to solve and challenges to overcome. In the end, however, in the day’s dying minutes, they found what they came to find — big bull trout in an ancient waterway that had likely not been seen by humans for generations. “I would have liked more time at this spot just to see the full potential,” said April. “The last 20 minutes really showed me that all the things I hoped this fishery might be — it really was.” For more information visit www.northernoutbackadventures.ca For more BC fishing trip ideas visit www.fishingbc.com
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Fishing BC Presents: In Search of Big Bulls with April Vokey and Northern Outback Adventures

Halibut Fishing at Coyote Bank, in British Columbia Canada
Coyote Bank halibut fishing on the Canadian side of the border. This 131 centimeter halibut was just 2 centimeters shy of the British Columbia maximum size restriction. Halibut fishing gets good starting in March and continues through summer months. This nice halibut bit a Brite Bite leader tipped with a mackerel bait. www.britebite.net
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Halibut Fishing at Coyote Bank, in British Columbia Canada

Rainbows in Large Rivers | British Columbia
Many fly fishers find large rivers intimidating and challenging to fish. Join host Phil Rowley as he teaches you how to break large rivers such as the Columbia near Castlegar, B.C. down into manageable chunks. This detailed episode discusses specific tactics and equipment needed to master large rivers. www.thenewflyfisher.com
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Rainbows in Large Rivers | British Columbia

Spatsizi by Todd Moen - British Columbia Fly Fishing
Click Here To Subscribe ►http://goo.gl/9Z5dTu - At roughly 2 million acres, the Spatsizi Wilderness in northern British Columbia, is the home waters for the Collingwood Family of Spatsizi Wilderness Lodge. This film documents Ray Collingwood's vision, beginning in the late 60's, to operate a world-class rainbow trout fly-fishing lodge with his family. With stunning aerial footage of the Eaglenest Range and Firesteel River Valley, including birds-eye views from Ray Collingwood's multiple float planes, Todd Moen highlights the essence of family in this fly-fishing heaven. This rare and epic day with father-daughter duo, Ray Collingwood and Carrie Collingwood, in a world-class rainbow trout fishery will capture the heart of every angler. There is no doubt about it, the Collingwood Family has it figured out right. Website - http://www.spatsizi.com Thanks for all the support from all my YouTube subscribers! All new viewers please subscribe to be updated with new work! Camera and Edit by Todd Moen. Special thanks to friends Carrie Collingwood, Ray Collingwood and Billy Labonte. www.Spatsizi.com Thanks to Patagonia for being a huge supporter of my work for over 3 years. http://www.Patagonia.com *Camera Information* - Aerial solutions by Quadrocopter. http://www.Quadrocopter.com - High quality aerial filter and adapters solutions here - Snake River Prototyping - http://www.SnakeRiverPrototyping.com - GoPro 3 Black Edition - http://www.GoPro.com - Sony RX-100 - Panasonic Ag-160a Spatsizi is included on the Season 6 DVD available at the Catch Magazine store here.. http://www.CatchMagStore.com
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Spatsizi by Todd Moen - British Columbia Fly Fishing

Great River Fishing: Fraser River Canyon Sturgeon Fishing Experience
http://greatriverfishing.com - Fishing for sturgeon in the Fraser River Canyon in British Columbia
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Great River Fishing: Fraser River Canyon Sturgeon Fishing Experience

British Columbia Fishing Highway 24
First trip to fishing highway 24 in Cariboo district. Over all it is a good trip. The average fish size is larger than popular lakes like Roche, tunkwa. Less fishing pressure as well. However, each lake has different characters, in one lake, fish are feeding on chrionomid and another lake, the insects are totally different. I spent half a day in each lake to figure out.
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British Columbia Fishing Highway 24

Salmon and Halibut Fishing in British Columbia
This is a first class fishing trip, and it comes with a ton of value. We call this fishing trip our 5 star adventure for a 3 star price. You will also come home with a lot of fresh fish! In the morning you’ll be hooking up on Kings with fly rods…it’s crazy fun, then, in the afternoon you’ll drop some crab pots and then head out to catch some Halibut.
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Salmon and Halibut Fishing in British Columbia

British Columbia Creek Rainbows HD
Tim and Andy of WesternSportfishing.ca fish a small creek for rainbow trout using 2-weight fly rods and fluffy dry flies.
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British Columbia Creek Rainbows HD

British Columbia's Hick's Lake Trout Fishing
There’s and endless amount of trout fishing opportunities available in Southern British Columbia, but it might be a stretch to find a lake more productive than Hicks Lake in Sasquatch Provincial Park. Roughly two hours from Vancouver, the lake is stocked with 1,500 catchable size rainbows by the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC and it’s fishing well. It's a beautiful mountain lake that's easy to reach and ideal for a family fishing trip or a day trip with buddies. We fished exclusively with Pautzke Balls O Fire salmon eggs and caught and endless amount of trout as you'll see in this edition of Pautzke Outdoors. Subscribe to join Team Pautzke! To Learn More About Pautzke Bait: http://www.pautzke.com Become a fan on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pautzkebait
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British Columbia's Hick's Lake Trout Fishing

Sturgeon Fishing in Hope British Columbia
This is a video of a Sturgeon caught on the Fraser River in Hope British Columbia.
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Sturgeon Fishing in Hope British Columbia

Skeena River Steelhead Documentary "Casting a voice" British Columbia salmon fishing
https://www.instagram.com/vedderriveradventures/ This documentary brings to light the environmental and economical dangers of building the Enbridge pipeline in British Columbia's pristine wilderness. I take no credit for this video. Subscribe for more salmon / steelhead fishing videos.
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Skeena River Steelhead Documentary

Victoria, BC Winter Blackmouth Salmon Fishing & Columbia River Crabbing
Fish out of Victoria, BC on Vancouver Island for winter Chinook salmon. Learn effective techniques using spoons & Fish Field Hoochies.
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Victoria, BC Winter Blackmouth Salmon Fishing & Columbia River Crabbing

Remote Fly Fishing Trips in Whistler British Columbia Canada
Remote Fly Fishing Trips in Whistler British Columbia Canada. The Alpine lakes surrounding Whistler and Pemberton, British Columbia Canada are absolutely full of Rainbow Trout that seldom see hooks. This makes them eager to bit your hooks, no matter how poorly they are presented. These remote alpine lake are only ice free a maximum of 6 months of the year. As you can see in both the pictures and video, snow rarely leaves the mountain tops. The mountains surrounding our Alpine lakes reach as high as 8500 ft in elevation and most of the Alpine lakes that we fish sit at 5500 ft or less. The air has a hint of alpine flowers and lush forests. It is so peaceful and quiet that you can actually hear yourself think. In every direction there are stunning views and the fishing is fabulous. There is something said about cooking your catch over an open fire and tasting the freshness. There is no need for salt, pepper, spices or rubs, the hint of smoke completes the delicate flavor of the trout. A cooler full of cold beverages and salads definitely adds to lunch. Although the fish appear burnt in the picture, the skin and bones both peel away leaving only delicious, perfectly cooked meat behind. In the remote alpine lakes that we fish the Rainbow trout range in size from 12" - 25" and can weigh as much as 5 LBS. Trout are abundant making these remote lakes a great place for first timers to learn how to fly fish. Come out and experience some of the best fly fishing in the World. The Helicopter flight in to the Remote fly fishing lakes in Whistler British Columbia Canada is simply stunning. In every direction there are snow covered peaks and lush green forests below. We typically fly over numerous creeks, lakes and view glaciers. On occasion we view wildlife from the helicopter that include; Mountain Goat, Black Bear and Mule deer. Once on land we view numerous song birds, Osprey and Bald Eagles. The pilots we use are simply the best in or area and combined have thousands of hours experience flying helicopters in Mountainous areas. Expect to have a memorable helicopter flight that will leave your camera short of storage and battery power. Give our booking agent "Melissa" a call toll free (877)905-8121 or email info@pembertonfishfinder.com she can answer any questions related to Heli fishing in Whistler, British Columbia Canada. Rates vary depending on flight time and group size. We look forward to creating a memorable Helicopter fishing trip for you, Pemberton Fish Finder. https://pembertonfishfinder.com/ Below is a short heli fishing video and a few pictures from our latest helicopter fishing trip. Enjoy!
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Remote Fly Fishing Trips in Whistler British Columbia Canada

King (Chinook) Salmon Fishing In British Columbia
King salmon fishing with Serengeti Fishing Charters (www.serengetifishingcharters.com) on Vancouver Island in BC
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King (Chinook) Salmon Fishing In British Columbia

Autumn Steelhead Fishing in Stunning British Columbia
Spectacular scenes from the Bell Irving River in pursuit of wild Steelhead in the remote wilderness of British Columbia with Roxton Field Sports. The video begins with a rip roaring jet boat ride up the Bell Irving River, showing the breathtakingly beautiful scenery that typifies British Columbia. We then slow for a cast or two on some truly spectacular fly water before getting into the thick of the action with a few tussles with some superb Steelhead. These fish are truly wonderful and a trip to pursue these magnificent creatures should be on every fly fisher’s must do list at least once. I hope you enjoy this video. Gustav Sting by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100529 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Heading West by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Bustin Loose (with lead) by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Autumn Steelhead Fishing in Stunning British Columbia

Fly fishing for Coho Salmon on the Pitt River, British Columbia, Canada.
Fly fishing for Coho Salmon on the world famous Pitt River in British Columbia, Canada.
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Fly fishing for Coho Salmon on the Pitt River, British Columbia, Canada.

King Salmon Catch Masset, British Columbia July 2017
Susan's Tyee King Salmon July 23, 2017 Masset, British Columbia
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King Salmon Catch Masset, British Columbia July 2017

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