Category Archives: Fishing For Change

Wannock River Chinook – The Kings’ Stronghold

Days Gone By There are not many salmon systems left capable of producing river monsters. Sure there’s some big Kitsumkalem and various Skeena Chinook left up North but it ain’t what it once was. Not much is really, when it comes to our beloved salmon. Any hardcore Chinook angler will recount tales of giant Columbia […]

Tangling with Tyees in Haida Gwaii – 30 Years of Conservation with Rick Grange

West Coast Fishing Club Salmon Release

Updtae: Sadly, The West Coast Fishing Club’s co-founder, Rick Grange, passed away on October 10, 2018 after a brief but courageous battle with cancer. The West Coast Fishing Club plans to continue Rick’s leadership role in rebuilding the vital chinook salmon hatchery on the Yakoun River. Their focus will be to replace the aging and […]

A Science Project for Adults

For most of us, a volcano made of paper mache, some paint, baking soda and vinegar was the last cool science project we got involved with. Thankfully, Will Duguid—a researcher at the University of Victoria—is offering you the chance to show Mrs. Robinson that your contribution to science didn’t end on the slopes of Mount […]