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Why are Alaska’s Wild Salmon stocks thriving except for Chinook?

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Hear Dr. Peter Westley from the University of Alaska explain why Alaskan Chinook numbers are down
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Back to Basics with Ontario's Environmental Commissioner

Listen to hear what Commissioner Dianne Saxe has identified as priorities in her latest report, Back to Basics on this episode of Blue Fish Radio
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Fish Pain Explained by Dr Steven Cooke

Hear what Dr. Cooke has to say about how and when fish feel pain
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Return of New Brunswick Striped Bass Fuels Economic Boom

Hear what Jeff Wilson thinks about the future prospects for the survival of Stripers in Atlantic Canada, and why they are important to so many.
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What's Next for Lake of the Woods

Listen as Todd Sellers shares details about the 5-year $8.4 million research projects now underway, and his expectations of how science needs to be put into action.
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MiraMichi River Atlantic Salmon Score a Victory Over Striped Bass

Mark Hambrook personally witnessed the decline of Atlantic salmon and now the explosive return of Striped Bass.
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Atlantic Salmon Versus Striped Bass

Carroll Randall, outdoor writer for the Halifax Chronicle Herald, trains and certifies fishing guides and has led numerous conservation initiatives over the years
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Geoff Green Inspires Students On Ice

One of Canada’s greatest explorers Geoff Green has travelled to the Arctic and Antarctic over 130 times.
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Winnipeg Lake Red River and the Freshwater Institute

Dr. Eva Enders is one of over 17 fish biologists working out of Fisheries and Oceans Canada’s Freshwater Institute located in Winnipeg Manitoba
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Lake Winnipeg Walleye are Against the Ropes

Dr. Scott Forbes at the University of Winnipeg is following the plight of the Walleye, Sauger and Whitefish in Lake Winnipeg.
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Gord Pyzer on the State of Lake Winnipeg Walleye

Gord Pyzer has news about the state of Canada’s world-class Walleye fishery on Lake Winnipeg that needs to be heard.
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Florida's Sawfish On Road to Recovery

There are five species of Sawfish around the world, and all are now considered endangered.
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BC's Skeena Salmon Conservation Will Take Cooperation

Greg Knox and Blue Fish Radio host Lawrence Gunther discuss why a group conservation effort is in the best long-term interests of the Skeena.
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Frank Sargeant's No-Nonsense Look at Climate Change

Frank Sargeant is an outdoor writer with numerous awards, and currently serves as the Editor of the daily "Fishing Wire" newsletter.
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Guardians of British Columbia's Wild Salmon

Courtney Quirin is a documentary filmmaker and journalist who has worked in New Zealand, Ethiopia, and now Canada where she just filmed her second documentary.
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What's Causing Florida's Algae Crisis

Red tides and blue-green algae outbreaks are wreaking havoc along hundreds of miles of Florida’s coastlines and killing marine life.
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Decision Makers and BC's Rainbow Trout Populations

This week on Blue Fish Radio more on BC’s struggling Rainbow populations with Ph.D candidate Andrew Kadykalo.
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Dr Tom Weagar and Fleming College

Sir Sandford Fleming College is ground zero for anyone in Ontario looking to start a career in resource management and enforcement.
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River Rangers on Track to Inspire Next Generation Conservationists

David Stibbe, a local educator and founder of, is expanding with his launch of the non-profit organization River Rangers.
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Great Lakes Native Species Return

Dr. Trevor Pitcher is the Executive Director of the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research located at the University of Windsor, and the man behind the brand new Freshwater Restoration Ecology Centre.
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BC Steelhead Research Turns to Citizen Science for Answers

PhD candidate Amanda Jeanson at Carleton University's “Fish Ecology and Conservation Physiology” program, part of the Cooke Lab, is in BC to find out why their inland recreational rainbow trout fisheries are in decline.