Link to Lake2Plate.com for behind-the-scenes news and to Lake2Plate.TV to stream the videos

Link to LawrenceGunther.com to stay up-to-date with the adventures of Lawrence and his guide dog Moby

Link to the charity BlueFishCanada.ca to learn about programs dedicated to the future of fish and fishing

Link to WhatLiesBelow.ca to watch the trailer and read reviews of Lawrence Gunther’s documentary

The Blue Fish Radio show features subjects and people of special interest to the future of fish and fishing. Notable past interviewees include the NOAA Director of Sustainable Fisheries, Ontario’s Environment Commissioner, the CEOs of Trout Unlimited and the Pacific Salmon Foundation, the World Wildlife Foundation’s VP of ocean policy, and numerous leading researchers and local experts in the field of fish biology, aquatic habitat and sustainable fishing.

Episodes of Blue Fish Radio is streamed on the internet 6-times each week over WRVO Outdoor Radio; broadcast 5-times each week by AMI Audio over cable TV and SiriusXM Canada; featured on Outdoor Canada Magazine’s website and social media channels every second week, and linked to by hundreds of conservation and fishing related sites.

Over 100,000 listeners enjoy the show weekly, in addition to audiences reached through links to episodes established on numerous 3rd-party websites and FaceBook pages. Tweeted episode announcements reach on average 60,000 Twitter followers.

Blue Fish Radio interviews are recorded live and later edited to ensure the best possible portrayal of our guests and their message. Downloads or player links of episodes can be obtained for inclusion on your own website or social media. The over 80 Blue Fish Radio episodes can be found on iTunes or downloaded as MP3 files directly from Spreaker.com.

You can learn more about the host, Lawrence Gunther, at www.lawrencegunther.com. Lawrence also serves as President of Blue Fish Canada, a charity dedicated to the future of fish and fishing.

 

Catch Care Release with Tom Rowland

The ethic and conservation aspects of returning fishes alive is a quickly growing and evolving topic among recreational anglers around the world.

Rebuilding Abundance With Oceana Canada

Oceana Canada believes that if managed properly, the ocean could sustainably supply the world’s population with sustainably harvested wild fish.

Extreme Weather Impacts on Fishes and their Habitat

After hurricane Fiona slammed into Atlantic Canada, Blue Fish Radio reached out to Dr. Clark to hear first-hand what this epic storm meant for the fishes and their habitat.

Public Fishery Alliance Conducts Reality Check

Tom Davis, Director with the Public Fishery Alliance, and Chris Bos, Chair of the South Vancouver Island Anglers Coalition, are our guests on this new episode of The Blue Fish Radio Show

River Trap Up-Date

Get caught up with the development of this new exciting “River Trap” technology, it’s connection with marked selective fisheries and salmon hatcheries, and what the MPs had to say about it all on The Blue Fish Radio Show

Chief Donald Maracle of Mohawks of Bay of Quinte

Chief Donald Maracle of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte speaks with Lawrence Gunther about his community’s historic connection to fish and fishing.

Upper St Lawrence River Maitland Tower Reenvisioned

Philip Ling is hard at work converting a set of stone buildings from the 1800s located on the shore of the St. Lawrence River into a state-of-the-art research and training facility.

Door Number One and Michèle Andrews

Door Number One programs extend the reach of the Maitland Tower project across Canada through innovative programs and colaborations.

Up-Date from Save the River

John Peach is the executive director of Save the River and the Upper St. Lawrence Riverkeeper.