Robert Hooton, author of Days of Rivers Past and a 37-year career Steelhead biologist, is Lawrence Gunther’s guest on Blue Fish Radio Show
The Great Lakes Fisheries are in transition and anglers need to understand why, so I’m continuing to invite Great Lakes Fisheries experts as guests On The Blue Fish Radio Show.
Dennis Zimmermann of Big Fish Little Fish Consultants located in White Horse is our guest on Blue Fish Radio
Listen to Iron Maiden lead guitarist Adrian Smith speak with Lawrence Gunther about his new book Monsters of River and Rock on this episode of Blue Fish Radio
The research underway at the Saskatchewan Sportfish Research Group will ensure anglers are in the forefront when it comes to fish handling
The great lakes fisheries generate $8 billion annually, and are an important traditional activity for anglers and indigenous fishers alike. Can you imagine what it would mean if these fisheries were to decline?
In 1977 I canoed with the 1st Georgetown Venturers from Port Credit on Lake Ontario to Summerset P.E.I. It was around the same time Mark Angelo paddled the entire Fraser River.
Checking back in 2-years later for a status update on this important citizen science initiative deepens my commitment for the need to link local knowledge to scientific data as we seek an historic understanding of the current health of our fisheries and watersheds
Think you know everything you need to know about carp? Curious to learn what the status is regarding invasive carp and the Great Lakes? Brook Schryer has all the answers and so much more!
In part two Dr. Sean Landsman explores with Lawrence Gunther the strengths and weaknesses of fish passage systems at dams on Blue Fish Radio