A Win For Upper St. Lawrence River Muskie

Blue Fish Canada is pleased to introduce you to four of the advocates behind the push to end the development of Blind Bay on the Upper St. Lawrence River.
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Lake Ontario East Basin Proposed Protections and Dr. Barrie Gilbert

Dr. Barrie Gilbert is a world renowned expert on animal behavior and advisor to Nature Canada, the NGO championing a new National Marine Conserved Area for Lake Ontario’s East Basin.
Chief Scott McLeod

Chief Scott McLeod and Nipissing First Nation Fisheries

The Government of Ontario recognizes the Nipissing First Nation’s Chi-Naaknigewin (Constitution) and Fisheries Law, a first for Ontario.

Harvest Your Own With Brad Fenson

On this episode of The Blue Fish Radio Show Brad offers advice on how to build a career as an outdoor communicator, and how he’s pivoted from writing exclusively, to become a producer of multi-media content such as his new “Harvest Your Own” podcast.

Watersheds Canada Fish Habitat Toolkit

Watersheds Canada has taken shoreline restoration to new depths with their new “Fish Habitat Enhancement Toolkit”.
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Canadian Sportfishing Industry Association President Rob Walton

Rob Walton speaks candidly about on-going advocacy and public outreach initiatives on this episode of The Blue Fish Radio Show

Mark Hume on Calls to End Catch-and-Release Fishing

Link to hear my conversation with Mark as we discuss what prompted him to write the article, who is against catch-and-release fishing, and why we fish, on The Blue Fish Radio Show
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Retired DFO Biologist Reflects on 5-decades of Pacific Salmon Management

A look back at the past 50 years of value-driven decision making and the state of B.C. Pacific salmon with 38-year DFO biologist Brian Tutty on The Blue Fish Radio Show

Federal Pacific Salmon Rescue Plan Details and Reactions

Lawrence Gunther asks whether the new DFO $647 million Pacific salmon restoration initiative has what it takes on the Blue Fish Radio Show
Angie Thompson

Fishing Business with Angie Thompson

Angie is my guest on The Blue fish Radio Show. We talk about the different ways anglers need to be able to give back to the sport if they are to gain the support of the fishing industry in return.

Woman Angler and Adventurer Angie Scott

Hear how Angie Scott has grown a large and loyal audience throughout the US
Dr. Alexandra Morton

“Not On My Watch” with Alexandra Morton

Hear Dr. Alexandra Morton discuss what she’s sacrificed personally and professionally to protect wild salmon on The Blue Fish Radio Show
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Todd Sellers on Lake of the Woods Algae and Fish Sustainability

Todd Sellers from Lake of the Woods speaks with Lawrence Gunther about Lake of the Woods Algae and fish sustainability issues on The Blue Fish Radio Show

Selective Pacific Salmon Harvesting and Tagging Innovations

Listen to Peter Krahn and Dave Brown from the Public Fishery Alliance on The Blue Fish Radio Show talk with host Lawrence Gunther
Kevin Estrada

Fraser River Sturgeon Champion Kevin Estrada

Hear Kevin speak about his passion and work to conserve Fraser River Sturgeon on The Blue Fish Radio Show

Fastest Changing Great Lake – Superior

Hear Dr. Jay Austin discuss his research with editor Lawrence Gunther on The Blue Fish Radio Show, and why Lake Superior serves as an ideal model for measuring climate change impacts

Canada's Atlantic Fish Species and the Ocean Tracking Network

Oceans are warming, fish are moving, so what can Canada’s Ocean Tracking Network tell us?

Albertas Native Trout Versus Coal

Listen to Kevin Van Tighem speak with Blue Fish host Lawrence Gunther about the need to reverse Alberta’s coal mining plans

The OFAH on Ontario's Latest Stay at Home Order

Mr. Mark Ryckman, Manager of Policy at the OFAH, speaks with Lawrence Gunther about the challenges in 2020 and this new round of stay-at-home restrictions.

Angler Participation in 2020 and Dr Steven Cooke

Dr. Steven Cooke and his Fish Ecology and Conservation Physiology Laboratory at Carleton University recently completed a survey called, “Covid-19 restrictions and recreational fisheries in Ontario”.

Krystyn Tully on the Future of Environmentalism

Krystyn’s insights on the future of the environmental movement in Canada and the role of environmentalists are profound.