Entries by Lawrence

Captain Phil Thompson and Fish Cuba Now

With a quarter century of fishing and diving experience in Cuban waters, Capt. Phil Thompson has launched a new guide service called Fish Cuba Now. He offers angling and diving adventures throughout Cuba, a new frontier regarded by many as possessing some of the most pristine marine habitats on Earth. Listen to how Thompson is […]

Larry McDermott of Plenty Canada on Rights and Responsibilities

World respected environmental trail blazer, Larry McDermott, a member of Shabot Obaadjiwan First Nation, and Executive Director of Plenty Canada, an organization dedicated to environmental protection and healthy communities, and co-chair of the Canadian Environmental Network Biodiversity Caucus, speaks with Blue Fish on reconciliation, friendship, and the need to respect both indigenous knowledge and western […]

Sustainable Seafood and Responsible Choice

Ensuring our seafood is harvested in a sustainable way is up to us all. In this episode of Blue Fish Radio Lawrence Gunther walks us through the roles of the many different stakeholders and players that are working hard to improve the sustainability of our seafood fisheries, and offers guidance on what each of us […]

Christopher Bos the Anglers Coalition and Orcas

Taking a big picture approach is exactly what Christopher Bos and the Anglers Coalition is doing with their plans for introducing millions of Chinook salmon into the Pacific. Tired of watching their ecosystem slowly deteriorate due to a host of documented pressures, this group of concerned citizens is taking action. Their goal, to introduce enough […]

Season Closer for 2016

We were able to produce 52 new Blue fish Radio episodes in 2016, and are planning another 52 for 2017. This season closer is a collection of sage advice provided by some of the greatest anglers I’ve had the privilege of knowing. It’s advice we all need to reflect on as its not normally what […]

Seafood Choice on Canada Going All Green Light

SeaChoice is a completely independently funded sustainable sea food consumption advisory program designed to help retailers and consumers to make smart choices when purchasing seafood. Their economic independence means no added cost or beholding to producers, processors or retailers, and a free service for everyone involved with seafood from ship to plate. Listen as Kurtis […]

Behind the Tanks at Toronto’s Ripley Aquarium

The Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto couldn’t be more centrally located and it’s just steps away from Lake Ontario. Out of respect for their regional fish, the exhibits start with a full complement of amazing fish specimens that call the Great Lakes home. Further along an things just get more exciting with glass tubes that pass […]

Christopher Pollon on the Proposed Site C Dam

Journalist Christopher Pollon and photographer Ben Nelms recently canoed the 93 km stretch of the Peace River soon to be submerged should British Columbia’s proposed Site C dam be built. Christopher speaks to Blue Fish Radio about the magnificent Bull Trout fishing, unique habitat, the people who live along its banks, and the economic and […]

Christopher Pollon on the Proposed Site C Dam

The Peace River that still flows wild in north-east British Columbia is as unusual as it is beautiful, but that won’t stop its being dammed once and for all. Journalist Christopher Pollon has dug into the story including a canoe trip along the Peace itself, and still hasn’t figured out why is the mega Site […]