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Blue Fish Radio: Conserving habitat to ensure angling’s future
Nov 25, 2015
Strategies for conservation, stewardship and sustainable harvest from the Canadian Wildlife Federation
Blue Fish Radio: How the US’s NOAA is helping grow fish stocks
Nov 11, 2015
Hear why the “weather warning” organization has quietly evolved into a conservation champion
Blue Fish Radio: Canada’s battle against blue-green algae
Oct 28, 2015
Why blooms of toxic cyanobacteria are threatening our water, and how we can end them
Blue Fish Radio: Saving the Skeena River’s salmon
Oct 14, 2015
Wild B.C. salmon face an uncertain future. Hear how one researcher is making a difference
Blue Fish Radio: The Mill Creek Miracle
Sep 30, 2015
How farmers, developers, politicians and anglers got together to save a trout stream on the brink
Blue Fish Radio: What you need to know about the remarkable tilapia
Jul 22, 2015
Hear how one biologist turned this "miracle fish" into the world’s most popular table fish
Blue Fish Radio: Finally, some good news about fish populations
Jul 8, 2015
Hear how fish stocks—including even the endangered bluefin tuna—are being rebuilt through science and cooperation
Blue Fish Radio: Why the Great Lakes are now a big-bass factory
Jun 24, 2015
Canadian fisheries expert Bruce Tufts of Queen’s University talks about the bass-goby connection, getting youth into fishing and more
Blue Fish Radio: How one fish can change your life
Jun 10, 2015
Has a single catch ever fired your imagination or inspired great works? Lawrence Gunther talks about fish that have impacted his life.
Blue Fish Radio: Both good news and bad news for B.C.’s salmon
May 27, 2015
The Pacific Salmon Foundation’s CEO on a new $20 million research plan, and B.C.’s looming water-level crisis
Blue Fish Radio: How we can ensure more and bigger fish for future anglers
May 13, 2015
Listen to a podcast about the many ways non-profit organization Recycled Fish is promoting stewardship on and off the water... and you can too
Blue Fish Radio: Will commercial fishing harm Canada’s Arctic?
Apr 30, 2015
As the polar ice pack shrinks, commercial fishermen are eyeing the Arctic’s wild bounty, but scientists are raising red flags. Lawrence Gunther investigates
Blue Fish Radio: Urban angling with tournament pro David Chong
Apr 16, 2015
Hear how one of Canada’s premier pros fought the law to keep casting within Toronto's city limits
Blue Fish Radio: Taking on the scourge of illegal overfishing
Apr 2, 2015
How pirate fishing threatens marine ecosystems, and what Canadian anglers (and seafood lovers) can do about it
Blue Fish Radio: Flushing drugs into our fish
Mar 18, 2015
Drugs entering our ecosystem via household bathrooms are causing troubling effects, including male fish that have begun producing eggs
Blue Fish Radio: A conversation with WFN’s Mark Melnyk
Mar 4, 2015
The host of Guided shares his insights on conservation, stewardship tips and, of course, a few fishing stories
Blue Fish Radio: Facing challenges and finding solutions to protect Lake of the Woods
Feb 18, 2015
Pro angler Lawrence Gunther talks to Dr. Glen Benoy about a new partnership to address algae blooms, invasive species and pollution in Ontario’s other great lake.
Blue Fish Radio: How one Canadian scientist trained a fish to walk
Jan 29, 2015
Pro angler Lawrence Gunther talks to Dr. Emily Standen about how she replicated what nature accomplished 400 million years ago
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