Blue Fish Canada Stewardship Fishing Tips

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Short audio format Blue Fish Canada Stewardship Fishing Tips are produced by Blue Fish Radio with support from Eukanuba pet foods. Each 2-minute tip explains how listeners can ensure the future of fish and fishing.

The following 20 Blue Fish Canada Stewardship Tips can be rebroadcast at no cost. Let us know if you would like to rebroadcast the tips by emailing bluefishcan@gmail.com.

Blue Fish Canada Stewardship Tips:

BFC-Tip 1 — Fertilizers: What you can do as a shoreline property owner and citizen to reduce the amount of phosphates and nitrogen’s entering our water.

BFC-Tip 1 — Fertilizers

BFC-Tip 2 — Catch and Release: Tips for ensuring the safe release of caught fish.

BFC-Tip 2 — Catch and Release

BFC-Tip 3 — Fish Slime: The importance of avoiding the removal of slime from fish.

BFC-Tip 3 — Fish Slime

BFC-Tip 4 — Fishing down Deep: Why certain fish should not be fished at depths below 30 feet if you intend to release them afterwards.

BFC-Tip 4 — Fishing Down Deep

BFC-Tip 5 — Harvesting: Which fish to keep for a meal, and which need to go back.

BFC-Tip 5 — Harvesting

BFC-Tip 6 — Invasive: How to stop the spread of invasive life forms into new bodies of water.

BFC-Tip 6 — Invasives

BFC-Tip 7 — Oil and Gas: Making sure we handle oil and gas so it doesn’t impact our water and fish.

BFC-Tip 7 — Oil and Gas

BFC-Tip 8 — Photography: Taking photos sustainably of memorable moments and trophy fish.

BFC-Tip 8 — Photography

BFC-Tip 9 — Regulations: Knowing the regulations that govern our recreational fisheries and when to apply reason.

BFC-Tip 9 — Regulations

BFC-Tip 10 — Research: Anglers play an important role in citizen-based science.

BFC-Tip 10 — Research

BFC-Tip 11 — Big Boat Little Boat: Kayaks are great, but we still need to get out and back safely.

BFC-Tip 11 — Big Boat Little Boat

BFC-Tip 12 — Dogs on Boats: Keeping our four-legged friends safe aboard our boats.

BFC-Tip 12 — Dogs on Boats

BFC-Tip 13 — Catch, Release or Keep: More tips on harvesting sustainably.

BFC-Tip 13 — Catch Release or Keep

BFC-Tip 14 — Mentoring the Next Generation: Passing on knowledge on how to fish sustainably.

BFC-Tip 14 — Mentoring the Next Generation

BFC-Tip 15 — Catch your Limit, Limit Your Catch: We have harvest limits but sometimes we need to know when it’s time to limit our harvest.

BFC-Tip 15 — Catch your limit, limit your catch

BFC-Tip 16 — Disposing Old Fishing Line: Fishing line can result in death for wild critters if not disposed of properly.

BFC-Tip 16 — Disposing old fishing line

BFC-Tip 17 — Lifestyles Flow Downstream: Understanding that all we do impacts all life that lives downstream.

BFC-Tip 17 — Lifestyles Flow Downstream

BFC-Tip 18 — Live Bait: Ensuring our live bait doesn’t become the cause of the next invasion or disease outbreak.

BFC-Tip 18 — Live Bait

BFC-Tip 19 — Right Size Tackle: Matching the size of rod, reel and line for the job is an important part of fishing sustainably.

BFC-Tip 19 — Right Size Tackle

BFC-Tip 20 — Pack it in, Pack it Out: Boy Scouts have it right when they teach kids to leave things the way they found them or better.

BFC-Tip 20 — Pack it in, Pack it Out