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Wild White Sturgeon

When host Jim Hoey is asked what is his favourite fish to go for in Canada, his answer is the Wild White Sturgeon of the Fraser River in British Columbia. So here he is in fishing paradise. He's on a trip to Chilliwack with two buddies from Calgary, Jeff and Jordan and they are on board with local guide Steve Kaye aka The Sturgeon Hunter. Steve explains how the Fraser River once known for its Salmon fishing, is now a bucket destination for anglers the world over because of the Sturgeon to be found here. And Steve knows how to find them, using a considerable amount of local knowledge combined with the use of the latest gadgetry, he puts Jim and the guys onto some fantastic specimen. These are huge, hard fighting fish, that look prehistoric and for Jeff and Jordan, who are both new to Sturgeon fishing, provide the catch of a lifetime.

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