from Team Xplore
3 years ago

Salmon fishing tips: Halibut fishing tips: Lingcod fishing tips: Boat mods: Gear reviews: We set the boat record with this 62lb chinook salmon caught in the waters of Prince Rupert BC just south of Alaska. We caught the king salmon fishing with a herring about 45' deep. A big run of chinook had moved in from Langara Island the night before. Watch as the FishinBC crew (angler Brian the "Anchorman" aka - Ron Bergundy) lands this trophy fish and our excitement as we find out exactly how big this fish is. Throughout BC a 30 pound salmon is considered a tyee while a 50 is a major trophy and anything above this is the upper percentile of the chinook salmon population and is not unheard of but certainly rare and something to behold. We've been fishing salmon for our lifetimes and this is the biggest fish we've ever caught. Check out our video and join FishinBC - SUBSCRIBE to our channel for more fishing action, fishing adventures, fishing fails, and fishing related updates. ABOUT US: FishinBC.COM is for people like you. It brings the stuff you want to see - sport fishing action - salmon halibut lingcod snapper, crab, prawns and shellfish. We show wildlife encounters - whales, eagles, bears, sea lions. We show westcoast scenery, amazing sunsets, beaches, mountains, and landforms. We provide tips and techniques to explain how to fish and how to use gear and tech. Best of all we give our epic fishing fails. We are fishing BC and our information is relevant to fishing in Alaska, BC, Washington, Oregon, and California. SUBSCRIBE: to FishinBC.COM - Join us and support us. More support allows us to put up more content. Recommend us to your friends. Stop by often for updates and enjoy the scenic beauty and relaxation of the pacific westcoast with captain crew and guests onboard the 21' Seaswirl Striper "Hooked".

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