Flyer specials on sockeye abound – but where are they from? Not BC! Not Alaska! Not anywhere recognized as sustainable. Here’s an example: on the front page of today’s Buy-Low flyer is photo of some lovely bright sockeye salmon. The photo is cleverly placed right under the “BC Day” Headline and provincial flag to make … Continued
First day fishing in Skeena opening
July 13, 2012
Otto just called with an update from the fishing grounds off the opening of the Skeena river! To give you an idea of his day: – up at 3:45am to travel to the fishing grounds – net in the water by 6am – by 10:30am, 82 sockeye on board – its a sunny day but … Continued
CBC Prince Rupert Interview
July 12, 2012
When we were in Prince Rupert a couple weeks ago, on our way to the first fishing of the season, Otto and I were lucky enough to get interviewed by the local CBC Radio station. Check out our interview with Carolina de Ryk, co-host of CBC Daybreak North, Prince Rupert.
July 9, 2012
Just got this email from Duncan, our Halibut fisherman with some details and photos about how they fish. Can’t went to eat our first fillet this week and I know our members are looking forward to the first halibut pick up tomorrow night! “Our Halibut were caught in management area 5c which is the Hecate … Continued
July 1, 2012
Good morning and Happy Canada Day! After almost two weeks in cramped quarters, mixed weather and truly spectacular scenery, it’s time for me to leave Otto and Boris so that I can continue on to Haida Gwaii (formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands) for my own personal adventure. This has been a once-in-a-lifetime trip; it’s hard … Continued
Skipper Otto Holiday Fun!
December 18, 2000
This year our Skipper Otto’s holiday party moved online. We met over Zoom, cooked together and opened secret Santa gifts. We also played a self-made version of Family Feud! We surveyed around 100 of our long-term members with different Family Feud style questions and compiled the answers and prepared a game for the party. It … Continued
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