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Fly Tying: Biot Bodies
By Phil Rowley From the July/August issue of BC Outdoors  Biots are the tough, interlocking barbs found along the leading edge of a bird’s primary flight feather. The Prince Nymph’s signature white biot wings make it arguably the most famous pattern to...
Tips/Tricks/Tech Talk
Tips/Tricks/Tech Talk
Query Call for BC Outdoors 2016
 The summer season is just kicking off and it’s time to start thinking about our article line-ups for the 2016 issues of BC Outdoors Magazine. We also want to make sure that any of our potential writers are keeping feature...
River Navigation
Many anglers have purchased pontoon boats or similar crafts to access unfished waters on increasingly crowded rivers. Anglers that have drifted down rivers in pontoons have experienced one of the most peaceful ways of travel, with unobstructed views of the...
Tips/Tricks/Tech Talk
Fly Tying- Blind Eye Charlie
   When trout are fixated on chironomids, trying to replicate or match the emerging pupa through pattern choice and presentation technique is the standard course of action. But what happens when this “match the hatch” mantra isn’t working? Many fly...
Tips/Tricks/Tech Talk
450 Ackley Project- Final Chapter
With the rifle finished and spring bear season in full swing, it seemed sensible to bring the rifle into the field and see if I could connect on a bear with it. First I would need to spend some time...
Ask the Experts
16th Annual Family Fishing Weekend
The 16th annual Family Fishing weekend is coming up June 19-21, 2015
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Fly Tying: The Double Bunny
From Spring 2015 BC Outdoors Magazine     Scott Sanchez’s Double Bunny is a simple, creative amalgamation of two rabbit strips cemented along a hook. Since its initial inception, Scott’s Double Bunny has caught well over 30 species, has spawned countless variations...
Tips/Tricks/Tech Talk
Environmental Assessment in BC
The BC Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) wants to hear citizens’ ideas about ways to improve the participation of the public in environmental assessment. This online discussion is open for comment until 9am on May 26th, 2015. The comments that you...
BCWF Responds to Report on Fishery Crisis
SURREY, BC - The BC Wildlife Federation is encouraged by the recent release of a report by the Province of BC and the Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations detailing the findings of the expert panel examining the...


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