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Fair Heaven – Blog Fair Heaven Blog Menu About FairheavenBC Hunting in British Columbia – what you need to know Published December 5, 2016 / by James / Leave a Comment British Columbia is home to a wide variety of large and small game, and this makes it a hunter’s paradise. Whether you are going after deer, elk or simply hunting game birds there are a few things you should know before you start packing for the trip. This applies to residents and non residents of British Columbia. If you’re a Canadian resident but don’t live in B.C. you are still considered a non resident. Here are a few of the things that I was glad I knew before I went on my first hunting trip. Licenses If you don’t have the right license then you won’t be allowed to hunt anything in British Columbia. Residents can easily apply for a Fish & Wildlife ID that will take them through the season or purchase a hunting license. While the temporary ID is free and you can apply for a new one every season, the hunting license does come with a small fee. In some cases you might need a “species license” and this will also come with a bag limit. Non residents are not allowed to apply for an ID or hunting license. If you are coming to the area specially for the hunting season you must be accompanied by a registered guide outfitter. Your guide must hold a valid Accompany to Hunt Permit and then you can apply for a non resident hunting license. It should be mentioned that the license does come with a fee that must be paid in full with your application. However, if you are only planning on hunting small game then you will only need a temporary license. Firearms Even if you’re a resident of British Columbia you will need to have a valid federal arms license, and this actually applies to all Canadians that want to own a gun. If you don’t own a firearm but still want to go hunting, it is legal to do so with a friend as long as they have a valid license. You can legally aim, fire and take down large and small game, as long as the licensed gun owner is standing nearby. Anyone under the age of 18 can also hunt with a firearm as long as they are closely supervised by an adult that holds valid hunting and firearm licenses. If you are a non resident and are planning on bringing a firearm into Canada for the purpose of hunting large or small game you must be 18 years of age or older. The firearm must also be declared at customs and approved in writing by a Canadian customs official. If you do not declare your weapon before entering the county, chances are you will spend the hunting season sitting in jail. These are the two most important things everyone needs to know before they consider hunting in British Columbia. I’ve also found that the Fish & Wildlife Department is more than willing to help residents and non-residents fill out the required paperwork and answering any questions that you might have. Continue reading "Hunting in British Columbia – what you need to know" Catching sturgeon in British Columbia Published October 24, 2016 / by James / Leave a Comment The white sturgeon is one of the largest freshwater fish on the surface of the Earth, and it can be found at six locations in British Columbia. Probably the most popular of these places is the Fraser River, which is why there’re many people going on trips in the Upper, Middle, and Lower areas of this river. Three other rivers where this fish can be found are Nechako, Columbia, and Kootenay. Due to the fact that white sturgeon populations all over the world have become scarce over the years, it is now considered an endangered species. Only the Lower and Mid-Fraser River locations are available for fishing, but both of these apply the catch and release policy. The sturgeon that you’ll come across if you visit the Fraser River is usually two to six feet long depending on the age. Any cases where the sturgeon measures 10 feet are very rare. What kind of equipment do you need? One thing’s for sure. White sturgeon is an enormous and heavy fish, so you’ll need the services of a sturdy rod and reel, rated for 40 to 80 lb test. Braided fishing lines are to be preferred, and you should try to use an 8 to 16oz weight in order to anchor your bait at the bottom of the river. Keep in mind that a white sturgeon can be a very energetic fish and it has scutes on the side which can pierce through your skin unless you use a pair of good-quality thick gloves. If you have no intention to fish with the help of a guide and on a boat and instead plan to catch some big fish by the river bank, it might be a good idea to use some waders, as well as the equipment we’ve mentioned already. Fraser River fishing areas The tidal area of the river is between Steveston and Mission and here is where you can do some fishing if there’s any current that’s capable of carrying the scent of the bait you’ll be using. You’ll be able to fish either on the boat or the shore if you stick to the tidal area, and some are lucky enough to target catches in piers where deep water can be found, as well. The non-tidal area of the river is between Mission and Hope. It is practically impossible to fish from the shore in this area, considering that there isn’t any access from the shore to speak of. As such, you’ll have to use a boat. If you don’t have your own, you’ll require the services of a fishing guide, but be advised that he or she might be booked since fishing for sturgeon is very popular. The mid-section of the river is between Hope and Lillooet. Although shore fishing is possible in certain areas, it’s recommended strictly to people who are well-acquainted with the area as it can be very dangerous due to canyons. Because of the steep terrain, you’ll notice that there are just a few companies that are willing to take the risk of offering fishing guiding services in the mid-section of the Fraser river. Bait In spring, sturgeons like a bit of oily baitfish such as eulachon. During the summer, it feeds on small-sized fish until salmon spawning, when they start feeding on roe and later on, rotten salmon flesh. From August to November, you’ll have more chance of catching sturgeon if you use a piece of a salmon carcass as bait. Continue reading "Catching sturgeon in British Columbia" A few things you might not know about Alaska Published September 3, 2016 / by James / Leave a Comment Contrary to what most people know, Alaska is one of the states of the USA. In fact, it is the largest US state. However, although Alaska is part of the continent, there are more presumptions than known facts about this American state. Apart from the fact that the North Pole Alaska post office receives thousand of letters addressed to Santa Claus or Saint Nick every December, there are other things you may not know about this awesome state. Alaska as an American state Less than 50 miles from Russia, Alaska produces 25 percent of all the oil in the United States. Most of the state, about 75 percent, can’t be reached by car and this includes th...

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