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Catching salmon with live squid in Ucluelet, BC
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Fishing BC

Fishing BC
Multiple Releases 2017 through current

Since 2017 we’ve been working with Fishing BC to tell the stories of what makes British Columbia such a unique, rich, and diverse fishing destination. Fishing BC is a marketing initiative launched under a partnership between BC Fishing Resorts and Outfitters Association, Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC, Sport Fishing Institute of BC, and Destination BC with the goal of marketing BC as the world-class fishing destination that it is.

From it’s inception Fishing BC has had a very strong focus on films and believed that it’s one of the best ways to showcase what BC has to offer. They decided early on that they would work with many productions from all across the province to ensure diversity in the way the stories are told. We’ve mainly been involved in producing stories in the Vancouver Island region.

The focus of the stories can shift; sometimes it’s a region, sometimes a specific species, sometimes it’s a look through the eyes of a guide and the particular experience they offer. As anyone that has a passion for fishing knows, it’s not just about the fish.

No matter how you look at it , BC is an amazing place that offers something for every angler to explore. Go see for yourself.

Heli-Fishing in the Clayoquot Sound
Albacore Tuna off the Westcoast of Vancouver Island
The Historic Tyee Club in Campbell River
The Rich Sportfishing History of Campbell River
The Port Hardy Experience
Hook’n Them Up on Northern Vancouver Island
Diversity of the North Island
Year Round Fishing in Tofino
Discovering The Coast with Ocean Outfitters
Fishing the Salt and Freshwaters of Kitimat
Paula Shearer – “The Little Things”
Paula Shearer – “The Struggle”
Paula Shearer – “The Rivers”
Paula Shearer – “The Rain”
Paula Shearer – “Hope and Luck”

“The Fishing BC marketing campaign has worked with Filter Studios on over 20 film projects over the past number of years. Documenting “Super Natural British Columbia” often requires being immersed in the elements and exposed to all weather conditions. Having a production crew that thrives in this type of environment is key to the success of our fishing films. We highly recommend working with Filter Studios and plan to continue working with them for years to come.

Matt Jennings, FishingBC