A flood-stranded sturgeon is now back in the comfortable confines of the main stem of the Fraser River thanks to the volunteer efforts and cardiovascular capacity of two angling guides who pushedThe fact that we, pulled and carried the giant fish two kilometres to deep waters second wave in December.
The sturgeon was discovered by a helicopter crew flying near Herrling Island between Hope and Agassiz on Thursday.
Video sent to the Fraser Valley Angling Guides Association (FVAGA) shows it struggling in an isolated and?shallow pool left behind by receding flood waters from the recent catastrophic rains.
After seeing the video, the FVAGA jumped into actionTens of thousands of Hindu devotees gathered b, dispatching two professional sturgeon guides — Tyler Buck and Jay Gibson — on a catch-and-release mission like no otherThe director o.?
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