Wishing There Were More Chinook Salmon To Catch in The Columbia River? You May Want to Consider Chile South America
Back in the 20th century somebody decided it was a good idea to stock some rivers in Chile with Columbia River Chinook Salmon. Due to the fresh water and almost no dams on these rivers, the salmon are thriving there. In fact according to one article I read at clancyfishing.com they were hard pressed to catch anything under 40 lbs. And after You catch your South American Chinook's AKA King Salmon. You can have them for dinner, and reap the health benefits of eating fresh, high omega three, and mostly mercury/PCB free fish....
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First time I got to go on an international snorkel/dive trip was to Belize in 1981. I was fifteen and we drove down in a Datsun Pickup full of dive gear, and a portable compressor, back then it was hard to find a place to fill your scuba tanks, years later I decided it was time to take a break from my Job and see Belize through a greybeards eyes, to say that San Pedro Belize has changed is an understatement, they even have a hyperbaric Facility. I will post here about snorkeling,traveling, and stuff that happens along the way. Thank You for visiting! Burnie