Published Apr 10. 2020 - 1 year ago

Sighting for Coastal Cutthroat

While winter steelhead is usually our target species when we go fishing in rivers in British Columbia, coastal cutthroat trout is a species which we started learning more about. Enjoy this short documentary I've put together with @Fishing with Rod and my husband Daniel.
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My name is Kitty Kanhoffen, I am a teacher as well as an outdoor enthusiast. My passion for the outdoors first started when I was introduced to fishing through my husband Daniel in 2012 and it expanded quickly when I began co-hosting on Fishing with Rod. The curiosity did not kill this Kitty, but has only furthered my passion beyond fishing, which now includes foraging and hiking in British Columbia, Canada.

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