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Springtime is Go Time  – Big Coast Captain’s Blog

Springtime is Go Time – Big Coast Captain’s Blog

Springtime is Go Time  After months of winter hibernation, depending on where you live and how much winter water interests you, there is nothing better than getting the boat dialed up for prime season. As the weather turns warm and chilly winds abate, boating quickly becomes one of the coolest outdoor pursuits available. Whether it’s […]

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KingFisher Boats is Gold Standard Best Managed Winner

KingFisher Boats is Gold Standard Best Managed Winner

KingFisher Boats is Gold Standard Best Managed Winner  Vernon, BC – KingFisher Boats, family-owned aluminum boat builder, has successfully retained its Best Managed status, becoming a Gold Standard winner. KingFisher Boats has been one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies since 2018. This past year brought new challenges, but with a rock-solid strategic plan, budget focus, […]

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How to Pick the Right Trolling Motor

How to Pick the Right Trolling Motor

How to Pick the Right Trolling Motor for Your Boat Trolling is a great fishing technique that allows you to cover more grounds than all the other fishing methods. It is a simple and relaxing fishing method that is loved by many anglers. However, this fishing method’s success depends on how silent your motor is […]

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Hawgust – Big Coast Captain’s Blog

Hawgust – Big Coast Captain’s Blog

Hawgust Those who site British Columbia saltwater sport fishing as a passion or career are well versed in the ways of Hawgust. The month of August on the BC Coast, south of Prince Rupert anyway, has become commonly known as Hawgust…a just slightly clever verbal combination of “August” and “Hawgs.” The biggest of British Columbia […]

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Sport Utility Vessel – Big Coast Captain’s Blog

Sport Utility Vessel – Big Coast Captain’s Blog

Sport Utility Vessel The history of boating on the British Columbia coast is long-rooted in saltwater fishing and purpose-built angling machines. From the 18-foot Double Eagle to Whaler skiff to early aluminum, boats were built with jigging and trolling in mind. They were the mainstay of lodge operations and weekend warriors. And today they’ve given […]

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Run the Inside Passage – Big Coast Captain’s Blog

Run the Inside Passage – Big Coast Captain’s Blog

Run The Inside Passage Over the years, running the British Columbia Inside Passage has become a Big Coast specialty. The 600-odd miles that comprise the BC Coast from Vancouver to Prince Rupert present a myriad of challenges, opportunities and adventures. From a boating perspective, you need to have your KingFisher serviced and running in top […]

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