Trout fishing--British Columbia



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[Coquihalla lodge, fishing, miscellaneous railway shots]

Amateur film footage. The beginning and middle of this film reel contain shots taken from trains leaving or arriving in Vancouver on the CPR main line. The balance of the reel includes: views along the Kettle Valley Railway; activities at the rail station of Coquihalla and nearby Lil-Joe Lodge; CPR steam locomotives 3628 and 3652; Sperry Rail Services rail detector car SRS 130; clearing of land, horse logging, and construction of log buildings for the lodge; a pack train; and row boats and trout fishing on the Coquihalla Lakes.

Fishing and hunting

The item is an amateur film in two reels, made ca. 1960. It includes footage of river fishing including large catch of rainbow trout, cleaning fish and camp scenes on the Fraser River. Includes First Nations dip-netting for salmon, cleaning and drying fish. Also scenes of Chilcotin scenery and people including fishing river for salmon, journey by open river boat, dropping off supplies, running rapids, wildlife, examining pelts, beaver lodge and dam, First Nations village from boat. More river boat travel, scenery, wildlife at Bulkley River and Moricetown Falls including spearing fish, spawning salmon, sports fishers catch and gaff salmon, fillet and smoke the fish. Salmon carcasses and bear. Scenes of a hunter shooting birds, Alexandria suspension bridge, Hell's Gate fish ladders, junction or Fraser and Thompson Rivers (at Lytton), Adams River salmon run and goose hunting in winter.

[Fishing by packhorse and canoe]

Footage. A small group of men travel by packhorse through scenic hilly country to fishing spots on rivers, lakes and streams. They camp and fish at each spot, catching many trout.

[Highway sixteen]

Travelogue. Scenery and attractions of the area accessible by the highway between Prince George and Prince Rupert. Footage includes: Prince George Airport with passengers boarding airliner; lakeside scenes; lumber mill; harvesting grain near Vanderhoof; Hudson's Bay post at Fort St. James; lake barges and a Beech 18 floatplane (registration CF-BQH) on Stuart Lake; trout fishing on Stuart Lake and Fraser Lake; Burns Lake; Babine Lake; Francois Lake; Ootsa Lake; Binta Lake; Telkwa, and nearby coal mine; Smithers; Moricetown Falls salmon run, with Indians gaffing salmon; Bulkley Canyon; Hazelton; Hagwilget Canyon; totem poles at Kispiox, Kitseguecla, and Kitwanga (plus village and burial grounds at the latter); Terrace, and its pole mill; Lakelse Lake; highway scenes; bald eagles; commercial fishing on the Skeena; Prince Rupert (cruise ship docking, unloading fish, fishing festival, homes and gardens, downtown, airport with amphibious airliner taxiing and taking off).

[Hyas Lake] : [footage]

Footage. A fishing trip to Hyas Lake (north of Kamloops): a man and woman on horseback ride through the woods, arrive at a lakeside cabin, fish from a boat, and catch large trout.

[Sports fishing]

Footage. A film showing three types of sports fishing: saltwater salmon trolling (1943), lake fishing (1936), and river steelhead fishing (1944).

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