By definition: A bait ball, or baitball, occurs when small fish swarm in a tightly packed spherical formation about a common center. It is a last-ditch defensive measure adopted by small schooling fish when they are threatened by predators. The occurrences of a herring ball is very common in the area we go for whale watching but photographs are not as common. Not common because bait balls attract whales and you do not want to be sitting over a ball of herring when a whale decides to feed. So we only approach the bait ball when there are no whales in sight and that does not happen often. See tomorrow’s post…
Lodge on Knight Inlet
Grizzly Bear Lodge is located on Minstrel Island a small island part way up Knight Inlet. This is one of the largest inlets on BC’s coast and is located off the East Coast of Vancouver Island. It is a short plane ride from Campbell River.
If you return to the main website and go to “About” and then to “Guest Book” you will be able to read what past guest say about the lodge. Photos by
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