We enjoyed this unique experience , at 80 & 84 we’re not having many unique experiances so well treasure this. Their food was great, the guide was great, we would have liked a little more advice on clothing for the boat. We would have enjoyed having gloves, but we tucked our hands into our sleeves. Thanks again,
Ray & Florence
The herring in the waters along the shores of Vancouver Island are at the bottom of the food chain (just above plankton and krill). You know your position in the food chain when your main defense is getting in a tight ball and revolving from inside to outside so you can breath. The many ducks and diving birds in the area force the herring into balls, which try to escape by moving up to the surface. This attracts gulls and attracts whale watching guides and guests.
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