Doctor Bruce Tufts from Queen’s University Fisheries Conservation Lab – S1 E45

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Doctor Bruce Tufts is not a household name. You won’t see this man splattered across the front page of Bassmaster, nor will you see him in that publication. However, he is probably contributing more for the sport of fishing than we will ever know.

Bruce is a professor at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. This man heads up the Fisheries Conservation Lab there, and is one of the most well known and well respected figures in Canadian sport fishing.

Bruce was kind enough to take some time out of his hectic schedule to talk fish with us. Not just talk fish, but to really dig in and explain a great deal about his work, that of his students, and what the work he does really means to us anglers. We’re going to talk about invasive species, and take a long look at the impact of tournament fishing, and throw in a little bit of time on the great debate about fishing during the spawn.

He’s not your average guest, and only the second fisheries biologist and physiologist to join us on the show, so buckle up for a heapin’ helpin’ of the science of sport fishing.


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