Father-daughter fishing tradition thrives with solid sockeye run on the Fraser

Each summer since she was four years old, Kirsten Jantunen has cherished days on the boat with her dad Roy, 55, helping work on the net, pick fish, drive, and whatever else a fisherwoman can do.
The 28-year-old realtor and owner of a uniform company keeps a packed schedule, but each season since her teenage years she has set aside time for fishing with her dad. She plans to keep the tradition going for the foreseeable future, she said Tuesday, in the middle of a sockeye opening in the Lower Fraser River.>click to read<08:59

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