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Enjoy Thrilling Sport Fishing Adventures With Fishing Charters

British Columbia is well-known for offering some of the most sought after game fish and anglers from all across the world. Most of them come here because BC’s waters offer an excellent opportunity to enjoy some of the most thrilling sport fishing adventures in the world. BC Fishing Charters will take on an exiting vacation journey in the best ocean fishing waters. You can enjoy the beauty of breathtaking wildlife such as seals, grizzly bears, bald eagles, humpback whales, porpoises, seals and sea lions. With these charter boats, you can get the charter trip experience of your lifetime.

The interesting feature about BC Fishing Charters is that they guide vacationers seeking sport fishing adventures to a variety of fish, using the best of fishing equipment. Guidance on sport fishing is provided by expert fishing guides, which makes your adventure all the more exciting. These guides give a lot of insight into how to enjoy your favorite activity in the best possible way in these waters. Vacationers can be sure of not getting lost or will learn about which areas are best for fishing. Charter guides can accurately locate the best Sockeye Salmon, Halibut, Chinook, and much more, using just basic observation and studied experience. They know how to time the fish trips so that vacationers can gain a bountiful harvest. This is enough for fishes that follow normal migration routes and for those that do not, charters guides makes use of GPS and fish finders to locate such fish varieties.

The fishing guides employed in these charters are well-experienced and they are experts on salmon fishing and so you can be sure of getting the biggest fish hand out of your lifetime. You can find charters offering exciting wildlife and wilderness eco-tours through some of the most beautiful coastal areas, islands and rivers of British Columbia and Southeast Alaska.

Fishing Charters here also offer various hiring options for hobbyists and fishers such as hiring by day or by night, so that they can select one according to their vacation plans. They provide facilities for lodging, meals, fishing equipment and gears and much more to best facilitate your favorite activity. Some charters provide extended sightseeing excursions that enable vacationers to not just indulge in fishing, but also enjoy culture, history, wildlife and the natural beauty of this place. If you are looking for sport adventures that can give you the trill of an exciting catch and a totally different sport fishing experience, hiring BC Fishing Charters will give you the opportunity to enjoy an experience that you simply cannot forget.

Action and Adventure Movies

I have a fondness for action and adventure movies, and this article was written so that I could share a few of my favorites. While you’ve probably seen one of two on the list, I’m guessing that a few have escaped your notice. Watch then when you get a chance, thrilling to everything from outer space combat to tense showdowns with mythical monsters. And if you’ve seen them all? Pat yourself on the back; you’re a true cinephile.

Star Trek (2009) – Producer/director J.J. Abrams jettisons the senior citizen cast and reboots the greatest sci-fi franchise in the history of television. The big-budget actioner follows the early adventures of James T. Kirk (Chris Pine) as he becomes a member of Starfleet, gets on the nerves of Spock (Zachary Quinto), and eventually assumes command of the USS Enterprise to battle a time-traveling Romulan (Eric Bana). Karl Urban is Dr. McCoy, Zoe Saldana is Uhura, John Cho is Sulu, Simon Pegg is Scotty, and Anton Yelchin is Chekov. The film was a massive success, opening the franchise up to a whole new generation. Expect a number of sequels over the coming years.

The Fugitive (1993) – Adapted from the popular television series, The Fugitive stars Harrison Ford as Dr. Richard Kimble, a Chicago surgeon who’s unjustly convicted of his wife’s murder. On the way to death row, his bus collides with a train, and Kimble escapes to pursue the one-armed man he knows to be responsible for his predicament. His task is made more difficult by the appearance of Sam Gerard (Tommy Lee Jones), a tenacious U.S. Marshal who’s used to getting his man. A massive hit at the box office, The Fugitive would land Gerard his own spin-off, U.S. Marshals.

Red Cliff: International Version (2008/2009) – Released as two films during its theatrical run, this Chinese war epic sees director John Woo trade in his trademark gunfights for brutal combat in 3rd century China. Based on the legendary Battle of Red Cliffs, the film details the efforts of a coalition of warlords to resist the advances of the ambitious Cao Cao (Zhang Fengyi). The full international version is almost five hours long, but it’s far superior to the abbreviated version that crams both movies into 2 hours. Starring Tony Leung, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Chang Chen, and Zhao Wei.

District B13 (2004) – In this French film, the not-so-distant future has become a pretty ugly place, especially in Paris. One particularly crime-riddled section of the city is cut off from the others as a response to unprecedented crime rates, and those inside form a number of gangs to rule like kings. When crime lord Taha (Bibi Naceri) gets crossways with the anti-drug hero named Leito (David Belle), the end result is Leito behind bars and his sister a prisoner of the ruthless criminal. But when Taha steals a neutron bomb and intends on launching it, Leito will get his chance for revenge by teaming up with a cop who’s a master of disguise (Cyril Raffaelli). Filled with elaborate fights, colorful characters, and plenty of parkour, District B13 is a must-see for fans of action and adventure.

The Scorpion King (2002) – Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson reprises the character seen briefly in The Mummy Returns, but this time he’s the hero of the story. After failing to kill a sorceress (Kelly Hu) and being left for dead, Mathayus (The Rock) embarks on an epic journey to topple an evil emperor and end his reign of terror. Co-starring Michael Clarke Duncan.

Clash of the Titans (1981) – Young Perseus (Harry Hamlin) heads off on a quest to save the woman he intends to marry, and along the way he’ll face the stony stare of Medusa, giant scorpions, a two-headed dog, and all manner of other monstrosities. But they all pale next to the Kraken, a massive beast unleashed from the depths of the ocean to either devour a virgin sacrifice or destroy the city of Joppa. It lacks all the CGI effects of the remake, and that’s honestly a very good thing.