Steve Clapperton

Born and raised in Innerliethen, Scotland, Steve grew up fishing salmon and trout on the River Tweed. He moved to Canada in 1999, spending two years on Vancouver Island. There he fished the Stamp River, Barkley Sound, and Broken Group, as well as surrounding lakes and rivers. Currently Steve lives in Nova Scotia, where he created “Fishing with Friends”, a fishing show that promoted catch and release and highlights fishing in the Maritimes. The show was produced by and aired on Eastlink for 11 seasons. Steve fishes lobster and snow crab in the Northumberland Strait in the spring. In the summer, he guides for salmon and lake trout at Long Lake Adventures, located in Northern New Brunswick. Steve fishes giant bluefin tuna out of Cape George, NS for Nova Scotia Tuna Charters in the fall. Steve is also a founding member and a past vice-president of the Antigonish Town and County Anglers Association. Off the water, Steve is assistant coach of the Saint Francis Xavier University women’s rugby team.


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