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Colette Louie:
Colette was born and raised in the Okanagan and is a member of the Osoyoos Indian Band.  She has been working in the fisheries field for 5 years now and is always learning new things and enjoys her fisheries work immensely. She just recently became interested in guiding and looks forward to sharing her knowledge of the local fishery with guests.
Dave Tom: Dave is from the Upper Nicola Indian Band. He has spent the last 3 years working the Okanagan Nation. Previously was kept busy performing Fisheries work in Merritt for 16 years. He enjoys his work and like the people he works with. He loves to learning new ways to harvest and catch fish.  Dave is looking forward to working here now and in the future.  He hopes the work we do now will pay off for the future generations to come.
Louie Baptiste:Louie, an Osoyoos native has been working at Oliver Ready Mix for 12 years.  He is a proud member of the Osoyoos Indian Band.  Louie has been a fisherman for about 30 years on Osoyoos Lake fishing mainly for bass and trout.  He is an acclaimed outdoorsman in the area. He recently began fishing with ONAFD learning how to use down riggers. He looks forward to learning to sport fish for Sockeye.
Coyote Hall:Coyote is from the Osoyoos Indian Band.  He has been guiding in the Okanagan for 25 years as a hunting guide. Becoming a fishing guide is a natural progression for Coyote. He loves to hunt species such as elk, deer and sheep, but now as a guide, he only concentrates on big a horn sheep. He looks forward to becoming a fishing guide.
Arlin Baptiste kwimtilmixwen:Born in the Okanagan, and raised in the Osoyoos desert, Arlin has never been much of a fisherman. He is excited to be a tour guide with ONA in partnership with the Nkímip Desert Cultural Centre.  He feels that these are exciting times, and can hardly wait until the tour season begins!  He is excited to learn the ways of guiding, and most importantly to be able to tell stories of the region and its history to the people!
Flloyd Baptiste:Wai ixca isk w ist Flyd Baptiste Ka ttl Nkímip iliew Lloyd Baptiste isk w uy Prudence Long.  Hi my name is Flloyd Baptiste and Iím from Nkí mip my father is Lloyd Baptiste, my mother is Prudence Long.  I work with the fisheries Department of ONA. I look forward to being your guide!
  John Hall:John has recently become an ONA guide and was excited to learn to use down riggers and how to catch fish.  One day he hopes to own his own boat and fish bass for a living as he is already an avid fisherman!
   

 

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