Today, the SFI released a newsletter outlining the measure and mandatory requirements for boating, avoidance and closures. We are documenting it here for reference. We'd like to thank the SFI for making this information concise, and available to the general public.
Our Public Recreational Fishery is under attack. Fisheries Minister Wilkinson will be receiving DFO Management advice most likely in the week of March 11, 2019 with respect to management options for Fraser Chinook (Option A or Option B).
The average recreational fisherman may not realize they have a say in how our fisheries are managed. I’m hoping that you’ve taken interest in the process—an interest in being involved, and not just jumping to conclusions about what was discussed.
On February 5, the DFO released a letter designed to "communicate the Department’s approach for developing fisheries management actions to address conservation concerns for Fraser River Chinook in 2019."
A big thank you to all 327 people who took our quiz this year! After cleanup, there were 22 people who had scored 100%. Those people were entered into the draw to win from our prize pool. And the winners are....
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