32nd annual Sproat Loggers Winter Spring Derby located at Poett Nook Marina March 7th & 8th 2020. Family fun for all ages!
Tag Archives: Chinook
“This is an opening that is based on in-river abundance,” said Ed Walls.
"[Valued at $1.1 billion], the sport fishery is the largest economic driver of all B.C. fisheries."
The stomachs of your Chinook and coho salmon are no longer just crab bait; they can help us understand the ecosystem that supports our salmon resource.
Fishing from a pier and shoreline can be very productive in heavy bait gatherings, for rockfish, and during the salmon returns. In this article, we’ll help you improve your pier and shoreline jigging game.
When DFO reduced the size of a sport-caught Chinook to 80 cm, it made people in the fishing and tourism economies gape like a newly hooked lingcod.
How and why you should fish the Britsh Columbia coast with teaser heads and bait. This artile shows you how to set up you teaser heads and leaders.
With new Fraser River Chinook conservation measures in effect this year, there are a lot more posts about anglers catching and releasing Chinook. Heres how to do it.
As of today, April 16, 2019 an announcement was made for non-retention of Chinook. While how this decision will affect the BC economy overall, there has been tremendous concern on how a decision like this would affect local economies and businesses that depend on tourism—namely “recreational” sports fishing.
Vancouver Island is home to approximately 37 hatcheries, seven of which are major federally operated facilities. In addition, there are also 45 First Nations and non-profit community-based groups working toward one common goal: helping to enhance salmon stocks as well as to protect, maintain, and restore their natural habitat. In 2018...