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Get the Latest News of What's Happening in the Salmon Sport Fishery in BC

February 16th, 2022

This week The International Year of the Salmon (IYS) initiative and the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission (NPAFC) announce the launch of two Canadian vessels — the Sir John Franklin and the Raw Spirit — as part of the 2022 IYS Pan-Pacific Winter High Seas Expedition. The researchers are studying topics ranging from environmental DNA to salmon migration patterns to salmon diets. The Pacific Salmon Foundation is proud to have people — Drs. Brian Riddell, Christoph Deeg, and Svetlana Esenkulova — providing valuable research for salmon from this expedition.


Percy Walkus Hatchery Egg Take 2021

November 8, 2021

We are very pleased and proud to report that 2021 Wannock River Percy Walkus Hatchery egg take is complete. The crew only made one set today and caught 10 beautiful Chinook salmon in that set 5 boys and 5 girls 3 of the boys and one of the girls were our very own hatchery returns. Our program is working. In Early June, 2022 300,000 plus, these Chinook babies will be set free.


Recreational Fishing Limits, Openings and Closures in British Columbia by Fishery Management Area

August 17th, 2021

Click the link to stay up to date on British Columbia's sport fishery opening, closures and catch limits

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BC Outdoors Magazine - 2021 Fishing Product Review

May/June 2021

BC Outdoors magazine has been BC’s fishing and hunting authority since 1945. This article reviews top products for Spring 2021 that all angler in BC should consider.

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Pacific Salmon Stock Assessment and Research

March 5th, 2021

Stock assessment is an important part of the conservation and management of Pacific salmon which helps us make informed, evidence-based fisheries management decisions

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