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chinookslayer

get'em while you can it's open in non tidal.
so the fraser good to fish!
Luker

YEa Cant wait to go leaveing tommerow
HookMeister

for how long??
chinookslayer

Effective 00:01 hrs Thursday August 3, you may retain two (2) sockeye per day
in that portion of the Fraser River from the CPR Bridge at Mission, BC upstream
to Alexandra Bridge.

Anglers are reminded that fishing is allowed during daylight hours only from
one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset. Check your local newspaper
for these times.

Landstrom Bar Closure - The area described below remains closed until October
31, 2006:

Those waters of the Fraser River inside a line beginning at a fishing boundary
sign on the eastern end of Landstrom Bar, then to a fishing boundary sign on
the opposite bank, then to a fishing boundary sign on the southern end of Croft
Island, then westerly to a fishing boundary sign on the nearest bank of the
river, then following the river bank to the beginning point.

Variation Order No. 2006-374.

Notes:

Barbless hooks are required when fishing for salmon in tidal and non-tidal
waters of British Columbia. This includes all species of fish in the Fraser
River.

Anglers are requested to release any hatchery marked sockeye. These fish are
hatchery raised sockeye and part of a recovery program designed to increase the
numbers of Cultus Lake sockeye.

until they say it's closed maybe 1 week maybe 2 weeks

have fun: Chinookslayer
chinookslayer

Sounds pretty quite on here,all must be out nail sock's & Springs!

Cheers tight lines!
Beak007

Ya, happy snagging everyone.
bahram149

yah,thats fraser river and salmon.do u have any other method for them?
sage-rage

hahah happy flossing
chinookslayer

you would be the odd one if your bar fishing! not that there's anything wrong with bar fishing! it can get a little boring if you know what i mean.When every one around was limited out hours ago! so go with the flow when socks are done,back to bar fishing!

chinookslayer

Recreational fisheries for Fraser River sockeye in South Coast marine waters
remain open (FN0560, FN0609). In-river recreational fisheries above Mission
Bridge opened earlier this week (FN0616).
The Yak

no pics yet?....
chinookslayer

Recreational fisheries for sockeye in South Coast marine waters (FN-0560, FN-
0609) and the Fraser River above Mission (FN-0616) remain open to sockeye
retention.

chinookslayer

Officials of Health Canada and the Interior Health Authority advise that
analysis of salmon taken from the Fraser River after the coal spill occurrence
on Monday July 31, 2006 at Lytton, B.C., indicates that there is no evidence of
contamination from the spill.

DFO advises that if prepared properly using standard food cleanliness
practices, consumption of the fish does not present a threat to the health of
consumers.




stink finger

sushi?
chinookslayer

Recreational:

Recreational fisheries for sockeye in South Coast marine waters and the Fraser
River above Mission remain open to sockeye retention.

Commercial:

Area B seine closed as scheduled Monday 14-Aug in Johnstone and the fishery inn
Juan de Fuca Strait was extended by one additional day of fishing for today
August 15. Area E gill net in the Fraser River opened today (August 15) and
will close as scheduled tonight. Area D gill net will reopen August 17 at 18:00
hrs for 24 hours and will be evaluated Friday August 18 for possible extension.
Area H troll continues on as scheduled for ITQ vessels and remains closed for
the regular competitive fishery as they have achieved their catch target at
current run size. Area G troll closed remains closed as they have also reached
their catch target at the current run size.

The Panel will meet again on Friday August 18 to evaluate the status of the
Fraser River sockeye salmon runs and to consider regulatory actions.


chinookslayer

The Fraser River Panel met today and reviewed stock assessment data on the
Fraser sockeye runs and considered harvest opportunities. Assessments of Fraser
sockeye abundance migrating through the marine approach areas in August
continue to indicate a steady but lower than expected passage of sockeye. The
diversion rate of Fraser River sockeye through Johnstone Strait has increased
since last week and is presently estimated to be slightly over 50%. Estimates
of sockeye migrating into the Fraser River have increased in recent days.

Recreational:

Recreational fisheries for sockeye in South Coast marine waters (see FN-0560,
FN0609 for details) and the Fraser River above Mission (see FN-0616 for
details) remain open to sockeye retention.

The Panel will meet again on August 22 to evaluate the status of the Fraser
River sockeye salmon runs and to consider regulatory actions.


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