In this section, you will find articles that discuss common issues found in British Columbia's fisheries. These issues include conservation, regulations, anglers' ethics and restoration projects.
|Chilliwack River Steelhead Brood Collection Program
Each year, volunteer anglers capture wild winter steelhead for Chilliwack River's hatchery steelhead program between January and April.
|Don't kill it just because it is ugly!
Sportfishermen should not leave sculpins to die on land simply because they are not pretty in the eyes.
|Fishing line... Love it, hate it!
Fishing line is an important part of a fisherman's gear, but when disposed irresponsibly, it can be deadly for wildlife.
|Stabilizing Work Underway on Chilliwack River
Work has begun on stabilizing the major clay slides along the Upper Chilliwack River to improve fish habitat and fishing opportunities.
|Steelhead hatchery program, a success story!
Chilliwack River's steelhead fishing opportunities have been excellent due to its successful hatchery program.
|The cost of two socks
Anglers are allowed to take home two fish each day during the Fraser River sockeye salmon opening, but at what cost?
|When should you not keep a salmon in rivers?
When should you not keep a salmon while fishing in BC rivers for them as season comes to an end?