Taking advantage before the last opening days

Published on September 16th, 2008 by Rodney

Because we are now entering a critical period of the troubling Interior/Thompson coho salmon return, Fisheries and Oceans Canada has implemented no salmon fishing in various sections of the Fraser River and its tributaries to coincide with their run-time. The Thompson River’s chinook salmon fishery will come to an end on Tuesday (September 16th, see fishery notice), so I decided to make a short trip to the river with my dad, who is visiting for a week. We joined Chris, who was on his way back from BC Senior Summer Games. The outing was brief and the fishing was fast. Within a couple of hours, we were able to land our quota of chinook salmon. As usual, once we caught our limit, we decided to stop fishing as we choose not to unnecessarily/accidentally kill more fish by catching and releasing.

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