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 on: Today at 09:27:03 AM 
Started by mythbai - Last post by Adamski76
I have to first editorialize on this issue. Some folks complain that the regulations are often so complicated as to indecipherable. Well this particular reg is very clear yet here is a case where someone gets confused. Take your time and read the regs;

look at the regs for coho. There are 2

1) above 216th street there is no fishing for coho from April 1st to Aug 31st. It does not apply downstream of 216th street to the Pitt River.

 Pretty simple

2) this one pertains to all the  river downstream of the fishing boundary signs at Allco Park.It clearly states you can keep a hatchery coho for the entire river downstream of those signs from Oct1st to Dec 31st.

Just as simple
   
So you want a chance to keep a coho you can do that anywhere downstream of the boundary described in 2) from Oct 1st till Dec 31st right down to the Pitt River.

BTW there are no adult coho in the river in the April 1 to Aug 31st and the river is closed to all fishing above 216th April 1 to July 31st.

One piece of advice - people who ask too many questions like this tend to get ignored. Try to work things out on your own.
Thanks for the clarification... makes sense and as to asking to many questions I don't think there is such thing no one should be ignored. We ask cause we want to learn and that's what these forums are educational tools people who don't ask questions and assume things tend to make mistakes thus sometimes having a negative impact on the fisheries and environment.

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 on: Today at 09:22:49 AM 
Started by Fisherbob - Last post by Fisherbob
Fun fact for some. Hehe
http://www.alaskasalmonranching.com/dooby-ous-activity-threatening-salmon/

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 on: Today at 09:14:41 AM 
Started by Fisherbob - Last post by Fisherbob
Page 75. :)
http://www.npafc.org/new/publications/Documents/PDF%202012/1422(Canada).pdf

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 on: Today at 09:09:53 AM 
Started by Adamski76 - Last post by RalphH
there are usually some coho there by this time so go try it out if you want. It's still 10 days to 2 weeks before fish really start to show in the Harrison.

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 on: Today at 09:07:38 AM 
Started by mythbai - Last post by RalphH
I have to first editorialize on this issue. Some folks complain that the regulations are often so complicated as to indecipherable. Well this particular reg is very clear yet here is a case where someone gets confused. Take your time and read the regs;

look at the regs for coho. There are 2

1) above 216th street there is no fishing for coho from April 1st to Aug 31st. It does not apply downstream of 216th street to the Pitt River.

 Pretty simple

2) this one pertains to all the river downstream of the fishing boundary signs at Allco Park.It clearly states you can keep a hatchery coho for the entire river downstream of those signs from Oct1st to Dec 31st.

Just as simple

So you want a chance to keep a coho you can do that anywhere downstream of the boundary described in 2) from Oct 1st till Dec 31st right down to the Pitt River.

BTW there are no adult coho in the river in the April 1 to Aug 31st and the river is closed to all fishing above 216th April 1 to July 31st.

One piece of advice - people who ask too many questions like this tend to get ignored. Try to work things out on your own.


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 on: Today at 08:27:36 AM 
Started by Adamski76 - Last post by Adamski76
Has anyone fished the the beach for coho next to the boat lunch(throwing spoons, blades or jigs)? I remember going there about 20 years ago with my dad but can't recall if we ever caught anything besides pinks.
Thinking about heading out that way this weekend...?



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 on: Today at 07:37:15 AM 
Started by dave c - Last post by RalphH
What snaggers & flossers on the Chedder? Snagging, when did that start (rotflmao)?Why don't they just close it down! ;D

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 on: Today at 07:32:14 AM 
Started by mythbai - Last post by Adamski76
check out the retention limits here:

http://www.pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fm-gp/rec/fresh-douce/region2-eng.html

now bookmark that page grasshopper!

Thanks for the link but I already have it bookmarked and I'm only asking because someone at my local shop said that I am but what I'm getting from the regulations is little confusing it mentions above 216 and bellow Allco fishing boundary signs. Pls clarify. Thank you

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 on: Today at 07:23:44 AM 
Started by Humpy - Last post by clarkii
Thanks Hook!

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 on: Today at 07:18:26 AM 
Started by Fisherbob - Last post by Fisherbob
One or the other? Or both? At least we can keep an eye on both. I have noticed over the years that I am not catching the size of salmon I use to. Too many fish on the range?

http://www.cbbulletin.com/399883.aspx

Looks like a lot of money heads home with seasonal workers in Alaska.
http://www.adn.com/article/feds-correct-ban-alaska-fish-processing-jobs-j-1-visa-program

The great "wild" bi-catch scam. Over loading the range and cutting the grass also.

http://articles.latimes.com/2009/apr/07/nation/na-alaska-fishing7

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