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 on: Today at 12:52:44 PM 
Started by chris gadsden - Last post by chris gadsden
Yes , make sure its a organic free range one.
Yes and not like caged salmon. ::)

 on: Today at 12:28:26 PM 
Started by chris gadsden - Last post by salmonrook
I need to go buy a turkey actually. Seems like there are a few on this thread.
Yes , make sure its a organic free range one.

 on: Today at 12:20:41 PM 
Started by dennisK - Last post by dennisK
$1500 reel + $700 rod + $10,000 to get to Ascension islands.

Worth every penny.

back story:

 on: Today at 11:45:38 AM 
Started by nosey - Last post by SPEYMAN
So you think that a law enacted in 2012 does not apply now? Guides are gives special treatment not afforded to others. Non residents can hire a guide and be allowed to fish waters closed to other non resident anglers. That is special treatment for guides.

 on: Today at 10:38:51 AM 
Started by Pacific Angler - Last post by Pacific Angler

A momentary break in the nasty weather has allowed the local rivers to drop into a high but fishable state. Unfortunately, more rain is expected over the weekend, and this will likely push the rivers back out of the realm of fishability. The good news is, next week is supposed to be dry for the most part, and the temperature will drop below freezing for a few consecutive nights. This should give us a good window to get out and do some early winter steelhead fishing, at least until the next warm rain front moves in!

Read FULL Fishing Report

 on: Today at 10:37:02 AM 
Started by Rodney - Last post by Rodney
This topic has been moved to Fishing-related Issues & News.

 on: Today at 08:37:52 AM 
Started by StillAqua - Last post by nosey
   In 1980 I worked for Marine Pipe doing a series of loops on the then Trans Mountain now Kinder Morgan line through the Coquihalla river basin. I can't remember the exact amount of river crossings but it was in the low to mid teens. The pipeline follows the entire length of the river from the lake to the Fraser. When they twin it the same route will be followed they can't avoid it.
   When you do a river crossing it involves excavators digging a 2-3 meter deep trench up to 15 meter wide depending on the amount of sluff you have across the river dragging a huge piece of 24" pipe weighted down with big concrete clamp on weights into the trench then burying it with the gravel you bailed out.
   It doesn't matter at all whether or not you are in fish habitat, fish bearing water, active spawning beds or whatever, that is the route the pipeline takes and that is the route and the methods they'll use when they twin it. The timing of the work is not done to minimize the impact on the fish, it is done when the water levels are at their lowest to minimize the expense of the work.
   This is the way it's done, this is the way it'll be done again when they twin the Kinder Morgan line, there is nobody out there to look out for the fish, get used to it, that pipeline will be rammed down our throats or up where ever whether we like it or not.

 on: Today at 08:27:17 AM 
Started by Ambassador - Last post by RalphH
The Left Kreh NXT rods are available as complete outfits for $250. That leaves extra $ for a second reel spool and a sinking line.That's all your dad would probably need at this point. Up the line the BVK rods look really nice.

 on: Today at 07:09:51 AM 
Started by Rodney - Last post by banx

 on: Today at 07:01:18 AM 
Started by nosey - Last post by RalphH
I dont quote anything yet nor do you guys, rather we are both making assumptions.   

I am not making any assumptions. There is no binding legal right to sportfish let alone a locked system of licensing. As I said licensing structures is set by regulation not legislation. I think these are facts of how government operates that you don't understand.

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