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On the Little Q. 15 10 21

On the Little Q. 15 10 21

“An atmospheric river”, is how the radio report termed it. Such were the expected weather conditions about to set in for tonight and tomorrow. The area slated to get pounded by rain ought to extend roughly from Fanny Bay down Island to Nanoose Bay. That puts the...

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On the Beaches… Lately

On the Beaches… Lately

Slim pickin’s is the best way to describe Coho fishing along the beaches from about Deep Bay down Island to Englishman river. Sporadic appearances of a few fish from time to time keep hopes alive. Some Coho have been seen passing through various beach fishing areas,...

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Pearls In The Oyster

Pearls In The Oyster

Cam phoned me Sunday night and said I think we can cross the Oyster, do you want to go give it a try tomorrow? Of course I said yes, knowing full well it was going to rain biblically on Monday morning, but the afternoon looked better. We went to the stretch of river...

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Tangled Lines

What the Hell?!!

What the Hell?!!

So, does the Provincial Fisheries Branch have nothing better to do than follow my ramblings – see previous fishing report on the Gold River -- and try to thwart me at every turn? Check this out:...

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SEINING THE OYSTER – 14 SEPTEMBER 2021

The hatchery manager, Lyle, called for the first netting of the season, the target fish were pinks.  Unfortunately, the volunteer turnout was rather disappointing ~ although we had three DFO swimmers, the number of others was pretty small, requiring some members to...

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On the Little Q. — New Technology Installed

On the Little Q. — New Technology Installed

On a recent trip up to the salmon hatchery on the Little Qualicum river a discovery was made. In the spawning channel entrance there were some 3” diameter black ABS plastic pipes attached to the concrete raceway walls; two sets of them spaced a few metres apart. Each...

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