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QUINSAM FISHING – 22 JULY 2021

QUINSAM FISHING – 22 JULY 2021

TheCourtJester drove TheDagger to the Swing Pool; there were the usual number of walkers, with and without dogs.  In addition, there a few NCAs, some flyfishing and others spinning; Dagger gave advice to one of the beginners.  Finally, EyeTee came by to report his...

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QUINSAM FISHING – 20 JULY 2021

QUINSAM FISHING – 20 JULY 2021

After the morning’s “work” at ORES, TheCourtJester drove to the Swing Pool, alone.  Well, he had lots of company in the area ~ a total of five dog-walkers and seven dogs (the last three  were very noisy), as well as several just plain walkers.  Also, before gearing...

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On the Campbell 12 07 21

On the Campbell 12 07 21

Did a quick recc’y of the Campbell river. Looking for early run Pink salmon, of course. Water discharge was recorded at 38 cubic metres per second, down from 64 cm/s a day or so prior. Super clear, full sun at my back, visibility was perfect. No pinks seen in the Line...

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Tangled Lines

Little Q. Estuary Follow Up

Little Q. Estuary Follow Up

OK, so today I went on a ground-truthing sortie on the Little Qualicum river, downstream of the Highway 19A bridge; trying to find any evidence of tidal water boundary signs. It was low slack tide, that made for easy and refreshing wet-wading down the stream channel....

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No Simple Answer

No Simple Answer

And here I thought it was such a simple request; Can you show or tell me where the tidal water boundary is located on the Little Qualicum river?   With the recent seasonal closure to angling on the Little Q. now enacted, one needs to know exactly where the...

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Big Qualicum River 02 07 21

Big Qualicum River 02 07 21

Cruised over to the Big Qualicum river to see if the annual riverbed scarification undertaking had begun... the water was running clear, so, no muck-raking taking place today. There were, however, noticeable renovations to some streamside features. The aging...

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