I’ll fall on my literary sword immediately and ‘fess up to the obvious – it has been far too long[…]Read more
Fraser sockeye and other things.
The arrival of the end of July can truly be described as mid-summer and as such it’s worth considering where[…]Read more
Catch Monitoring and the June Creel Survey
Recently the first of the South Coast Creel Survey’s (SCCS) for 2017 was released, covering the month of June. Catch[…]Read more
Now that we’re fast headed for the middle of July I’d like to comment on two different aspects of the[…]Read more
No respect and defying commonsense.
In this piece I’ll be touching on several topics that have come to mind as deserving of comment, the first[…]Read more
A welcome U-turn.
It was one of the more notable U-turns in recent memory by a federal agency, certainly in the field of[…]Read more
The Department of No?
I had intended to comment on the following in a more timely way but I got caught up in a[…]Read more
Stomach Contents Survey
With June fast approaching as a generalization the chinook fishing at the very top end of the Strait of Georgia[…]Read more
Outside Yelloweye Rockfish – Again.
A month ago I wrote about what I described as the front burner issue in recreational fisheries management for the[…]Read more
Citizen Science and Avid Anglers
Citizen science – it is a phrase becoming more widely used, simply because more and more citizens are undertaking basic[…]Read more