Well Dave, you guys did a great job studying Fraser River sockeye. Too bad all that research with, IYO, the best fisheryscientists in the world couldn't have better informed ways to stem their decline.
Originally Posted by Dave
Please don't take this as my being snide but, over the 37 years you worked for DFO, how many taxpayer dollars did you guys get to research ways to prevent the effects from Kudoa in wild fish including Fraser sockeye entering the marketplace? While you're digging up the answer, I'll see how many were spent supporting reesearch into farmed salmon to prevent same. We can then compare and that comparison may help explain why your opinion is that salmon farming is here to stay in B.C.
Hehe--- if he is a such good researcher, he will find the shorten CV I previously posted. I am not going to waste my time ,
Originally Posted by lorneparker1
Hey!!! been fishing locally? Hopefully I will get my boat repairs finished so I can get out on the water again.
I couldnt agree more Dave. Kudoa is very common and relatively harmless to fish until it is dead then it breaks down the flesh making it undisiarable for human consumption.
Last edited by Trucking eh; 01-16-2013 at 12:36 PM.