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May 25th Fish Report For Esperanza/Nootka Sound

By Reel Obsession, May 29th, 2018

Halibut fishing has been excellent in all the regular spots. The pinnacles at 8 mile, the C&B, and the “T” ha ...

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Spring 2018 Fish Report and News Letter

By Reel Obsession, May 22nd, 2018

June, July and August are Sold Out!

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Seals: Taking a bite out of salmon survival

By Pacific Salmon Foundation, Dec 13th, 2017

When seals became federally protected in 1970, their numbers increased exponentially around the Strait of Georgia fro ...

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Tracking Salmon Like Never Before!

By Pacific Salmon Foundation, Dec 12th, 2017

The Salish Se ...

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Salish Sea Marine Survival Project: The Final Phase

By Pacific Salmon Foundation, Dec 4th, 2017

The Pacific Salmon Foundation has spent the last three years collecting an unprecedented amount of data on what is li ...

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Snakes That Swim with Salmon

By Larry Pynn, Jan 30th, 2017

Snakes have a long-held reputation for being sneaky. And garter snakes on the Cowichan River in southeastern Vancouve ...

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Ferry Passengers Research What Affects Salmon in Salish Sea

By Pacific Salmon Foundation, Dec 13th, 2016

Ferry passengers use an app to collect ocean data for the Salish Sea Marine Sur ...

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Restoring Kelp Habitat for Salmon

By Pacific Salmon Foundation, Dec 6th, 2016

Rob Zielinkski owns Hornby Diving and volunteers with Project Watershed, the Ni ...

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A Guide's Story

By Sportfishing BC , Mar 22nd, 2016

Nick Yanchuk, longtime guide and lodge owner in the Ucluelet and Bamfield areas, tells us why he chose the Westcoast ...

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Seattle Times, King TV, and Science Direct Report Puget Sound Fish full of Drugs

By Ole's Hakai Pass Salmon Fishing Lodge, Mar 17th, 2016

A new study brings to light the incidence of

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