B.C. conservation groups seek emergency protection for SRKW

Discussion in 'Conservation, Fishery Politics and Management.' started by Derby, Jan 30, 2018.

  1. Derby

    Derby Well-Known Member

    Last edited: Jan 30, 2018
  2. Dave

    Dave Well-Known Member

    So, if sports fishing closures are not enacted, now, how else will these whales find enough chinook to eat? I can see increased hatchery production coming soon but it will probably not be not fast enough to make a difference.
  3. Derby

    Derby Well-Known Member

    well..I'm on the record with a balance approach using many of the tools in the tool box to find a measureable and balance approach in help the SRKW...
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  4. chromatose007

    chromatose007 Active Member

    Hmmm... That's strange, they forgot to insert any mention of the main competitors to the Orcas ie: Seals and Sealions. BRUTAL
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  5. wildmanyeah

    wildmanyeah Well-Known Member

    Still applies

  6. ILHG

    ILHG Well-Known Member

    Grr.. how can the most intelligent mammal second to humans (sometimes) starve to death when surrounded by other food sources..

    One word... "Darwinism".
  7. wildmanyeah

    wildmanyeah Well-Known Member

    That’s a good point maybe we should chum the waters with seal meat for them
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  8. OldBlackDog

    OldBlackDog Well-Known Member

  9. ericl

    ericl Well-Known Member

    Suzuki is correct on his points. He neglects to list Seal Predation as a cause which hurts his credibility. I like the part about acting too late. Down here in WA rockfish descending devices became required to have onboard last year - about 10 years after Puget Sound was closed to Rockfish fishing/retention.
  10. Derby

    Derby Well-Known Member

    We are asking DFO to make the descending device mandatory for the 2018 season....
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