Yet another misguided article in the Times Colonist, calling for Sportfisherman not to fish when the closures are lifted. https://www.timescolonist.com/opini...sake-of-orcas-don-t-hook-a-chinook-1.23884505 I have lost a lot of respect for the David Suzuki Foundation. Even the title " don't hook a Chinook" says a lot. Why are they not calling for the removal of nets from the Fraser River, which will have a far greater impact on restoring salmon runs. In addition they bring up concerns over the missing orca, without also pointing out that it believed some of the Orca remain in California waters, where record number of Chinooks are returning to the rivers. No talk of the impacts by pinheads. No talk of the abundance of Chinook being reported from Northern Vancouver Island and Haida Gawaii. Yet given the lack of a serious coordinated response from the sportfishing community, we can bet that closures will only get worse. It would be great if sport fisherman advocates near the Fraser and other rivers starting taking pictures to show the wall of nets that await chinook and post them on social media to make the public aware that sport fishing is not the problem here.