I have posted similar requests in the past, but having another shot in case there is some new info. We (UVic researchers) are interested in hearing reports of where folks are (or have in the past) encountered small Chinook during winter and early spring in the Strait of Georgia. Focus is on the period from December to April... not the fall (September/October) when these small fish are quite widespread. Particularly we are interested in fish less than 35 cm (~14 inches) which would be in their first ocean winter (most of these will in fact be less than 30 cm (12 inches). Any and all reports or suggestions are appreciated.