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Jesse Zeman 9h
says all bycatch including are to be released alive and unharmed. It seems the litt indicates that is impossible. This is well documented on the Fraser with both sockeye and coho.
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InteriorFraserSteelhead 6h
Replying to @JZThinAir
The Skeetchstn (Deadman) band also cryogenically preserved male sperm about 30 years ago. Thank goodness for their foresight, it might come in handy.
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Jesse Zeman 11h
Wonders why a person has to spend hours/week emailing ATIP and to get data, science and correspondence on buried scientific research documents for listing from and gov or .
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Jesse Zeman 11h
Sept 21 will be 1 year since the peer-reviewed research document for the Canadian Scientific Advisory Secretariat process for & was completed. Nearly one year later the refuses to share it with the public.
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Nortwest Chrome 9h
We need help deciding what our next video should be on. Anything you guys struggle with we can give you some help with?
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Jesse Zeman Sep 14
Replying to @JZThinAir
The trouble is what will follow that is a net fishery, the same type the tell us are killing off these fish. The trouble is nets fish all day and are non-selective; they kill everything from to .
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Jane Thornthwaite Sep 16
Visiting to see how travels/jumps up the river and on the Fraser showed us how gill nets are harming and stocks
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Rocky Barker Sep 17
Jim Robbins tells the critical story of Middle Fork River .
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Paul's Guide Service Sep 17
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Jane Thornthwaite Sep 17
What to do about ? Getting so many perspectives from experts here at Guichon creek! Hey that name sounds familiar. This creek flooded because of over harvesting. Fish depend on forests too
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InteriorFraserSteelhead Sep 16
Worth noting that the 42 day rolling closure imposed by is exactly half that recommended by B.C. Protecting the margins is important for genetic resiliency.
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Jesse Zeman Sep 14
Today on and and the Government of Canada have added another nail in the coffin for these fish. Attached is the evidence, but first a recap.
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American Rivers Sep 13
We have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to restore and , ensure clean energy and invest in the Northwest's economy. Let’s take it.
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Paul's Guide Service Sep 17
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Paul's Guide Service Sep 16
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TRACY L. LEHR Sep 17
trout trapping underway to help the species.
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Jane Thornthwaite 11h
This morning the visited re 2019 transportation project
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Mail Tribune Sep 17
A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) grant will target 16 area dams over the next three years as a way to reclaim fish habitat. Here are details on what project officials hope to accomplish.
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LANCE OROZCO Sep 17
Efforts To Save Endangered California Steelhead On Central Coast Get Major Boost
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Waterworks-Lamson Sep 17
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