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May 09, 2011

Dave Vedder

A panel of scientists spent the last six months looking into the future of BC's second-largest wild salmon fishery
The pollock fishery is only one of several problems that have led to the decline of the Yukon River chinook run.
The present study will be published in Nature
The commercial fishing deaths accumulated off the California, Oregon and Washington coasts from 2000 to 2006 totaled 58
California water operations threaten survival of iconic salmon fishery
The report, "Fish Out of Water: How Water Management in the Bay-Delta Threatens the Future of California's Salmon Fishery," describes how the State Water Project and Central Valley Project contribute to declining salmon populations
The aquaculture sector - otherwise known as fish farming - will need to produce 80.5 million tons per year just to maintain current per capita fish consumption
The bill establishes a point system against a commercial fishing permit holder for a conviction of commercial fishing laws
Studies have shown that as many as 75 percent of Salmon caught off western Vancouver Island are U.S. bound Salmon
A trip to scenic Tanaku Lodge in southeast Alaska promises to deliver action with a variety of cold-water species, and keep you coming back for more.