Inland Fish


Small streams in the southern part of B.C. are often fished out quite quickly and are hard to build up again. This program looks at techniques for doing so and an allocation system that affords good recreational fishing without having to deplete the resource. Director of Fisheries David Narver is interviewed. Topics include setting aside some waters for fly fishers only and an update on the time-worn problem of Steelhead being intercepted by the commercial net fisheries. In the picture portion, 10-year old "Jonathan" lands a 24-lb. Steelhead on the Skeena River. Note: this program was rebroadcast as Program 9 in 1987.

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