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well I did some more researchand I got another question for ya :beerchug:

here is region ones section in the freshwater salmon supplement

1.Unless otherwise stated in the table, the daily aggregate limit for all species in all water of Region 1 is zero (0)
2. the daily aggregate limit for Pacific salmon (other than kokanee) from tidal and non-tidal waters combined is four (4)

3. All retained chinook and sockeye must measure...
??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ???
so in a nutshell does this mean that you can fish for salmon in unlisted waters or not??

cheers :cheers:
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sorry about my noobishness ;D I've fished the frasier and vedder alot but now I'm starting to want to try some more "off the beaten track" rivers :thumbup:
 

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in a nut shell, you may fish for salmon in unlisted waters, however with 0 retention allowed. i would be very carefull of where you fish however as some of these systems may be very fragile and do not need the fishing pressure.
 

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hey thanks sts :drunk:

the river I'm planning on fishing has been a favorite camping spot of mine for quite some time so I've been able to watch it quite a bit and it has quite a strong run :thumbup:

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