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I was watching my maps and dreaming about all the rivers I would probably never fish when I realized that there are 5 classified rivers in regions 1-14 and 1-15 of the freshwater regulation. These rivers are so remote that I do not think I will get myself into trouble by talking about them. They are the Ahnuhati, Kakweiken, Kingcome, Seymour and Wakeman. Did anybody fish them or have some info about them? Why are these waters classified? Are there really people fishing these rivers?
Just to dream a bit more... :happy:
 

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Steely said:
You cant fish just anywhere? What about the lakes and rivers that are not indicated in the freshwater fishing regulation book? Can they still be fished? ???
There are province-wide regulations i.e. you must hold a valid license, you must use a barbless hook to fish for salmon, etc. Then there are area specific regulations. i.e. different retention limits in each region. If there is a body of water that is an exception to these provincial and regional regulations, that body of water is then listed and the exceptions to the general regulations are listed. i.e. catch and release, fly only, limited opening, etc. If the water is not specifically named in the synopsis, then the provincial and regional regulations apply to it.
 
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