DBN said:Was out on Sunday with my son, looking forward to some great conditions (water level looked good, chum due to arrive). We fished the Mamquam and Squamish nearby. Not a bite. NO fihs visible ikn the clear pools. The conga line was on the banks of the Squamish as expected, but didn't see anyone with a fish on. Will try again next week, but the fish are definitely late this year.
If the fry live in the river for two years and then go out and come back in two years then I would say yes. But not sure of the cycle and when they leave the river for the ocean.If they stay for one year then hit the ocean for three years then next year should show us thw effects of the spill.markus23 said:Did the chemical spill in the Cheak have anything to do with it being slow?
Good! :thumbup:hotrod said:On another note the Squamish Nation has a litigation suit against CN and are suing for over 100 million in damages and other aspects of the case can't be revealed.A pretty good chance they will have to buck up.