I don't doubt they put them in a revival tank and release them but the fact that they were caught in a gill net is definitely a strike or two agaist the fish. gill netting can' t be considered "selective" can it?the decision to open the fishery will be made in late October once the majority of the run has gone past Albion. So far there have been 4 caught at Albion and by this time last year it was the same number. In 2008 , the year the river did not open there had been 6 caught at Alibion by this time.
On another note for Hue-nut, the steelhead caught at Albion are released back into the river alive and are not killed intentionaly by the test boat
just so the record is straight ,you were the one on the warm water steelhead thread and this one taking shots at people. do you need me to highlight them ?Hows headway going on the water use plan for the Nicola?????
Yah, I thought so.
I make no profit off the Thompson Jim, in fact I,d say that river has about sucked my pockets dry from missed work, gas and hotel bills over the years.
Just a fact that without a new plan T steel are FUBAR ed, people and environmental damage just keeps chipping away at their numbers, straight facts.
Still full of Sh!t talk eh.