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TIDAL PORTION OF THE FRASER RIVER (downstream of the CPR bridge at Mission, BC)

Effective 00:01 hours October 6, 2007 to 23:59 hours December 31, 2007, in the
tidal portion of the Fraser River you may use bait when fishing for salmon and
you may retain:

-two (2) hatchery marked coho per day (No retention of wild Coho);
- four (4) Chinook per day, only one of which may be greater than 62 cm;
- four (4) pink per day;
- four (4) chum per day; and
- zero (0) sockeye per day.

FRASER RIVER - MISSION TO HOPE, BC

Effective 00:01 hours October 09, 2007 to 23:59 hours December 31, 2007, in
those waters of the Fraser River upstream of the CPR bridge at Mission to the
Highway No. 1 Bridge at Hope, you may use bait when fishing for salmon and you
may retain:

- two (2) hatchery marked coho per day (No retention of wild Coho);
- four (4) Chinook per day, only one of which may be greater than 62 cm;
- four (4) pink per day;
- two (2) chum per day; and
- Fishing for sockeye remains closed.

FRASER RIVER - HOPE TO SAWMILL CREEK

Effective 00:01 hours October 12, 2007 to 23:59 hours December 31, 2007, in
those waters of the Fraser River upstream of the Highway No. 1 Bridge at Hope
to the confluence with Sawmill Creek you may use bait when fishing for salmon
and you may retain:

- two (2) hatchery marked coho per day (No retention of wild Coho);
- four (4) Chinook per day, only one of which may be greater than 62 cm;
- four (4) pink per day;
- two (2) chum per day; and
- zero (0) sockeye per day.

Variation Orders No. 2007-363 in effect.

Notes:
There is an aggregate daily limit of four salmon per day from all tidal and non-
tidal waters of the Province.

Barbless hooks are required when fishing for salmon in tidal and non-tidal
waters of British Columbia. This includes all species of fish in the Fraser
River.

The term hatchery marked means a fish that has a healed scar in place of the
adipose fin.

Sport anglers are encouraged to participate in the voluntary Salmon Sport Head
Recovery program by labelling and submitting heads from adipose fin-clipped
chinook and coho salmon. Recovery of coded-wire tags provides critical
information for coast-wide stock assessment. Contact the Salmon Sport Head
Recovery Program at (866) 483-9994 for further information.

Did you witness suspicious fishing activity or a violation? If so, please call
the Fisheries and Ocean Canada 24-hour toll free Observe, Record, Report line
at (800) 465-4336.

For the 24 hour recorded opening and closure line, call toll free at (866) 431-
FISH.
 
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