Mark Hume VANCOUVER Published May 22, 2011Updated May 3, 2018 Comments He called himself "king of the Fraser River native fishery." He had 20 guys working for him and could deliver big numbers of salm...
Read this yesterday and interesting findings! TY for sharing!
Thank you Larry.
They need to do that study over a 10 year period to come up with enough data to know anything concrete - changing water temperatures may have changed migration routes making this a blip in the radar screen of so called science - the information is interesting but for me there needs to be a history to know anything as scientific
The commercial herring roe fishery in the Salish Sea may be the final nail in the coffin of chinook, resident orca and seabirds. In June of 1893, a small steam tug thumped past Nanaimo. Abruptly, the ...
This is what commercial herring fishing looks like. 21,000 tons of herring will be harvested in just one small Canadian fishery alone. That’s about 130 million fish, which could feed 100 humpback whales all summer or between 400,000 and 900,000 Chinook salmon for an entire year. Instead, herring is heavily fished for luxury Japanese food, pet food and feed for farmed Atlantic salmon, among others. Credit to Sitka.ca #captainlarry ... See MoreSee Less