On May 20, 2016 Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) announced its intention
yes the tags is fine if we can go out say from Canada Day to November . And we can use say 20 tags if we want the one time if its lots of fish and working and don’t have a lot time.
any one no hear yet if there talk on 2017 food fishery and if there will be tags not
hello. was hoping some one would no if there going to be a food fishery 2017 with out tags or with. as well as if theres any talks on dates yet.
could any one tell me if there any talk on the dates for 2017 N.L food fishery. is there going to be tags
yes there should be tags there was to much abuse in the past
This past year was my first experience fishing salt water. What a fishery we have here!. My wife and I decided to retire here in NL and so we did. I find some of the guides confusing and hard to interpret however I did experience an Atlantic salmon both at the end of a fly and my fork!
As far as the salt water fishing, I have met and fished with a great deal of new friends here and despite some of the stories I had heard of, all fishers observed the rules except one! That was heartening.
Tags and licences are probably not required however I have no problem with that as long as the monies collected are kept and directly used by the DFO. (Provincial). The salmon are a valuable stock and many many times last summer and the one before, I was asked if I wanted to by fresh salmon!
I believe that the apprehension of 2016, was but the tip of the iceberg and more enforcement is required. Please consider a deputy programm as Conservation and the Guardians are spread way to thin, plus most poaching occurs outside of your business hours.
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