Illegal Harvest of Vegetation in Squamish Estuary Wildlife Management Area

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There have been recent incidents of people harvesting vegetation commercially in the Wildlife Management Area at the Squamish Estuary. This is an illegal activity as there have been no permits issued. The area is a Wildlife Management Area (WMA) and falls into BC Parks legislative areas. Recently truck loads of an important native shrub were removed with total disregard for … Read More

Enforcement is Up – Know Your Regulations

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Please adhere to the regulations as enforcement is up. I personally have been checked more this year than any other year in my guiding career! Good to see officers out there. There is ZERO retention of ANY wild fish in the Squamish/Cheakamus River systems. To be clear on this, if the water is moving ie a river/stream in Region 2 … Read More

WFFC Poland 2010 Photos

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Clint Goyette Competing on River San Sector III Beat 22 WFFC Poland 2010 Brown Trout on PT Hot Spot Nymph – Solinka River Poland My First European Grayling on the River Solinka View some photos taken by John Nishi of Team Canada here: Photos by Clint Goyette and Kristy Hughes: For results and added video please visit: … Read More

Islander Reels Sponsors Team Canada for World Fly Fishing Championships

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Thank you to Barry Stokes and Islander Reels for supporting Team Canada in their quest for Gold at the 30th World Fly Fishing Championships in Poland, June 2010. For more information on the 30th World Fly Fishing Championships visit: For information on World Class Fly Fishing Reels made by Islander visit:

Important Fish and Wildlife Habitat Secured in the Sea to Sky Corridor

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJanuary 27, 2010 Important Fish and Wildlife Habitat Secured in the Sea to Sky Corridor SQUAMISH, B.C. – The Land Conservancy of BC and the District of Squamish are pleased to announce the protection of over seven hectares of fish and wildlife habitat in the heart of the District of Squamish. Known as the Squamish Mamquam Blind Channel … Read More