Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Catch comes in ... Catch Ships out. Prince Rupert's Canadian Fish Plant a busy place these last few days

The Canadian Fish Plant on George Hills Way is just one of a number of busy fish plants harvesting the latest returns from the North Pacific waters, with the loading bay for the Canadian Fish facility among the busiest in the city at the moment.

Trucks were backed up two to three deep at the back bay of the Rushbrook approach area this afternoon awaiting their turn at the loading dock to take the catch from recent days to point south.

Trucks are lined up and awaiting their loads as activity at
the Canadian Fish Plant ramps up through July

How The Department of Fisheries and Oceans sees the 2022-23  fishing season moving forward is explored as part of the Integrated Fisheries plan that was released earlier this month. 

The document providing for DFO's view of the state of the Skeena, Nass and other fisheries of the Northwest, Central Coast region and Haida Gwaii.

The full documentation can be reviewed here

The Skeena-Nass and area observations starts at page three hundred of the Plan.

The stock thresholds and process of closure, if required is outlined on page 315.

Towards fishing advice, DFO's Fisheries Notice page can be accessed here.

More notes on the Fishery on the North Coast can be explored through our archive page.

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