Sockeye salmon are flooding into Campbell River and Fishermen Missing Out on Once in a Lifetime Salmon Run – Video

Sockeye salmon are flooding into Campbell River now in numbers never seen by lifelong fisherman, but there is growing frustration that quota limits mean the commercial fishing community is missing out on an ocean of opportunity. Watch the Video here 16:18

2 Responses to Sockeye salmon are flooding into Campbell River and Fishermen Missing Out on Once in a Lifetime Salmon Run – Video

  1. russ george says:

    These ocean pasture fed sockeye salmon are living proof that we can bring the fish back… This largest return of sockeye in history were treated to a restored ocean nursery pasture in 2012 when they swam out to sea as babies. Instead of mostly starving our restored and revived ocean pasture nurtured those sockeye along with Pink salmon and other species. Last year and this the salmon are restored to the level of abundance not seen for 100 years thanks to our work.

    We can bring the fish back. http://www.russgeorge.net

    • borehead says:

      I am absolutely intrigued by your experiment, for lack of a better term.
      I meant to respond to your last post when you said it could work out here. I agree with that.
      After thinking about this, and your courage to push the envelope, my question is, why can we not include calcium in the material?
      The next big thing, they claim, is acidification.
      Would it not have an affect on the shell building process of these little animals?
      I can barely spell science, so, please be patient with my notion!
      The more I read about this, the more I think about it.

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