British Columbia Salmon Run Timing Report Now Available On The Internet

A new webpage publishes data showing the weekly timing of Salmon runs in British Columbia fishing areas.
April 3, 2009 - PRLog -- reprints a Salmon run timing report that was not previously available online and provides tables showing the average timing of salmon runs in British Columbia fishing areas each week. For example, a table in the document may indicate that on average 0.15 (15%) of the sockeye run in Johnstone Strait arrives during the 4th week in July.

The webpage contains data for sockeye, odd year pinks, even year pinks, coho, chum and chinook salmon and displays links to a map of the statistical fishing areas and to the fishing area codes.

The British Columbia salmon run timing run timing report, "A Numerical Overview Of Salmon Run Timings In British Columbia Catch Areas," is reprinted with permission from Max Ledbetter, Ph.D. The full reference is - Ledbetter, Max and Ray Hilborn. 1981. A numerical overview of salmon run timings in British Columbia catch areas. Cooperative Fisheries Research Unit (University of British Columbia), Report Number 1.

The clickable URL (webpage address) is
Source:Dav Ledbetter
Tags:Salmon, British Columbia, Fishing, Salmon Run Timings, Salmon Fishing, Fish Report, Canada
Industry:Sports, Travel, Environment
Location:Vancouver - British Columbia - Canada
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