Fishing Open: 0051.0744

FISHING OPEN IN SOME LAKES APRIL 15thMost Waters Remain Closed Until First of May. – Protect Fish Culture. – Excerpts Taken From Regulations For Guidance of Anglers In East Kootenay Territory. –

            As nearly as we can interpret the summary of special fish regulations, the following lakes in this district will be open for fishing on April 15th: Premier, Horseshoe, Smith, Echo, Twin, Quartz, Manistee, Loon, Rock and Tie.  These waters are open From April 15th to November 15th.

            Except for fish cultural purposes, no one shall fish for, catch or kill fish of any kind in Munroe, Mineral and Fish lakes, in the vicinity of Cranbrook, from January 1st to May 31st of each year, both days inclusive.

            No one shall fish for, catch or kill fish of any kind in Fish Lakes and streams flowing therefrom; Palmer Bar to the town of Lumberton, including the B.C. Spruce Mill’s reservoir, except for fish cultural purposes; and the streams flowing out of Munroe Lake, in the vicinity of Cranbrook.

            No one shall fish for, catch or kill trout of any kind in any of the tributaries to St. Mary’s River and Lake, with the exception of Hellroaring, Matthew, Perry, St. Joseph’s, Mark and Reading (Baker) Creeks, and West Fork, Dewar (North Fork) and White (East Fork) rivers, where no one shall fish for, catch or kill trout of any kind from November 15th of each year to May 31st, both days inclusive.

            No trout or salmon of any kind under eight inches in length shall be taken from the water, and if caught shall be immediately returned to the water alive and if possible uninjured.

0051.0744: Fishing Open

Excerpts and explanations from Regulations For Guidance of Anglers in East Kootenay Territory.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  April 4, 1935
Pages:  2
Publisher:  Cranbrook Courier
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0051)

Keywords:

fishing regulations guidance anglers lakes reservoir tributaries trout salmon

Subjects:

Sports arrow Fishingarrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Echo Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Horseshoe Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Loon Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Manistee Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Monroe Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Premier Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Quartz Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Rock Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Smith Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Tie Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Twin Lakesarrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Fish Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow Mineral Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Palmer Bar Creekarrow
Physical Features arrow Lakes arrow St. Mary Lakearrow
Physical Features arrow Rivers arrow St. Mary Riverarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Baker Creekarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Dewar Creekarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Hellroaring Creekarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Joseph Creekarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Mark Creekarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Matthew Creekarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Perry Creekarrow
Physical Features arrow Creeks arrow Reading Creekarrow
Physical Features arrow Rivers arrow White Riverarrow
Natural History arrow Fish arrow Salmonarrow
Industry arrow Lumbering arrow Companies and Mills arrow B.C. Spruce Millsarrow

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