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SEYMOUR RIVER ROCKSLIDE RECOVERY PROJECT UPDATE

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The proposed floating fence will be similar to the one pictured above

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Photo credit: Simon Ager

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Photo Credit Brian Har

Photo credit: Brian Har

Hoop Net – Photo credit: Brian Har

nets were quickly put to use. These methods proved highly successful for pinks, but staff was forced to adapt once again for coho and steelhead. Tangle nets and angling is currently being used to capture fish out of the lower river with good success.

All 2015 in-river work is done with hand labour and does not require heavy machinery access this season. Vehicle access in close proximity to the river bank near the capture sites may be necessary, given that all trap materials and captured salmon must be moved by hand from and to transport vehicles. Captured salmon will be moved by field crews to the transport tanks daily depending on capture success in the river trap.

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Tangle Net – Photo credit: Sombilon Photography for PSF