00:01 hours July 15 to 23:59 hours August 31, 2020, one (1) Chinook per day, no maximum size limit. Wildlife. Beware of the incoming tide with the mudflats. 16-Aug. 31: waters at Minter Creek mouth within 1,000′ of outer oyster stakes CLOSED to fishing for salmon. Sea-run cutthroat trout and resident coho can be caught during the fall and winter months using flyfishing gear and light spinning tackle. May 1-June 15: same rules as Marine Area 13 – ENTIRE AREA. E-mail , WDFW "Fishing in Washington" rules pamphlet, Washington Department July 16-Oct. 31: night closure and anti-snagging rule in effect in waters of Budd Inlet south of a line projected true west from the KGY Radio Station Tower to the western shore of the inlet and north of a line from the northwest corner of the Thriftway Market building to a point 100 yards north of the railroad bridge located on the western side of the inlet. Accessible by Shoreline Chinook – min. Recreational Fishing Regulations Managing Canada's recreational fisheries is a shared responsibility between federal, provincial and territorial governments. Action: Species: Chum salmon, Coho salmon, Flatfish, Pink salmon. Days Island (Octopus Protection Area): CLOSED to the harvest of octopus. Elliott Bay in Marine Area 10 is scheduled only to be open the first weekend in August. While roles vary between different provinces and territories, generally: It contains information about recreational fishing licences, open seasons and catch limits, as well as up-to-date fishing regulations for each fishing zone. During odd years additional pink salmon can be kept each day to allow anglers to keep a few more fish for the grill or smoker. The fishery will open June 1 and close June 30, unless the wild Chinook impacts are met prior to the anticipated end date. COVID-19 : Obtenez les plus récentes mises à jour, faites une autoévaluation ou renseignez-vous sur Alerte COVID, l’application d’avis d’exposition à la COVID-19. ©2003-2020 Washington Department Due to COVID-19, some recreation areas may still be closed or have limited facilities. Blue fox spinners, cut-plug herring set-up or clousers work well to catch returning net pen coho in October. Ontario.ca needs JavaScript to function properly and provide you with a fast, stable experience. Jigging and trolling are common methods used to catch hatchery Chinook returning in the late summer/early fall. Daily limit 2. If any fishery is agreed to, WDFW will make an announcement. Effective date: David Stormer, Puget Sound recreational salmon manager, 360-902-0058; or Mark Baltzell, Puget Sound salmon manager, 360-902-2807. The North Fork Nooksack River will have a spring Chinook mark-selective fishery from  the Highway 9 Bridge (RM 36.7) to the yellow marker located at the upstream side of the Kendall hatchery (RM 46.7). Marine Area 8-1 is closed to salmon fishing for the year. Please be respect and be aware of private property or tidelands. 2019 to 2021 Freshwater Fishing Regulations Synopsis: In effect now through March 31, 2021 All freshwater sport fishing regulations in effect in British Columbia (except for salmon fishing and fishing in National Parks) are published every two years as the Regulations Synopsis. Daily limit is a total of 15 bottomfish. Discussion in 'Conservation, Fishery Politics and Management.' size. Nice try by DFO but too late for Bute inlet. Year-round season. size. 13: Hook and Line, Spear Fishing while diving: 8/16/-Open (See Restrictions) Greenling: 13: Hook and Line, Spear Fishing while diving: 3/6/-Open (See Restrictions) Halibut: 13: Hook and Line, Spear Fishing while diving: 2/-/6: Open until Dec 31 (See Restrictions) Lingcod: 13: 0/0/0: Closed : Perch: 13: Hook and Line: 8/16/-Open (See Restrictions) Rockfish, All Species Combined: 13 Fish for starry flounder and sand sole with bait on the bottom in the muddy and soft flats. These waters are protected from the weather, which enables small boat access for fishing. Release wild coho and wild Chinook. The Skagit River (from the Hwy 532 Bridge at Rockport to the Cascade River Road at Marblemount) will be open June 1-July 15 for hatchery Chinook only. These waters are protected from the weather, which enables small boat access for fishing. Minter Creek: Open Sept. 15-Dec. 31, anglers can keep four chum, two hatchery coho, and two chinook. Current water quality information, beach locations and harvest seasons can be found on the Department of Health's shellfish safety interactive map. Chum encounters with anglers in saltwater are expected to be extremely low, if any. Returns Marine Area 13 to permanent rules. Other salmon species – no min. Baker Lake sockeye: Low forecasts will limit sockeye opportunity in the Skagit River in 2020. There are also great opportunities to fish from shore and at various piers.