2022/2023 Fishing licenses are now available online. There is a lot of new information included on these licenses which is causing a bit of confusion already! It is important to remember that retention and sometimes size limits are different for different areas on the coast. To best understand the rules, you need to read your license in conjunction with the area specific regulations. We are fishing in BC Tidal Area 3. For the most up to date information visit this page.
Here’s how things stand right now in Area 3:
These are the current regulations posted for 2022. If experience has taught us anything, it is safe to assume that there may be in-season changes to chinook retention, given there is ongoing concern about Skeena River chinook stocks.
As for all other species we don’t anticipate any change to the regulations!
If you’re interested in receiving the most current information on regulation changes, you can sign up for email notifications through the DFO website.
Don’t forget to get your fishing license online before your trip this year!