February 2018

With water temperatures plummeting at Duck lake we held our Chinook at the Mill Hatchery a little longer in order to take advantage of warmer water. The warmer water is more favorable for rearing salmon fry. Temperatures at month end were 2 degrees Celsius at Duck Lake  Hatchery and 6 degrees Celsius at the Mill […]

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January 2018

   Lang Creek flows raged in January. Snow melt combined with heavy rainfall had river levels running at more than 40 cubic meters per second. Here is a glance into January 2018


A History of Innovation

The Powell River Salmon Society has had a long history of innovation that has contributed to an increased level of participation within our programs.  We have been very fortunate with both local and world wide participants being involved in our community program.  We have worked together in a  sustained effort to conserve and enhance our […]


Aug vs Total Coho Returns

How much of our total coho run shows up in August? Aug vs Total Coho 17

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Coho vs Pink 2017

Coho vs Pink 17

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Chinook Release vs Return 2017

Chin Rel vs Return 17

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September vs October Chinook 2017

Sept Oct Chin 17

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Lang Escapement for 2017

Lang Esc 17

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December 2017

Top of the season to everyone and a happy new years! Our fish couldn’t wait for the new year to begin. They have been literally chomping at the bit to get started!! We ponded and began to feed the first 150 000 Chinook and there will be more to come very soon. Here is a […]

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November 2017

We started on our Coho production in November 2017 and our Chinook began to hatch! Thank you for your continued support.

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