September 2017

The Lang Creek Brood Facility has officially been renamed the Alex Dobler Salmon Centre. Alex spent more than 30 years with the Powell River Salmon Society applying his expertise towards the conservation and enhancement of salmon. The Centre is in fact the nucleus of our organization. Our success begins and ends at our home stream […]

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Lang Creek Temperature vs Stage

The rain doesn’t seem to be raising stream temperature as we might expect. The extra water is a welcome sight as well!

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August 2017

“We have now begun our new production cycle (brood 2017) Our adult counting fence has been put into operation. Lower than normal flows at Lang Creek have been and will continue to be closely monitored” Flows at Lang Creek increased significantly in late August when the municipality cleaned the water supply line at the Haslam […]

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Lang Creek Flow / Temperature Increase

Flows and temperatures at Lang Creek both increased significantly in the last 24 to 48 hours. Municipal workers removed debris from the weir at Haslam Lake leading to an increase in flow into Lang Creek. When flows increase during the summer months so do the water temperatures.   

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July 2017

  A snapshot of July 2017  

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June 2017

Here is a snapshot of some activities during our hatchery fallow time. Just over a month and we will be fishing again!  Click the link June 2017      

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May 2017

Its been another successful production cycle at our hatcheries. Here is a quick look at May 2017.  

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AGM

  NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE POWELL RIVER SALMON SOCIETY     DATE:   Thursday, May 25, 2017 TIME:   7:00 p.m. LOCATION:   Elm Room at the Powell River Recreation Complex located at 5001 Joyce Ave.   AGENDA:   1.Approval of Agenda   2.  Introduction   3.  Review and approval of the […]

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April 2017

Spring has slowly arrived and with it some of our fish have been released. Others are still growing prior to release. Check out April 2017 For a larger selection of pictures you can click on this link pictures 2017  

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March 2017

Chums began receiving feed at our Duck Lake Hatchery in March. Upon initiating feed at Duck Lake we began transporting Chinook from our Mill Hatchery to the Duck Lake Hatchery. Our Chinook biomass is now split between the two sites. Chum are all at Duck lake and the Coho are all at the Mill. Coho […]

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