October 2018

            The Alex Dobler Salmon Centre was a busy place this fall. An interesting fish counting season is mostly in the books now.  We would like to thank our volunteers and community as once again you showed great support. The generosity of time and resources are greatly valued by our […]

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September 2018

  September was a wild ride. If you click on the image you will be able to see the rise and fall of Lang Creek in September. We were able to hold our counting fence in flows of more than 30 cubic meters per second. This was a challenging  situation but important to our overall […]

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August 2018

Here we go!! Another brood season is under way. As you will see we have had 40 Coho enter the river so far. To compare, the previous 4 years average is 82 for the month of August. Water temperatures at the end of August have been seasonal at 15 degrees Celsius. The low summer flows are […]

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July 2018

These young Coho fry (click picture to enlarge)  in Anderson Creek (a Lang Tributary) are appreciative of the cold water that Anderson Creek provides. Summer temperatures are around 15 degrees Celsius in Anderson during the summer. The new brood season is  approaching. Here is a quick look at July 2018

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June 2018

A huge shout out to Dana and Marci at the Thunder Bay Saw Shop for their donation of this brand new Husqvarna lawn mower! We will put it to good use at the hatchery. Here is a look into June 2018

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AGM 2018

Annual General Meeting June 5@6pm Powell River Recreation Complex Popular Room

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May 2018

Our rearing cycle and production cycle is now complete. Through June and July we will be cleaning up our rearing and incubation equipment to ready ourselves for the new production cycle. Preparation has begun at the Alex Dobler Salmon Centre for  our new brood season that will begin in August. Here is a link to […]


April 2018

We are in the home stretch with our hatchery production cycle! Things are moving quickly now with warming water and our fish coming up to release size. Have a quick look into April 2018    

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March 2018

  A huge shout out to all of our sponsors and volunteers! We are rapidly moving into the height of our rearing cycle and could not carry out this level of production without your support! Please have a look into this snapshot of  March 2018  

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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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