Announcements

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Thompson River Fundraiser 2014

Come out and support the Steelhead Society! Wednesday, December 3rd @ 7:00 PM, we are hosting a Thompson River Nicola Project Fundraiser.  $20 Cost includes a Burger & Beer and there will be a raffle, 50/50 draw, and a live and silent auction. We'll be at Micky's Pub, 170 Golden Drive, Coquitlam.

 

Cast & Blast 2014

April 4-6 2014

Presented by Whistler FlyFishing, Pieroway Rod Company and Sunwolf Resort. Join us in Squamish for 3 days of entertainment, education, and fellowship celebrating of Steelhead culture. It is a FREE event geared towards building unity and bringing fun into our community of Steelhead anglers.


 

Silent Auction Saturday night (April 5) with proceeds going to the SSBC Squamish Trust Fund.

More info on Facebook here:  https://www.facebook.com/events/629588703754046/

M+Y Fly Shop Spey Clave 2014

Sat, Mar 29th at Gill Road, Chilliwack, BC

The M+Y 2014 Spey Clave promises to be bigger and better than all the years previous. Stay in touch for a list of presenters, events, and draw prizes. Seeing that the goal here is to raise money for the SSBC. This year we are going to start selling raffle tickets in advance of the  event. No worries though as there will be some SPEY DAY ATTENDEE only prizes as well.

Directions here: http://www.myflyshop.com/HWY%201%20to%20Gill.pdf

More info here: http://www.myflyshop.com/MYspeyclv.html

January Newsletter

 Season’s greetings and all the best of the new year to you!

 
It has already been a half a year since our last update of June 2013 and it has been a busy six months for the Steelhead Society of B.C. (SSBC). Find our January newsletter below.

Coldwater River Habitat Restoration Project

The Steelhead Society of BC (SSBC) has undertaken fish habitat restoration and enhancement projects within the Thompson River watershed in 2012 and 2013 and plans to complete a third in 2014. The purpose of each of these projects is to improve spawning and rearing habitat for Thompson River steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in accordance with the SSBC’s mandate and direction from the SSBC Board of Directors. 

The Coldwater River Habitat Restoration project is a project on the Eaton-Beaton Channel, which is confluent with the Coldwater River near Merritt, BC. The Coldwater River is one of the main spawning and rearing streams for Thompson River steelhead

 

Please find the full report attached below.