The Seymour Salmonid Society continues to do exceptional work on our local river. Dedicated to preserving and enhancing the fishery in the Seymour River, the Society has spent the past year responding to the effects of the massive December 2014 rockslide that blocked water flows, just west of Blueridge.
Sadly, there has been no indication that any fish have been able to navigate on their own up or down the Seymour since the slide. However, the Society has been employing some innovative techniques to return as many fish as possible to the Fish Hatchery upriver from the slide.
You can read more about the Society’s work on their website: www.seymoursalmon.com. You can also offer to “get your feet wet” as one of their fantastic volunteers!