Questionnaire on Atlantic salmon and striped bass recreational fisheries in the Gulf Region
Questionnaire status: Closed
The period to fill this questionnaire was from December 3, 2020 to January 10, 2021.
We are looking for your feedback on the recreational Atlantic salmon fishery and the recreational striped bass fishery in the Gulf Region. The region covers the eastern coast of New Brunswick, the Northumberland Strait coast of Nova Scotia and Western Cape Breton Island, as well as Prince Edward Island.
Input gathered through this process may be used to inform changes to management measures for these two species.
Who is the focus of this survey
We are looking for comments from:
- recreational anglers
- Indigenous peoples
- members of the public
The management measures for Atlantic salmon and striped bass recreational fisheries for the Gulf Region are reviewed annually. They include the fishing season start and end dates, as well as the bag and size limits.
Information on management measures, including past closures, for both species can be found on these Fisheries and Oceans Canada web pages:
Further management measures are outlined in the angler’s guide of each province:
Before sending us your feedback, you are encouraged to review the species relevant information in the links provided above.
We want your feedback on the following topics:
- seasonal catches
- bag limits
- size limits
- other management measures
How to participate
Click on the following link to fill out the questionnaire:
Recreational Fishery Questionnaire
Regional Senior Fisheries Management Officer
Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Moncton, New Brunswick
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