Thompson-Nicola (Region 3)

This table refers to fishing for salmon only. For information on other species please refer to the B.C. Freshwater Fishing Regulations Synopsis.

There is no fishing for salmon in Region 3 except for the opportunities listed in the table below.

Note:

Salmon Limits, Openings and Closures

Waters Specific Area Species Dates Limits/Gear
Bridge River   All June 19 until further notice No fishing for salmon. FN0552
Clearwater River   All June 19 until further notice No fishing for salmon. FN0552
Fraser River   All June 19-Aug 22 No fishing for salmon. FN0552
from the confluence of the Fraser/Seton River downstream to WTFB signs located on both sides of the river approximately 4 km downstream of the town of Lillooet. Sockeye To be determined Details to be determined in-season.
Pink To be determined Pink fisheries occur in the Fraser River in odd numbered years only.
Kamloops Lake   Chinook Aug 22-Sep 15 4 per day, 1 over 50 cm.
Sockeye To be determined To be determined based on in-season information.
Pink To be determined To be determined based on in-season information.
Little Shuswap Lake - see South Thompson River
North Thompson River   All June 19 until further notice No fishing for salmon. FN0552
South Thompson River from the green can buoy near outlet of Little River, including Little Shuswap Lake, to the fishing boundary sign approximately 100 m downstream of Campbell Creek. Chinook Aug 16-Sep 22 4 per day, 2 over 50cm. Monthly limit is 6 over 50cm.
Sockeye To be determined To be determined based on in-season information.
Pink To be determined To be determined based on in-season information.
Thompson River   All June 19-Aug 22 No fishing for salmon. FN0552
From Kamloops Lake outlet downstream to the fishing boundary signs just down stream of Gold Pan Provincial Park Chinook Aug 22-Sep 22 4 per day, only 1 over 50 cm.
Sockeye To be determined To be determined based on in-season information.
Pink To be determined To be determined based on in-season information.
From the fishing boundary signs just down stream of Gold Pan Provincial Park to the confluence with the Fraser River Chinook Aug 22-Sep 22 4 per day, none over 50 cm.