TITLE

CARIBOO CHILCOTIN COAST

AUTHOR(S)
ohannesen, Tom
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
BC Outdoors Sport Fishing & Outdoor Adventure;Jan2013 Fishing Adventures, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast in British Columbia. Agriculture, mining, and fishing are among the source of revenue for Cariboo. The Cariboo starts in the town of Lillooet with the Fraser River as one of the river systems nearby. The Quesnel and Horsefly lakes east Mile House contains rainbows and lake trout.
ACCESSION #
84977140

 

Related Articles

  • CARIBOO CHILCOTIN COAST. Johannesen, Tom // BC Outdoors Sport Fishing & Outdoor Adventure;Jan/Feb2014 Fishing Adventures, p24 

    The article offers information on fishing destinations in Chilcotin, Cariboo and Central Coast in British Columbia. Topics discussed include the types of fishes that can be caught including steelhead, trout and salmon, fishing rivers and lakes in the areas including Dean River, Irish Lake and...

  • CARIBOO CHILCOTIN COAST.  // BC Outdoors Sport Fishing & Outdoor Adventure;2008 Fishing Adventures, p28 

    The article features the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region of British Columbia. It offers information on the region's geography, history and climate. The region is described as a year-round fishing destination and the varieties that can be fished during each season are named, including species of...

  • SHEARWATER FISHING LODGE. Webb, David // BC Outdoors Sport Fishing & Outdoor Adventure;2008 Fishing Adventures, p30 

    The article considers Shearwater Resort and Marina, a fishing lodge in the Central Coast of British Columbia, for outdoor sport fishing and outdoor adventure activities.

  • VANCOUVER COAST & MOUNTAINS.  // BC Outdoors Sport Fishing & Outdoor Adventure;2008 Fishing Adventures, p62 

    The article focuses on the Vancouver Coast region of British Columbia. The region is described as having dozens of prime lakes, rivers and part of the Pacific Ocean where anglers can fish countless species of fish year-round. Several fishing grounds are presented including Sunshine Coast, Howe...

  • The Fishing Fix: All About Rockfish. DAVIS, TOM // Pacific Yachting;Apr2014, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p62 

    The article focuses on rockfish on the coast of British Columbia (B.C.). Rockfish is known as the scorpion fish family, consisting over three hundred sub species. It is inferred that rockfish along the B.C. coast have low levels of toxins. It offers tips for handling rockfish, suggesting to hold...

  • Measuring and modelling Pacific herring spawning-site fidelity and dispersal using tag-recovery dispersal curves. Flostrand, Linnea A.; Schweigert, Jacob F.; Daniel, Kristen S.; Cleary, Jaclyn S. // ICES Journal of Marine Science / Journal du Conseil;Sep2009, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p1754 

    Flostrand, L. A., Schweigert, J. F., Daniel, K. S., and Cleary, J. S. 2009. Measuring and modelling Pacific herring spawning-site fidelity and dispersal using tag-recovery dispersal curves. – ICES Journal of Marine Science, 66: 1754–1761.An approach of relating Pacific herring...

  • COAST TRAIL. Obee, Bruce // Beautiful British Columbia;Fall2000, Vol. 42 Issue 3, Traveller p24 

    Relates the hiking trip in the Coast Trail of the East Sooke Regional Park in British Columbia. Inspection of petroglyphs at the Alldridge Point; Physical attractions; Presence of floating bull kelp near the shore. INSET: EAST SOOKE COAST TRAIL TO KNOW IF YOU GO.

  • Pacific portal. Glavin, Terry // Canadian Geographic;1998 Annual First Edition, Vol. 118 Issue 3, p84 

    Focuses on British Columbia's (B.C.) coastline. Discovery of the coastline by European explorers; Description of inhabitants of the area when the European explorers arrived; Spiritualists, utopians and eccentrics who emerged from the coastline; Industrialization of the area.

  • ISLAND OF 100 PETROGLYPHS. Storr, Tanya // Beautiful British Columbia;Summer2000, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p10 

    Describes petroglyphs found along British Columbia's coasts.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics