QISES thanks Frank Delph of Quadra Marine Services for overhauling and tuning-up of its outboard motor. QISES uses the boat and motor to access the counting fence on Village Bay Creek and to survey potential and known fish streams in the Village Bay/Main Lake water system. This provides us with information and data to determine the health of the entire system. It seems from this past year’s observations that the system is very healthy indeed.
QISES is still in need of a treasurer. Training will be provided. This position is backed up by two fine volunteers; a monthly book keeper and annually, a professional accountant. Please consider if you have any aptitude and/or desire to help a worthy organization. You will be joining a great group of volunteers.
Check out our newly rebuilt web site at http://www.quadrasalmon.ca
and follow the links, or just Google Quadra Salmon. Thanks to a lot of work by Leslie Ann Hart and Janis McLean this past month we have an up-and-growing site. Also thanks to Deb Cowper and Robyn Budd for their help at the beginning of this project. If you have information which you think should be included in this site, please contact us.
And finally, how about the good news regarding the possible record setting sockeye runs later this year, also about this year’s herring run. Stay tuned for more good news.