Anglers Caught By Conservation Officer Service
BC Conservation officers catch anglers on Big Bar Lake -Photo: BC COS|Twitter
Conservation Office Service responded to a tip yesterday morning that anglers on Big Bar Lake were using too many lines.
100 Mile House Conservation Officer, James Zucchelli, said CO’s from 100 Mile House and Lillooet did surveillance and determined that there was a significant number of lines being fished with as well as multiple fish were being caught on the ice.
Zuchelli explains what happened next
“Upon intercepting these individuals multiple violations were determined to have been committed and so evidence was collected, gear seizures were done, fish seizures were done, and these individuals were fined in excess of three thousand dollars for all of the violations that we encountered.”
Zuchelli reminds anglers to know all the rules and regulations on all of the lakes and rivers that they’re fishing, abide by the limits and abide by the rules and regulations as far as gear restrictions.
He also encourages the public to use their 1-877-952-72-77 number if they see any incidents or violations out there, anything that the Conservation Office Service should know to please contact them.