Hunting & Fishing

 

Hunting

  • Hunting season is September to February. Only hunt in hunting season.
  • Do not hunt during rutting or calving.
  • The hunter pulling the trigger must be a Kitselas band member. Family members and friends can help.
  • Have your Kitselas status card on you at all times while hunting.
  • Hunting areas must be in Kitselas Traditional Territory. (Map available from Lands & Resources Department)
  • Do not shoot pregnant moose or moose with baby calves.

 

 

Fishing

To get a Fishing Designation Card

  1. Bring your Kitselas status card to the Kitselas Lands & Resource Office.
  2. The membership clerk will verify your status card and provide you with Kitselas fishing rules and regulations.
  3. You sign the fishing designation form after understanding and agreeing to the rules and regulations.
  4. You receive a fishing designation card.

 

Rules & Regulations

  • Kitselas members’ name and number clearly visible on both ends of gillnet.
  • Fisher present at all times when the net is getting picked.
  • Fishing allowed two days (48 hours straight) once a week. Week starts on Sunday and ends on Saturday.
  • Submit your total catch data to the FSC Fisheries monitors, or call the Kitselas Lands & Resources Office. Data you must report includes: species caught and number of fish, for example, 8 Sockeye, 3 Chinook.

 

Report Illegal Activity or Complaint

If you have a complaint or see illegal activity, provide as much information as possible to the Kitselas Lands & Resources Office, such as:

  • Make of vehicle or boat
  • License plate number(s)
  • Full description of, or name of person or persons
  • Time of activity
  • Location of activity

Contact the Resources Stewardship Division of the Kitselas Lands & Resources with any questions about hunting and fishing on Kitselas Traditional Territory.