If there was ever a year for daily management of the fisheries, this is it. If the streams are too low or warm for fish to move they will stage somewhere. This will likely lead to higher harvests as the fish just pile up.

Updates, if they ever do them, are based on fish moving through. If they don't move through, but just keep building, we will get a false sense of abundance.

In recent years, in the Fraser, sockeye escapement goals were actually raised to account for losses on in-river migration due to high temps. Maybe GH and WB should cut target harvests in half unless the water cools and flows increases.