Search your deck, your opponent’s deck, and/or either discard pile for a producer (level 1) card and put it into play. Reshuffle the deck(s).
Play: Abarenicola pacifica has a MOVE of 1.
Lugworms feed on detritus at the bottom of the river.
Adult midges don’t feed. Midge larvae feed on suspended organic matter in water and mud.
Play: C. plumosus has a MOVE of 1.
Play: Leptocottus armatus has a MOVE of 2.
Every spring it is celebrated in the Bullhead Derby at Gary Point Park.
Musqueam fisheries officers patrol the waters in their traditional territory, protecting against overfishing.
Play: If played IMMEDIATELY, this card counters the effect of OVERFISHING.
Poor government regulation leads to overfishing. Roll a die. Remove the corresponding number of fish species from the game IMMEDIATELY.
Oncorhynchus gorbuscha feed in the estuary as juveniles and on their way back up the river to spawn.
Play: Oncorhynchus gorbuscha has a MOVE of 2.
A. nebulosus is an invasive species. It impacts native species through predation and competition.
Play: A. nebulosus MUST be played on top of a native fish species.
Play: Lontra Canadensis has a MOVE of 2.