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HHOA brings back family fun day

After a decade-long hiatus, the Haliburton Highlands Outdoors Association reintroduced their Hatchery Family Fun Day this past weekend, which was resoundingly popular with the community…

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Keeping local lakes stocked with walleye

The mood on the shores of Ella Lake was jovial Tuesday evening.

Members of the United Walleye Clubs, an umbrella organization made up of local fish and game clubs that oversees walleye culture activities in Greater Sudbury, had a good night Monday at Wabagishik Lake, where they collected nine big hens – including a monster that came in between 16 and 20 pounds, depending on who you asked – and eight males. Monday was the first night the electro fishing boat was in the area to help the UWC collect walleye eggs and milt to fill local hatcheries that help repopulate lakes across Greater Sudbury, and UWC members were optimistic another good night lay ahead at Ella Lake, located not far from Wabagishik, about 50 kms west of Sudbury.United Walleye Clubs member Eric Daoust shows a nice male walleye the organization captured while electro fishing Tuesday night at Ella Lake. The milt was taken from the male to mix with fresh walleye eaggs and the fish released afterward.

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Salmon raised in Guelph classroom soon to swim in Lake Huron

GUELPH – Students at Resurrection Christian Academy will have a hand in replenishing Lake Huron’s salmon stocks.

Since last fall the school has been raising salmon in a small aquarium in the school’s main hallway. As nondescript as the fish tank may be, the activity inside it has been a source of uninterrupted fascination for the children for months

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Good news for walleye hatchery

Over the course of the last few months the Almaguin Fish Improvement Association has been attempting to secure the necessary permits to continue operation of its walleye hatchery in Magnetawan. This has been an ongoing event in Magnetawan for approximately the past 35 years as many of the local people are aware….

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Congratulations to the Georgian Triangle Anglers Association

The Georgian Triangle Anglers’ Association received the Conservation Champion, Group, award for their work in restoring 275 metres of juvenile rainbow trout habitat in Black Ash Creek, which runs through Collingwood. The association has a longstanding involvement with the Nottawasaga Watershed Improvement Program, or N-WIP….

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A springtime tradition

For many years its been a springtime tradition at the Bruce Peninsula Sportsmen’s Association hatchery. And once again dozens of volunteers have been keeping up that tradition, working together, for the future of our sports fishery…..