Posts Tagged ‘Great Lakes’

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Tench becoming a cause for concern

Catches of tench (Tinca tinca) are becoming more common in the St. Lawrence River near Montreal. This begs the question, will they soon establish in the Great Lakes?

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Lake Erie Angler Diary program done

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is cancelling the Lake Erie Angler Diary program at the end of 2018 after 35 years

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Fisheries receive investment from Feds

The investment does much to reverse cuts in funding and personnel that were enacted by the Harper government in 2012.

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The joy of spring

To most anglers, spring is the best time of the year. The air is fresh, the rivers are flowing, and fish are on the move.

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Springbank Dam back in news

The issue of the London Springbank Dam on the Thames River is back.

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Plastic fibres discovered in Great Lakes waters, fish

Scientists are concerned about the growing number fibres being found.

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Best water bets for 20 + pound pike

Where to go to catch a monster.

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Video: what’s happening to U.S. moose?

Moose in Minnesota are dying at an alarming rate. This powerful video, published by the New York Times, examines what biologists are doing to understand why, and what can be done to save them.

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U.S. ducks on Great Lakes starving in brutal winter

The Niagara River corridor from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario is renowned as a spectacular winter haven for hundreds of thousands of water birds. But this year’s bitterly cold season has made it notable for something else: dead ducks. Biologists say carcasses began piling up by the hundreds in early January after the plunging temperatures […]