Walleye Weekend Popular With Women Anglers – the Kingston Whig-Standard

The Kingston Whig-Standard
Walleye weekend popular with women anglers
The Kingston Whig-Standard
We've shared many adventures and if you've read my column over the past year, I'm sure you've seen some of these ladies gracing past fishing stories. From back-lake ice fishing adventures to chasing a variety of trout species to bass fishing and even ...

Muskie Mysteries: Lake St. Clair Anglers Aid International Study on Muskie Movement, Survival – Windsor Star

Windsor Star
Muskie mysteries: Lake St. Clair anglers aid international study on muskie movement, survival
Windsor Star
The muskies were held in tanks on the boats so the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forests on shore in Belle River could surgically implant a AA battery-size transmitter in each fish's stomach and then release the muskies back in the lake ...

Hatchery Improvements Good for All Fishermen – Poughkeepsie Journal

Poughkeepsie Journal
Hatchery improvements good for all fishermen
Poughkeepsie Journal
The Salmon River, Lake Ontario and Lake Erie could easily be described as the backbone of New York's freshwater fishing resources. Add to the mix all that the Lake Champlain fishery has to offer and it's not hard to understand what the attraction is ...

Presque Isle’s Eastern Movement – – a Look Back at the History of Lake Erie – – Part #2 – the Times

The Times
Presque Isle's Eastern Movement - - A look back at the history of Lake Erie - - Part #2
The Times
... to four miles out on the lake. This is where the shoal stop and deeper water begins. This is a great area for fishing. However, again roughly five miles west the park this 30-foot deep contour suddenly swings out nearly three miles into the. It ...

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Presque Isle’s Eastern Movement – – a Look Back at the History of Lake Erie – – Part #2 – Burlington County Times

Burlington County Times
Presque Isle's Eastern Movement - - A look back at the history of Lake Erie - - Part #2
Burlington County Times
... to four miles out on the lake. This is where the shoal stop and deeper water begins. This is a great area for fishing. However, again roughly five miles west the park this 30-foot deep contour suddenly swings out nearly three miles into the. It ...

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Researchers Find Way to Keep Sea Lampreys in Check – San Francisco Chronicle

Researchers find way to keep sea lampreys in check
San Francisco Chronicle
Officials also opened a small commercial lake trout fishing season near Duluth this year. "It's kind of a culmination of 50-60 plus years of rehabilitation coming full ... While lamprey numbers are stable in lakes Michigan, Huron and Ontario, they have ...

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After 50-Year Battle, Lake Superior Sea Lampreys Under Control – St. Cloud Times

St. Cloud Times
After 50-year battle, Lake Superior sea lampreys under control
St. Cloud Times
Officials also opened a small commercial lake trout fishing season near Duluth this year. "It's kind of ... While lamprey numbers are stable in lakes Michigan, Huron and Ontario, they have increased in lakes Superior and Erie, according to a commission ...

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Researchers Find Way to Keep Sea Lamprey Populations in Check – KMSP-TV

Researchers find way to keep sea lamprey populations in check
KMSP-TV
Officials also opened a small commercial lake trout fishing season near Duluth this year. "It's kind of a culmination of 50-60 plus years of rehabilitation coming full ... While lamprey numbers are stable in lakes Michigan, Huron and Ontario, they have ...

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How a Northern Town and a First Nation Are Fishing Friends – ‘I Don’t Hear a Lot of Blame’ – CBC.ca

CBC.ca
How a northern town and a First Nation are fishing friends - 'I don't hear a lot of blame'
CBC.ca
Hunters and Gatherers is series looking at hunting and fishing in northern Ontario, how Indigenous rights can divide people, how some northerners find ways to share the resources and what sharing the land means for reconciliation.​. Les Brown says some ...