Swift Action by Tournament Anglers Results in Conviction

By Phil Morlock, Director of Government Affairs, CSIA/CNSF Ontario MNRF recently issued a press release to announce the November 10, 2020 conviction of a professional fishing tournament organizer for not [...]

December 16th, 2020|Categories: Issues, KCF Exclusive|Comments Off on Swift Action by Tournament Anglers Results in Conviction

Alberta anglers seek protection for North Raven River

Originally published by Global News, December 7, 2020 By Bob Weber,  The Canadian Press One of Alberta’s largest grassroots conservation groups is to plead this week for the protection of a much-loved river [...]

December 8th, 2020|Categories: Issues, News, West|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Alberta anglers seek protection for North Raven River

New Manitoba Lake Information for Anglers Site

The Manitoba Fish and Wildlife department has recently launched their new Lake Information for Anglers site. The interactive site provides a wealth of information for anglers looking to explore the [...]

November 23rd, 2020|Categories: Issues, KCF Exclusive, News, Prairies|Tags: , , |Comments Off on New Manitoba Lake Information for Anglers Site

“World’s Largest Lure” Now Guinness World Record Certified

Len Thompson Lures announced that their larger-than-life fishing lure has been Guinness World Record certified. The former Guinness World Record holder for Largest Fishing Lure is located in West, Texas, USA with a [...]

November 12th, 2020|Categories: KCF Exclusive, News, Prairies, West|Tags: , , |Comments Off on “World’s Largest Lure” Now Guinness World Record Certified

Not just another fish story: Permit sales prove the sport hooked new anglers this pandemic summer

Originally published by CBC Edmonton, Sept 18, 2020 Written byTravis McEwan Rebecca Anderson sits beside a tackle box in a shady spot along the shore of the North Saskatchewan River in [...]

October 19th, 2020|Categories: General, News, West|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on Not just another fish story: Permit sales prove the sport hooked new anglers this pandemic summer

5 Ways to Practice Safe Fishing During the Covid-19 Pandemic

It's important to keep yourself and other anglers safe. Most importantly, clean up after yourself, practice physical distancing with those who are not in your bubble, and wear a mask [...]

July 22nd, 2020|Categories: Issues, KCF Exclusive, News|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on 5 Ways to Practice Safe Fishing During the Covid-19 Pandemic

National Fishing Week 2020

Fishing: Essential During a Time of Worry The Canadian National Sportfishing Foundation (CNSF) is encouraging Canadians to practice social distancing this summer by going fishing. National Fishing Week is July [...]

June 29th, 2020|Categories: Issues, KCF Exclusive, News|Tags: , |Comments Off on National Fishing Week 2020

Fishing During Covid-19: A Code of Conduct for Canadian Anglers

We realize things are difficult right now due to the health fears related to Covid-19. Canadian anglers are also faced with financial worries, fishing access closures, and recommendations to "stay [...]

April 20th, 2020|Categories: Atlantic Canada, General, Issues, KCF Exclusive, Maritimes, News, North, Ontario, Prairies, Quebec, West|Tags: , , , , , |Comments Off on Fishing During Covid-19: A Code of Conduct for Canadian Anglers

Covid-19 and Fishing as an Essential Service: Letter from CSIA President Kim Rhodes

I hope that you, your loved ones and your colleagues are well. We are living in unprecedented times. As an industry, I believe we need to support the war against [...]

Marine protected areas not all good, says Vancouver Island fisherman

Originally published by www.mapleridgenews.com/ Written by ROBERT BARRON Lance Underwood has come to the conclusion that the federal government’s plans for new marine protected areas are not as advertised. Underwood, a [...]

January 20th, 2020|Categories: B.C. Fishing Closures, Issues, News, West|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Marine protected areas not all good, says Vancouver Island fisherman