All the fish in this Banff lake are to be removed and killed to protect other lakes from whirling disease

Parks Canada trying to protect westslope cutthroat trout in nearby Two Jack Lake and Lake Minnewanka Originally Published by CBC News, May 17, 2017 Officials have started pulling all the [...]

May 23rd, 2017|Categories: General, Issues, KCF Exclusive, Prairies, West|Comments Off on All the fish in this Banff lake are to be removed and killed to protect other lakes from whirling disease

Detroit River sturgeon population among healthiest in Great Lakes

Originally Published by CBC News, May 3, 2017 An estimated 6,000 lake sturgeon are now swimming in the Detroit River, according to research by Canadian conservation groups and the U.S. Fish [...]

May 4th, 2017|Categories: Atlantic Canada, General, Issues, Maritimes, News, North, Ontario, Prairies, Quebec, West|Comments Off on Detroit River sturgeon population among healthiest in Great Lakes

Phil Morlock to testify to Standing Committee re: Marine Protected Areas

       For Immediate Release May 1, 2017 Ottawa, Ont. – The Canadian Sportfishing Industry Association’s Government Affairs Chair Phil Morlock will testify to the House of Commons Standing [...]

May 1st, 2017|Categories: Atlantic Canada, General, Issues, KCF Exclusive, Maritimes, News, North, Ontario, Prairies, Quebec, West|Comments Off on Phil Morlock to testify to Standing Committee re: Marine Protected Areas

Fishing fever: Why P.E.I. families are hooked on angling

'I have been fishing since I was big enough to hold a pole and never missed the first morning yet' Originally Published by CBC News, April 22, 2017 By Nancy [...]

April 26th, 2017|Categories: Atlantic Canada, General, Issues, News|Comments Off on Fishing fever: Why P.E.I. families are hooked on angling

Keep Canada Fishing Keeps Anglers Informed

Listen to "Keep Canada Fishing" on Spreaker. Thanks to Lawrence Gunther of Blue Fish Radio for having Sarah on to chat about the CSIA's campaigns!

April 21st, 2017|Categories: Atlantic Canada, General, Issues, Maritimes, News, North, Ontario, Prairies, Quebec, West|Comments Off on Keep Canada Fishing Keeps Anglers Informed

6 ways that Canadian anglers and hunters are helping wildlife populations

Originally published by Outdoor Canada, April 20, 2017 Outdoor defenders Why the planet’s wildlife is in trouble—but not in this country According to the World Wildlife Fund’s Living Planet Report [...]

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Uxbridge Huck Finn Youth Fishing Day

  Preparations are underway for the Uxbridge Huck Finn Youth Fishing Day this Saturday, April 22! This event is a great opportunity to win some prizes and get [...]

April 18th, 2017|Categories: Fun, General, Issues, KCF Exclusive, News, Ontario|Tags: |Comments Off on Uxbridge Huck Finn Youth Fishing Day

Province lures fishermen back to a dozen Alberta lakes

Alberta government reopens 12 lakes for fishing — some have been closed since 1996 Originally Published by CBC News, April 1, 2017 The province has reopened a dozen more Alberta [...]

April 6th, 2017|Categories: General, Issues, News, Prairies|Comments Off on Province lures fishermen back to a dozen Alberta lakes

Port Hope shelves $40 fishing pass proposal until spring 2018

Originally Published by NorthumberlandNews.ca, March 29, 2017 By Todd McEwan PORT HOPE — Town hall has shelved the idea of creating a $40 fishing pass until next year. Mayor Bob [...]

March 29th, 2017|Categories: General, Issues, News, Ontario|1 Comment

Cobourg to host public meeting on fishing in Cobourg Creek

Originally Published by NorthumberlandNews.com, March 19, 2017COBOURG — The Town of Cobourg is inviting residents near Cobourg Creek and Peace Park, fishers and other interested parties to attend a public [...]

March 27th, 2017|Categories: General, Issues, News, Ontario|Comments Off on Cobourg to host public meeting on fishing in Cobourg Creek