Posts Tagged ‘Lake Ontario’

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Port Hope closes Ganaraska River lands

Port Hope is once again temporarily closing access to land bordering the Ganaraska River in two phases as a result of the provincial shutdown and stay at home order.

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Don’t pose with bass during catch-and-release season, MNRF reminds

Angling community leaders have a better understanding of regulation changes for smallmouth and largemouth bass in FMZ 20 after a recent virtual meeting with Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) representatives.

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Catch-and-release bass season underway in FMZ 20

The new catch-and-release season for Lake Ontario smallmouth and largemouth bass is underway as part of changes to regulations in FMZ 20.

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Lake Ontario grass carp of captive origins, study finds

A study released last year confirmed that captured Asian grass carp caught in Ontario were of captive, rather than wild origins.

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Minor fishing reg changes in 2021

The most significant regulation change Ontario anglers can expect in 2021 will affect Lake Ontario bass fishing.

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Province invests in Great Lakes plastic pollution fight

The province is investing $375,000 in Pollution Probe, an effort to help combat plastic pollution in Ontario’s Great Lakes and tributaries.

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Lower Great Lakes hit record high temperatures

Record high temperatures in two Canadian Great Lakes could have an impact on the future of the fishery, if the trend continues.

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Some relief from record high Great Lakes levels

Boaters and anglers are seeing some relief from the record high lake levels that plagued the Great Lakes over the last two years.

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Evidence suggests walleye native to Kawarthas

Sean Berger of Trent University has found information that could change the way we view walleye in the Kawartha Lakes area.