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  2. Last summer AEP Whirling Disease Program team undertook a comprehensive study to understand the impact of whirling disease in the Crowsnest River. A technical report and plain-language summary for this study are now available on the Government of Alberta Open Portal: · Technical Report: https://open.alberta.ca/publications/9781460148402 · Plain-Language Summary: https://open.alberta.ca/publications/9781460148419
  3. Hello Vince I just read through this information and found it very disturbing and an underhanded method to bring prosperity back to Alberta at the cost of parks and pristine wilderness .The UCP government are sneaky politicians Thanks for the info
  4. The link takes you to a very interesting and disturbing storey on what may happen to our beautiful lands down south. It's a long read but a worthwhile read. https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform/bringing-coal-back Vince
  5. italk2u

    N.Ram

    Bear was east of the bridge that crosses the river..i think its a log haul road
  6. flycaster

    N.Ram

    Yes. water is quite low and the fishing has been slow. Was the bear at the km 65 bridge or trunk road bridge?...any problems with him?
  7. Very cool video Ken...thanks Vince
  8. italk2u

    N.Ram

    N. Ram is low and clear, fishing was slow, only 5 the first day and 2 on Tuesday, but there was nobody on the river except me and a black bear aout 100 yards east of the bridge over the N. Ram.
  9. My Deepest with regards to Bill , FlyRod .
  10. Mayfly sign at Muir Lake We have one more sign to replace at Muir Lake. The Mayfly sign is cracked and water has spoiled the text so it can't be read. This is the final sign that we are planning to replace as the other insect/trout food signs are still readable for now. Rob Hinchliffe, the aquatic entomology specialist from the Royal Alberta Museum, has revised the text and provided photos of a Callibaetis nymph and dun. We are asking for you to provide photos of your favourite Callibaetis imitations (nymph, emerger, dun, spinner) to add to the sign. Please send your contributions to secretary@nlft.org
  11. Sorry to report that Bill Lee has passed away.
  12. Topic TBA The chapter will be using Zoom software for online meetings instead of hosting live meetings for the remainder of 2020. Meetings will be held at 7pm (mountain) on the first and third Wednesday of the month beginning in October. Connection information is at www.nlft.org/zoom
  13. Topic TBA The chapter will be using Zoom software for online meetings instead of hosting live meetings for the remainder of 2020. Meetings will be held at 7pm (mountain) on the first and third Wednesday of the month beginning in October. Connection information is at www.nlft.org/zoom
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    The chapter will be using Zoom software for online meetings instead of hosting live meetings for the remainder of 2020. Meetings will be held at 7pm (mountain) on the first and third Wednesday of the month beginning in October. There will be informal meetings on Sept 23 and Sept 30 to allow you to sign on, test the software, and say hello. Connection information is at www.nlft.org/zoom
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    The chapter will be using Zoom software for online meetings instead of hosting live meetings for the remainder of 2020. Meetings will be held at 7pm (mountain) on the first and third Wednesday of the month beginning in October. There will be informal meetings on Sept 23 and Sept 30 to allow you to sign on, test the software, and say hello. Connection information is at www.nlft.org/zoom
  16. The chapter will be using Zoom software for online meetings instead of hosting live meetings for the remainder of 2020. A decision will be made in December 2020 about plans for 2021. Meetings will be held at 7pm (mountain) on the first and third Wednesday of the month beginning in October. There will be informal meetings on Sept 23 and Sept 30 to allow you to sign on, test the software, and say hello. Connection information is at www.nlft.org/zoom
  17. italk2u

    N.Ram

    Thanks for the info, Fred.Passed on the N. Ram. Gave the Stauffer, Raven and Prairie a shot, a few brookies on the Prairie and that was it. I'm planning for the N. Ram Tuesday/Wednesday.
  18. flycaster

    N.Ram

    Was down there on Monday. Surprisingly few people...only two campers at that location. Water is low and clear...cool (53F) Fish were down deep, very few risers. North fork road from Rocky was good...trunk road back to Nordegg was a washboard nightmare. How did you make out down there last week?
  19. italk2u

    N.Ram

    Anybody planning a trip to nice & easy next week?
  20. Good morning glad to see that the fishing went well, and fish were caught way to go volunteer fisher people thank you for the update
  21. Mike Blackburn with one of the big grayling (38 cm if I remember right)
  22. I'll be heading to the Oldman on Monday 17 Aug. Will probably stay at the Dutch Creek campground.
  23. Thanks for that. Hopefully the stable weather pattern will help improve things by Monday and all the weekenders will be back "working out of home".
  24. Did Stauffer yesterday...water clear but higher than normal. Fishing was EXTREMELY slow...water temp was 47F at noon. Very cold for this time of year due to the higher than normal flows. Not a riser to be seen... Checked the Raven...water was off color...didn't fish Clearwater....clearing nicely, fishable but still a little high for my liking Did not check Prairie, but looking at the flows, it will be higher than normal Expect it to be total nut house out west this weekend...there was a mile long back up of trailers heading west at the 4 way stop in Caroline at 4pm yesterday.
  25. We had anglers out for 5 days last week, and a total of 180 fish were caught. 164 Arctic Grayling, 11 Mountain Whitefish, 3 Brook Trout, and 2 Northern Pike. The Upper Pembina has been closed to angling for 5 years, and the test angling will help determine the effectiveness of the closure.
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