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  1. I have updated “An Index of Links of Trout Fishing for the Northern Alberta Angler “ The link is still the same, some of the material is new. For newbies, here is the link:- https://www.dropbox.com/s/wouhhrzbskjn7of/An Index of Links to Trout Fishing Information for the Northern Alberta Angler.docx?dl=0 Cheers, stay safe and tight lines, Neil
  2. They may be hiding in the tall weeds on the North shore. Neil
  3. Ahem, Jaymack, it looks like you. The lake very seldom winterkills so some of the 2017, 2018, 2019 stockings should still be there (and bigger). In May, 2020 4,000 Rainbows at 7" and 2,000 Browns at 8" were stocked. Cheers, Neil
  4. I,m still trying Here is a new link to the information for the trout angler. https://www.dropbox.com/s/wouhhrzbskjn7of/An Index of Links to Trout Fishing Information for the Northern Alberta Angler - Copy - Copy - Copy - Copy.docx?dl=0
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    I messed up

    Thank you, Michael
  6. I messed up on my last post. My computer had crashed. Here is the update. An Index of Internet Files for Northern Alberta Trout Fisherpeople Please free to pass along this link to your fishing buddies. To view at full screen, remove sidebar and use “+” to expand. You can copy or transfer any folder or file to your phone or tablet. Please comment (Pro or Con) to neilstuartsutherland@gmail.com Link – https://www.dropbox.com/s/amagxzbixhw64ey/An Index of Links to Trout Fishing Information for the Northern Alberta Angler - Copy.docx?dl=0 This post was taken down by the administration at another forum. The word “forum” to me means a place where information is freely available. Maybe I divulged information on someone’s favourite lake.
  7. Below is a link to a thought-provoking video on hatcheries, wild salmon, mankind’s interference, etc WARNING – It’s 1hr, 20 minutes long https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdNJ0JAwT7I&app=desktop
  8. Please go to:- https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/56221860-1a8c-4a0a-88a6-65e5a4aac696/resource/7b4b93fc-e652-4d2b-a721-f4dec368a36c/download/aep-whirling-disease-misunderstandings-2020-01.pdf?fbclid=IwAR168yuCJsv5dYPAiUkK23QjHzFHxzrfQyJ9Y4UW3dXAoCPOMBCK3xL8uP0
  9. Fish Recipes Walleye - https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/223227/best-fried-walleye/print/?recipeType=Recipe&servings=4&isMetric=false Trout - https://www.primaverakitchen.com/garlic-butter-rainbow-trout-in-foil/ Pike (Fish cakes) - https://honest-food.net/fish-cakes-recipe-wild-rice/ Perch - https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/222336/brown-butter-perch/ The above are my (or more correctly, my wife’s) favourite recipes for cooking our most common fish. I believe she subs olive oil for vegetable oil in most cases. Please chime in with your favourites. Cheers, Neil
  10. Link to information on trout fishing in Alberta The single link below gets you access to an internet index to Alberta trout fishing information. Please save this link if you wish to return to the complete index in the future. Please see instructions on how to print or transfer excerpts. Please feel free to comment (good or bad) to neilstuartsutherland@gmail.com https://www.dropbox.com/s/8fi3f0fndyd5me4/An Internet Index of links to trout fishing information.docx?dl=0
  11. An Internet Link Index for the Alberta Fly Fisherperson Current as of Tuesday, December 24, 2019 Province of Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/s/rqiyty0bzn3i926/Brook%20Trout%20Stockings%20in%20Alberta.docx?dl=0 – Brook Trout Stockings in Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/s/f0nhhkadfy9ofcs/Brown%20Trout%20Stockings%20in%20Alberta.docx?dl=0 – Brown Trout Stockings in Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/s/b9nxt5nxp5tyn6w/Cutthroat%20Trout%20Stockings%20in%20Alberta.docx?dl=0 – Cutthroat Trout Stockings in Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/s/vpdw44fry2onivq/Tiger%20Trout%20Stockings%20in%20Alberta.docx?dl=0 –Tiger Trout Stockings in Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/s/em5lmpvfnurjiaw/ACA Winter Lake Surface Aeration.docx?dl=0 - Alberta Aerated Lakes Northern Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/sh/mhdk6iuotzvifhw/AADmDNsCZNq9ly9s5WlI6n18a?dl=0 – The Trout Lakes of Northern Alberta (76), Maps, directions etc. https://www.dropbox.com/s/b90ly7sidr6tnc0/Trout%20Stockings%20in%20Alberta.docx?dl=0 – Trout (All species) Stockings in 76 Northern Alberta Trout Lakes https://www.dropbox.com/s/hcisxzukojsca54/Campground%20Data%20etc.docx?dl=0 – Camping data etc. for 76 Northern Alberta Trout Lakes https://www.dropbox.com/s/cuz94mfcomyfok3/Alberta%20Lakes%20Fishing%20Regulations..docx?dl=0 – Regulations for 76 Northern Alberta Trout Lakes Alberta Fly-Fishing Clubs & Guiding Websites Northern Lights Fly Fishers :- http://www.nlft.org/online-forums/ _ Recommended home club. Meets once a week on Wednesdays Edmonton Trout Fishing Club :- http://www.edmontontrout.ca/ - Meets twice a month (First and third Tuesdays) Edmonton Old Timers Fishing Club :- (782)232-6261:- Meets monthly Calgary Women Fly Fishers :- http://calgarywomenflyfishers.com/ :- Meets monthly Hook and Hackle Club (Calgary) :- http://hookandhackleclub.org/index.html :- Meets twice a month (Second and fourth Wenesdays) Central Alberta Fly Tying Club (Red Deer) :- https://rdflytying.blogspot.com/ :- Meets once a week on Mondays Peace Country Fly Fishers (Grande Prairie) :-http://pcflyfishers.org/ :- Meets twice a month (First and third Thursdays) Southern Alberta Fly Fishing (Lethbridge) :-http://www.southernalbertaflyfishing.com/ :- Guiding service Alberta Fly Fishing Adventures (Coleman) :- http://www.albertaflyfishing.ab.ca/ :- Guiding Service Good Fly Fishing Websites and Fly Patterns The New Fly Fisher Magazine (Free) :- https://www.thenewflyfisher.com/ - A Canadian magazine with excellent contributors. Mid-current Fly Fishing News :- http://midcurrent.com/news/ - An excellent newsletter, with excellent contributors, out of Fort Collins, Colorado. The Global Fly Fisher :- http://globalflyfisher.com/ - An excellent European newsletter, with excellent contributors. Fly Tiers Page:- http://www.flytierspage.com/ - By Hans Weilenmann. 5,000 patterns by 267 tiers Neil’s Favourite 5 wet flies - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9ghqzfoz68ydbgl/AAABoo3pBeLpw29OWpiFk5R_a?dl=0 – How to tie, etc. Videos of Common Bugs :- https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=bugs+of+the+underworld&qpvt=bugs+of+the+underworld&FORM=VDRE – Great videos Good articles by good authors Brian Chan – Fall Fishing :- http://www.bcadventure.com/adventure/angling/protalk/chan/fallfish.phtml Brian Chan – Chironomid Addict :- http://www.bcadventure.com/adventure/angling/protalk/chan/confession.phtml Brian Chan – Leeches :- http://www.gofishbc.com/Blog/Fishing-Tips/Blog-5-(2).aspx Ron Newman :- Damsel Flies :- http://www.bcadventure.com/adventure/angling/bugs/damselfly/damselfly.phtml Ron Newman :- – Dragon-flies :- http://www.bcadventure.com/adventure/angling/bugs/dragonfly/dragonfly.phtml Ron Newman – Caddis-flies :- http://www.bcadventure.com/adventure/angling/bugs/caddisfly/caddisfly.phtml Ron Newman – Trout Food :- http://www.bcadventure.com/ronnewman/food.phtml Gord Honey – Long Leaders : - http://www.bcadventure.com/adventure/angling/protalk/honey/lines.phtml Gord Honey – Shoals & Drop-offs :- http://www.bcadventure.com/adventure/angling/protalk/honey/shoals.phtml Phil Rowley :- Fly Angling :- http//flycraftangling.com/
  12. To all – Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year. Below are eight links for the Alberta trout angler. Please feel free to pass along the links to your fishing buddies. To expand to any to full screen, click on the diagonal-arrows icon. Right click and you can save or print. I welcome your comments – neilstuartsutherland@gmail.com Province of Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/s/rqiyty0bzn3i926/Brook%20Trout%20Stockings%20in%20Alberta.docx?dl=0 – Brook Trout Stockings in Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/s/f0nhhkadfy9ofcs/Brown%20Trout%20Stockings%20in%20Alberta.docx?dl=0 – Brown Trout Stockings in Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/s/b9nxt5nxp5tyn6w/Cutthroat%20Trout%20Stockings%20in%20Alberta.docx?dl=0 – Cutthroat Trout Stockings in Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/s/vpdw44fry2onivq/Tiger%20Trout%20Stockings%20in%20Alberta.docx?dl=0 –Tiger Trout Stockings in Alberta Northern Alberta https://www.dropbox.com/sh/mhdk6iuotzvifhw/AADmDNsCZNq9ly9s5WlI6n18a?dl=0 – The Trout Lakes of Northern Alberta (76) https://www.dropbox.com/s/b90ly7sidr6tnc0/Trout%20Stockings%20in%20Alberta.docx?dl=0 – Trout (All species) Stockings in 76 Northern Alberta Trout Lakes https://www.dropbox.com/s/hcisxzukojsca54/Campground%20Data%20etc.docx?dl=0 – Camping data etc. for 76 Northern Alberta Trout Lakes https://www.dropbox.com/s/cuz94mfcomyfok3/Alberta%20Lakes%20Fishing%20Regulations..docx?dl=0 – Regulations for 76 Northern Alberta Trout Lakes Good luck and tight lines, Neil
  13. Hi Peter, My thinking that "ponds" are for father/son or father/daughter outings and they don't need more exposure. Cheers, Neil
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