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  2. Our plan is to make the library available once meetings start again in the fall. We've been adding books over the past few months and there are many new books available. (Thanks to Stan Baron, our club librarian). This is a list of current titles.
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  4. Thanks to everyone who came out to clean up around the lake. We had 16 volunteers picking up garbage from the public areas at Muir Lake.
  5. Shona has confirmed that the session will be at 1:00 pm (weather permitting)
  6. Shona Derlukewich is planning to host a field fish ID session on May 29th. Mactaggart Sanctuary off 23 ave between Rabbit Hill Road and 119 st (https://www.google.com/maps/dir/3010+33+Avenue+Northwest,+Edmonton,+AB/''/@53.4555325,-113.5543951,15z/data=!4m13!4m12!1m5!1m1!1s0x53a019a2093483ef:0x8d0427b7de851a1!2m2!1d-113.3827239!2d53.4633823!1m5!1m1!1s0x53a01f481137e3e7:0x93c9eaa87cfe7c81!2m2!1d-113.5464793!2d53.4557145). Let her know if you are interested to see what fish you can catch. This will round out the minnow presentation I provided to a few different clubs and workshops hosted for biologists. Shona will confirm one week before if the weather cooperates. Shona Derlukewich, B.Sc., P.Biol., QAES Technical Instructor/Owner Fishes of Alberta and Saskatchewan - Field Identification “School of Fish” 780-722-9884 https://www.schooloffishid.com/
  7. Posted on behalf of ETFC ETFC will be holding a raffle this spring ! Draw Date: June 12th, 2022 @ ETFC Property on Spring Lake $5.00 / Ticket License # 592730 2000 tickets printed – Must be 18 to Purchase Ticket Ticket Information – contact Ernest Kitt: 780-945-1668 or petpro@shaw.ca Or Paul Lanteigne 780-217-1906 Paul@eecmotors.com Prizes: 1st: Cut and Wrapped Pork Package with Freezer valued @ $650 2nd: Custom Made Sage GFL 9' 6/7wt 2pc Fly Rod valued @ $500 3rd: Fly Box with 150 Handmade Flies valued @ $350.00 4th: Cabela’s Heavy Duty Cooler valued @ $275.00 5th: Pflueger 8' 6" 6/7wt Fly Rod valued @ $225 Paul Lanteigne, Partner EEC Motors Ltd. 10353-60 Ave nw / Edmonton / AB T6H 1H1 780.217.1906 www.eecmotors.com
  8. Here is a segment from Quirks and Quarks https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-51-quirks-and-quarks/clip/15901524-rubber-dust-car-tires-poison-freshwater-fish and an article from The Guardian about a US study: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/dec/03/coho-salmon-pollution-car-tires-die-off
  9. https://youtu.be/97OkApMx8eM
  10. On Sunday May 1 we will gather at Muir Lake to go around and collect garbage. Meet at 10 am. We will provide garbage bags. Bring gloves, rubber boots and reach extenders if you need them. After the clean-up we will have a barbecue for participants. Then we can go fishing for opening day. Sign up at Eventbrite. This event is free but please get a ticket so we know how many are coming.
  11. Everyone is welcome to attend our Zoom meetings at 7:30 pm on Wednesdays. Info on how to logon is at http://www.nlft.org/Zoom May 4: Ghost Watershed Alliance Society May 11: Tie and Talk May 18: Grayling Projects May 25: Tie and Talk
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    We will meet outside Queen Mary Park Community Hall to have a barbecue before we go fishing for the summer. Bring your appetite. We will provide hamburgers, hot dogs, pop and coffee. QMP is located at 10844 117 Street NW. This is for members and regular attendees.
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    Tell us what you are tying or show us. Everyone is welcome to attend. Info on joining our Zoom can be found at http://www.nlft.org/Zoom
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    Ken Monk, Jim O'Neil, and Dr. Josh Miller will talk to us about the results from the grayling project last year, and what we have planned for this year. https://www.nlft.org/grayling/ Everyone is welcome to attend. Information on how to join our Zoom can be found at http://www.nlft.org/Zoom
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    No formal program. Show and tell for anglers.
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    Marina Krainer, Executive Director of the Ghost Watershed Alliance Society, will talk to us about what they are doing.
  17. We received this request from the Agricultural Services Coordinator at Yellowhead County. Please let me know if you would like to help out with this.
  18. The 2022 Alberta Fishing Regulations are now available online at https://albertaregulations.ca/2022-Alberta-Guide-to-Sportfishing-Regulations.pdf
  19. On the north side of the river there are random camping sites.
  20. March 16: "Disaster Recovery on the Stream" Share your stories. March 23: Tie and Talk March 30: April 6: Trout Unlimited Canada Brand Development with Silvia D'Amelio, CEO of TUC April 13: Tie and Talk April 20: Kevin Van Tighem on Bears April 27: Tie and Talk Everyone is welcome to attend. Zoom info at http://www.nlft.org/Zoom
  21. This will be a roundtable discussion about "Disaster Recovery on the Stream" When things went bad, what did you do? Share your stories about times your fishing trip went cattywampus, and what you did to recover. As always everyone is welcome to attend and contribute. Zoom instructions: http://www.nlft.org/Zoom
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    Just a bunch of guys talking about fly tying and fishing. Everyone is welcome to attend. Logon info for our Zoom meetings can be found at http://www.nlft.org/Zoom
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    Kevin Van Tighem is a former Superintended of Banff National Park and the author of 14 books, including Bears Without Fear https://rmbooks.com/book/bears-without-fear/ He will talk to us about sharing the wilderness with bears and conflict avoidance.
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    No formal program. Join us to learn what people have been tying lately. Everyone is welcome to attend. Instruction for joining our Zoom can be found at http://www.nlft.org/Zoom
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    Silvia D'Amelio, the CEO of Trout Unlimited Canada will talk to us about the brand development process that TUC is undertaking. Everyone is welcome to attend. Logon to our Zoom by following the instructions at http://www.nlft.org/Zoom
  26. I ran across this video by Steve Cooke on catch and release science that I thought would be of interest to everyone here.
  27. The Aylmer site is there, yes, but I am thinking more of a random camping area near there. I have not scouted the area so I don’t have an exact location yet. Jim
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