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  1. As part of our conservation project, we will be collecting fin clips from Arctic Grayling in the Upper Pembina watershed. DNA will be extracted from the fin clips for analysis later in the summer. We will be accompanying biologists on Rat Creek and Dismal Creek August 3-6 and there is room for experienced anglers who are members of Trout Unlimited Canada. These waters are closed to recreational angling, so we must follow strict guidelines per our fisheries research license in addition to safety and covid protocols. Felt soled boots will not be permitted. Send an email to grayling@nlft.org if you would like to help out.
  2. As part of our conservation project, we will be collecting fin clips from Arctic Grayling in the Upper Pembina watershed. DNA will be extracted from the fin clips for analysis later in the summer. We will be accompanying biologists on Rat Creek and Dismal Creek August 3-6 and there is room for experienced anglers who are members of Trout Unlimited Canada. These waters are closed to recreational angling, so we must follow strict guidelines per our fisheries research license in addition to safety and covid protocols. Felt soled boots will not be permitted. Send an email to grayling@nlft.org if you would like to help out.
  3. Kelsey Kure, Water Resource Technician at Sundre Forest Products, and Jacquie Pallard, U of A masters student, talk about bull trout habitat, population trends, and best management practices for industry. Highlights include a few case studies of areas where Sundre Forest Products has taken initiative to fix historic fish passage barriers as well as discussion of a stream crossing inspection program and some of the limitations in connectivity caused by municipal governments and provincial governments bad crossings on public roads.
  4. Rob Hinchliffe will be giving a presentation on a new website project he has been working on. The project is a bit top-secret right now but all will be revealed at the next meeting.
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    No program, just sharing. Zoom meeting details at https://www.nlft.org/zoom/
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    Rob Hinchliffe will be giving a presentation on a new website project he has been working on. The project is a bit top-secret right now but all will be revealed at the next meeting. No program, just sharing. Zoom meeting details at https://www.nlft.org/zoom/
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    Florin Sabac will be tying three patterns: a Stimulator Green Drake , a March Brown wet fly, and a General Fry Imitation. Pattern info is posted in the Forum under Upcoming Events. Thanks to Florin for stepping in when our previously booked presenter had to cancel. Zoom meeting details at https://www.nlft.org/zoom/
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    Kelsey Kure, Water Resource Technician at Sundre Forest Products, and Jacquie Pallard, U of A masters student, will present about bull trout habitat, population trends, and best management practices for industry. Highlights include a few case studies of areas where Sundre Forest Products has taken initiative to fix historic fish passage barriers as well as discussion of a stream crossing inspection program and some of the limitations in connectivity caused by municipal governments and provincial governments bad crossings on public roads. Jacquie Pallard is a masters student will present some of her work so far in a multi year bull trout study in 7 drainages in our FMA. Zoom meeting details at https://www.nlft.org/zoom/
  9. As part of our conservation project, we will be collecting fin clips from Arctic Grayling in the Upper Pembina watershed. DNA will be extracted from the fin clips for analysis later in the summer. Northern Lights chapter members will be primarily working in Rat Creek, although there are opportunities in Lovett River and other tributaries. These waters are closed to recreational angling, so we must follow strict guidelines per our fisheries research license in addition to safety and covid protocols. Anglers will be required to attend a short orientation session via Zoom meeting. Angling will be done in the month of May. If you are an experienced stream angler (spin fishing or fly fishing) and are a TUC member, please send an email to Grayling@nlft.org and indicate your availability.
  10. In 1998 Denny’s Fly Tying Specialties published a book of Alberta fly patterns titled “Flies for Alberta”. This book was authored by Reg Denny, Ian Denny, and Roy Ramdeen. The surviving authors feel that this book should live on, and as such they have decided to produce a revised version in electronic format for anyone that wants to have it. The book is still copyrighted and cannot be sold, however it is free to use by anyone that wants to download it. It is hoped that by releasing this electronic version, the legacy of the book and the patterns within it will live on! Flies for Alberta- View online
  11. At our February business meeting, the executive reviewed the constitution and the only change is to update Appendix C, the charter agreement with TUC. The attached document reflects the updated document. CONSTITUTION - Feb 1, 2021-merged.pdf
  12. On Jan 27, Mike Blackburn updated the chapter about preliminary findings from the previous 5 years on the Upper Pembina.
  13. Thank you and congratulations to the new club executive
  14. Alberta Environment and Park is hosting a series of fisheries webinars in January. Just thought I’d give you a heads-up in case you’re interested. Please feel free to forward this email to any of your club members, or post the link below to you club website to get the word out. You may have received an email inviting you already; however I thought I’d give you a heads-up regardless. Topics covered in this engagement will include: how recreational management objectives and sportfishing regulations are established, an update on recreational harvest slot limits, options to enhance the Special Harvest License program, and updates on native trout recovery. Dates, times, and webinar registration can be found at the following link: https://www.alberta.ca/2021-22-sportfishing-regulations-engagement.aspx All webinars will take place from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. January 18 – Introduction to Fisheries Management January 19 – Harvest Slot Sizes January 20 – Special Harvest Licenses January 21 – Native Trout Program Update January 25 – Proposed Regulation Changes for Central and Southern Alberta January 26 – Proposed Regulation Changes for Northwest Alberta January 27 – Proposed Regulation Changes for Northeast Alberta All webinars will include a question and answer period. Together, these public webinars will provide background information that will help inform the feedback Albertans provide on the 2021-22 Sportfishing Regulation survey, which will be available online on January 15.
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