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Tags: fish stocking

Views: 80095
Updated

May 29, 2020

Description

Provides a listing of waterbodies across the province where trout or arctic grayling are stocked to provide sportfishing opportunities. The report details the number, species and strain of the fish being stocked. This report is updated regularly during the fish stocking season.


Views: 677
Updated

May 29, 2020

Description

Information on the waterbody, species and strain, number of stocked fish, size, and week of stocking. Current year fish stocking information is updated regularly and subject to change without notice. As new stocking information becomes available, it will be appended to the file for the current year.


Views: 1013
Updated

May 1, 2020

Description

This dataset provides planned fish stocking information on waterbodies within Alberta during the Spring and Fall stocking seasons. Please note that fish species, number stocked, and dates may change without notice. Actual fish stocking numbers are reported in the Fish Stocking Report, which is...


Views: 265
Updated

April 1, 2016

Description

This fact sheet presents the fisheries regulation change to reflect the new fisheries management objective.


Views: 423
Updated

March 1, 2016

Description

The objective of the project was to gather sufficient data within each of the eight water bodies to make it possible to determine if each water body has appropriate habitat (depth and water quality) to support stocked fish throughout the year. The recorded information will also determine which...


Views: 178
Updated

August 5, 2014

Description

Province-wide fisheries management strategies must rely on the basic building block of assessments of the status of individual stocks of fish. For fisheries management strategies and plans to be consistent across Alberta, fish stock assessments must be comparable between stocks, areas and time....


Views: 395
Updated

July 2, 2014

Description

The Alberta Fish Sustainability Index (FSI) is a standardized process that brings consistency to individual stock assessments province-wide. This level of evaluation allows for a landscape-level assessment and broad temporal comparisons of fish sustainability and status. Further, it assists in...