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2019-2020 Fisheries regulation changes online consultation summary

Description

Walleye and Northern Pike Management Frameworks guide recreational Fishery Management Objectives for achieving a desired status and type of recreational fishery. These frameworks were introduced in 2018-2019 and consider the sustainability of each population in determining the management actions available for a given objective. Where options for management actions are available, stakeholder input is sought in developing the desired status and type of recreational fisheries in many of Alberta’s fisheries management zones. For lakes with proposed regulation changes for 2019-2020, an online consultation was open from mid-November to mid-December 2018 to seek input on the Management Objectives and associated actions (regulations) for each waterbody. This report summarizes the results gathered from the online consultation.

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Title and publication information

Type
Guide
Extent

43 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Environment and Parks

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Subject Information

Start Date

2018-11-01

End Date

2018-12-31

Resource Dates

Date Created

2019-01-01

Date Added

2019-02-22T22:44:23.662437

Date Modified

2019-02-22

Date Issued

2019-01-01

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Usage / Licence

Contact

Contact Name

Alberta Environment and Parks