My Wild Alberta This Waterbody Wednesday takes us to a unique but well-known river west of Edmonton. The Upper Pembina River is the southernmost extent of the natural range of Arctic grayling in Alberta, and has Continue reading Upper Pembina education session and video
Eight 30” x 72” rewritten, reillustrated and redesigned signs on the natural food itemsthat trout in stocked lakes find to eat when they arrive from the hatchery will be installedat Muir Lake later in August. These Continue reading What Trout Eat
Plus a chance to win! TUC endeavours to be “the voice for Canada’s water” but it’s becoming increasingly apparent that our freshwater, especially in Alberta, is facing a biodiversity crisis and needs an even louder voice. Continue reading Why Renew your TUC membership?
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 Continue reading Flies for Alberta
Mark your calendars! Wednesday, February 17, 2021, is the first tying seminar in our Tying for Conservation fundraiser. From now until April talented Canadian fly tyers are using their skills to raise funds for Conservation. Signup for one Continue reading TUC Tying for Conservation