Quality Fishing Regulation under review for Police Lake: action requested

A recent posting on Fly Fish Alberta is calling for public input on the Quality Fishery at Police Lake in Southern Alberta. This lake currently has special regulations, but there is a proposal to revert back to the old rules. Special rules are also in place at Muir Lake to help improve and sustain the quality of the fishery. Help influence the decision for Police Lake and other Quality Fisheries by sending a message to Terry as per the message below.

Police Outpost Lake. Review of Quality Fishing Regulation. Public/Stakeholder Input requested.

Proposal #1 Keep the current regulations (1 Trout Limit over 50 cm; Bait Ban; Closed November 1 to March 31)
Proposal #2 Go back to the previous regulations (5 Trout Limit; No Size Restrictions; No Bait Ban; Open Year Round)

You can send your opinion to:

Terry Clayton
Senior Fisheries Biologist ASRD Fish and Wildlife Division
2nd Floor, YPM Place
530-8 Street South
Lethbridge, Alberta
T1J 2J8
Fax: (403) 381-5723
Email: Terry.Clayton@gov.ab.ca

Terry will be accepting letters, faxes and emails up until Tuesday may 31, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. No phone calls will be accepted and only one response per angler, please. Please put “Police Lake Regulations” in the email subject line and feel free to indicate the reasons for your choice.
Alberta Sutainable Resource Development, Fisheries Management Division, appreciates your feedback and will consider your input when making a final management decision.