Volunteers from Trout Unlimited Canada – Northern Lights Fly Fishers Chapter conducted a “citizen science” project to study walleye in Jackfish Lake, Alberta. The study took place during the open-water season of 2021. We assumed that Continue reading Citizen Science reveals unexpected finding!
We will gather at Muir Lake on Sunday May 1 at 10 AM to clean up around theboat launch and lake. You will need work gloves and rubber boots, and optionallytools like rakes or a reach Continue reading Muir Lake Cleanup – May 1
Did you know that Trout Unlimited Canada is part of the Alberta Native Trout Collaborative? Alberta’s native trout are key indicators of water health, but they’re some of the most threatened species in the province! So, Continue reading Alberta Native Trout
On October 28, AEP provided an update on the work in the Upper Pembina watershed. Northern Lights Fly Fishers was involved in the work and Mike Blackburn recognized the contributions of our group. See the video Continue reading Upper Pembina Education Session
After the successful installation of the new ‘What Trout Eat’ displays at Muir Lake, some members of Northern Lights Fly Fishers have used that material in developing a new stillwater fishing resource that’s now freely available Continue reading What Trout Eat – Digital Edition