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We gathered input from Albertans on proposed changes to continue conserving and managing fish populations and sportfishing opportunities in Alberta.
Your feedback informed the 2021 Alberta Sportfishing Regulations.
Topics of discussion included:
- options to enhance the Special Harvest Licence system
- management objectives and fishing regulation options for a number of waterbodies across Alberta
January 15 to February 8, 2021
Results under review
Who is listening
Ministry of Environment and Parks
Albertans shared their feedback and participated online from January 15 to February 8, 2021 by:
- completing an online survey
- asking questions
- viewing an interactive waterbody map
- attending webinars
Thank you for your participation and input.
- 2021-22 Sport Fisheries Management Engagement (PDF, 1.4 MB)
- Sport Fisheries Management Engagement - Regulation Changes Summary (PDF, 527 KB)
Your feedback was incorporated into the 2021 Sportfishing Regulations, which came into effect on April 1, 2021. Changes include:
- updated Special Harvest Licence Program
- new harvest opportunities for walleye on Wabamun, North Wabasca and South Wabasca lakes
- new harvest opportunities for Northern pike on North Wabasca and North Buck lakes
Last updated: March 30, 2021