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Another post on conservation related subject because it’s on my mind.  It stems from recent discussions and some of my thoughts on what I find baffling:  Trying to turn the Conestogo River into a brown trout river when there is already populations of native fish in the river. I would like to see “enhancement” for…

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Sigh – How Grand Is the Grand Plan?

I’m being taken to task in another forum – even being accused of a “bass whacker” and someone that has garbage cleaned up after me, for suggesing the “Grand Plan” is fraudulent, and should not be applied as any sort of model to the Conestogo River. Here’s the “Grand Plan” official report, for public consumption.…

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The Grand Plan? Fraud Or Not

For about two decades, the Grand River in Ontario, just north, south and through Fergus has been hyped as a grand brown trout fishery. I’m having my doubts. I’d like to investigate this further – but many folk might be surprised to find out that Brown Trout are not even native to Ontario. Indeed, there…

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