Like the waterbodies and creatures we serve, ACA’s Fisheries Program doesn’t stand still. We design our projects to conserve and manage specific fish species and habitats spanning the province.
Almost everything we do is aimed at enhancing vulnerable populations, providing recreational harvest opportunities for Albertans, and partnering with communities and industries. Sometimes that means talking about industrial development, sometimes that means finding ways to improve fish habitat for native populations, and sometimes that means dialing it back and getting some families out fishing!
Please see the projects we are currently working on in our Annual Operating Plan.
- Assessment of Lower Profile Game Species
- Effectiveness of Walleye-Pike Fishing Regulations
- Fish Pond Rehabilitation
- Fish Stocking
- Fish Stocking Evaluation
- Fish Stocking Expansion – Channel Catfish Ponds
- Fish Stocking Expansion – New Lakes
- Lake Aeration
- New Lake Aeration Development
- Owl River Fish Habitat Protection
- Oxygen-Temperature Trends in the Beaverlodge Redwillow River Watershed
- Ram River Bull Trout Assessment
- Upper Clearwater River Native Trout Recovery
- Upper Mcleod River Native Trout Inventory
- Westslope Cutthroat Trout Population Monitoring in the Upper Oldman River Core Area
- Westslope Cutthroat Trout Range Expansion
- Wildhay River Native Trout Inventory