Conservation

Forest City Bassmasters has now moved to conservation non-piercing culling tags only for its tournaments (By-law enacted November 2018).

Forest City is participating in the “Pledge to Pitch It” program. Members pledge to collect their used plastic baits for proper disposal or recycling. Most collected baits will be re-melted and turned in to new baits.

Ontario Students Enjoying Elliott’s Hatchery Program
August, 2017: John Neporadny’s piece on bassmaster.com highlighting FCBM member Richard Elliot’s work with Ontario students. Richard has been placing mini salmon egg hatcheries in elementary schools across the province. See:
https://www.bassmaster.com/news/ontario-students-enjoying-elliott-s-program

Tournament Weights Submitted to Local Conservation Authorities
October, 2015: Tournament weights and creel surveys for 2015 have been submitted to the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority (URTCA) (for Fanshawe and Wildwood Tournaments) and to the Grand River Conservation Authority (for our Conestogo Tournament). These surveys help better their understanding of lake health and fish populations.

Springbank Dam Removal Petition
April, 2015: Forest City Bassmasters supports the Thames River Anglers Association petition to have Springbank Dam removed. We encourage all our members and others to read and sign the petition at:
http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/decomission-springbank-dam.html

The petition can also be signed in person at Angling Sports.

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