Tuesday, November 17, 7:30 pm at the Lynx Wing building, Avenue C at 51st st. Newcomers are always welcome.
The researchers hadn’t had quite enough time to compile their data for October, so the report on the Mountain Sucker study was postponed last month. The latest information provided to the Kilpatrick board is that they will be ready for our November meeting, and will be providing us with their preliminary findings.
While the Mountain Sucker isn’t a target species for our club, the research should provide valuable and interesting information on the health and status of the various waters in the Cypress Hills area of south western Saskatchewan. This of course directly relates to other fish species we do try to catch – Brown, Brook, and Rainbow Trout – which share the same waters. There should be ample time for questions after the presentation.
See you on the 17th of November.