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Who is AReelLady?

I think it’s time I reintroduce myself! Sooooo My name is Janelle and I created AReelLady back in September to share and showcase stories...

My First Time

I call it my first time because back in 2022 I went on my first solo trip. I went to a small, nearby provincial park to set up camp. It...

Smartest Way to Plan YOUR Summer!

I feel lucky to go on at least 7 camping trips per summer as well as the odd lodge but I wouldn’t allow it to go any other way. Planning...

Lake Erie Walleye

Last year I experienced my first boat trip with my dad Mike S and a family friend, Tim H. What a great experience. Shoutout to Tim for...

Jig& Trailer Set-up Ideas

POV you’re setting up new jig and trailer combos to try for spring 2024 💃🏽 • 1/2o Mustad Jig/ ExtremeFishing Ribbed jerk Bait • 3/4o...

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Here’s What’s Happening

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Invasive Species- Grass Carp- INFO

Grass Carp pose significant ecological threats to the Great Lakes and connected fisheries through aggressive feeding and removal of aquatic vegetation. This results in loss of habitat for other species. Per day, one grass carp consumes up to 40% of their body weight.. With an average of 25kg growing all the way up to 45kg (99lbs) per fish. This degradation affects not only all of our favourite fish, but birds and other wetland creatures as well. 
I’ve attached a photo of this fish to help you identify it. If you come across one of these grass carp, it is illegal not to report it and/or remove it. As anglers it’s important for us to watch out for these things.
 You can find more information at asiancarp.ca

Use the link to report sightings or help you identify this invasive species. 

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