Alberta Fisheries Management Round Table

Mandate

The Alberta Fisheries Management Round Table is a provincial-level stakeholder advisory and consultation forum. This Round Table is made up of approximately 40-50 representatives of stakeholder groups related to fishing and fish conservation and management, representing:

  • Aboriginal peoples
  • Anglers
  • Commercial and domestic fishers
  • Guides
  • Outdoor writers
  • Sportfishing industry

The Round Table typically convenes in the spring and fall of each year to discuss substantive issues related to fisheries management. As an example, one of the present challenges of the Round Table is to lead the way in a public consultation process to define what "Fishing in the 21st Century" should look like in Alberta.

Meetings

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2016 Meetings

2015 Meetings

Agenda

Discussion and background Items

2014 Meetings

Agenda

Discussion and background Items

Fish Stocking and Quality Stocked Fisheries

2013 Meetings

2012 Meetings

Agenda

Discussion and background Items

Information on angling licensing and fees

2011 Meetings

Agenda

Discussion and background Items

Fact Sheets and Other Resources

Information about the Management of Competitive Fishing Events

 

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Updated: Jul 29, 2016