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Tioweroton Voluntary Catch Reporting Program Underway


The Kahnaw�:ke Environment Protection Office (KEPO) would like to advise the community that the Catch Reporting Program (CRP) has begun in Tiower�:ton. The CRP seeks to monitor the health of the tioti�:kton (brook trout) populations in the territory and share the information with the community.

The project works by collecting catch information (number of fish caught, size, time spent fishing, etc.) from fishers. Knowledge gained through this CRP can help to preserve and rehabilitate tioti�:kton populations in Tiower�:ton.

CRP card collection stations were installed on Monday, August 16th (see photo) at the Caretakers� office, and Lakes La Dam, La Fourche, Gagnon, Little Gagnon, Red Trout, and Little John, as well as several points along the creek. KEPO invites all community members to participate in this voluntary program when they go fishing by filling out and returning CRP cards (available at CRP stations or from any of the Caretakers). Including a name is optional and all catch information will remain anonymous. Names will only be used to enter participants into a random draw for fishing equipment later in the fall.

High community participation will increase the usefulness of this initiative. Detailed instructions are below and are also posted at CRP stations. Please help us to understand this fishery so that it may be preserved for generations to come.

To view KEPO�s responses to the recent community concerns about the CRP, visit our website at

For questions or comments, please contact KEPO at 450-635-0600 or

Catch recording station at Lake Little John

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