Angler Engagement

On February 4, 2015 Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) and local angling groups met at the Port Credit Yacht Club (PCYC) to discuss fish habitat restoration opportunities along the Lake Ontario shoreline in Mississauga. CVC staff revealed recent findings from its comprehensive review of the shoreline. Participants contributed to the discussion by identifying specific areas for habitat restoration, with the goal of developing a comprehensive restoration plan.

Meeting overview

Presentation overview presented by CVC staff

  • Jon MacMull (Supervisor Marketing and Communications) – Introduction
  • Jon Clayton (Aquatic Biologist) – Lake Ontario Integrated Shoreline Strategy
  • Karen Chisholm (Program Coordinator, Special Projects) – Current shoreline projects


Mississauga Bass Masters, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forests (MNRF), UnReel Charters, Credit River Anglers Association (CRAA) and local Credit River anglers


Trout Unlimited Canada, Andrew’s Charter, Reel Addiction Sport Fishing, Ontario Sport Fishing Guide Ontario, Salmon Express, Fish on Charter, Safetydude Fishing Charters, Izzi Charters, Muskies Canada, Izaak Walton Fly Fishing Club and Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters

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