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 Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters

Is the oldest and largest nonprofit, nongovernment fish and wildlife conservation organization in Canada.  With more than 100,000 members, subscribers and supporters, and 720 member clubs, the OFAH is the VOICE of anglers and hunters


CRAA is a watershed group, so we work on the entire watershed and all species within. Our main focus is on sport fish, (trout, Atlantic and Pacific salmon and bass), but our work benefits everyone and everything in the valley from birds to animals to other valley users through carefully planned conservation work. CRAA's foremost objectives are a pristine river, with stable flows, reduced silt and flooding, a healthy valley with dense forest cover and improved groundwater.

The Metro East Anglers or MEA, a registered Canadian charity, previously known as the Metro East Steelhead and Salmon Fishermen, has long been involved in the betterment of the fishery. From a humble beginning in 1995 at the Parkview Hatchery with the rearing of 3500 Rainbow Trout in an upwelling box, the club has grown to produce yearly almost one million Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout, Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon and Atlantic Salmon for stocking in our local watersheds.

 The club continues to support an increased membership of dedicated anglers and conservationists.


Fishing 101 for Women is a non-profit program that offers seminars, fishing opportunities and instruction for women that are interested in learning the basics of recreational angling. Participants are provided with the tools and knowledge to start fishing on their own and so they can bring their children out to fish with the confidence of knowing how to set up a rod, bait a hook, release a fish and much more.



When you decide to take a stand for something that you are truly passionate about, and you are concentrating your efforts on fighting to retain your long established rights, you don’t expect to be presented with a golden opportunity to become part of creating something new, something better. Toronto Urban Fishing Ambassadors came in to being as a positive, ongoing legacy of the struggle against the sudden threat of losing public fishing access along Toronto’s harbour front, lake shore and public parks. This Urban Ambassadors project strives to protect and promote urban fishing across the Toronto area, mentors fishermen both young and old who want to learn how to fish responsibly, and educate local fisherman and international visitors about the world class fishery that’s available right here in downtown Toronto.

Established in 1995, Ontario Streams is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the conservation and rehabilitation of streams and wetlands, through education and community involvement.  Since our inception we have worked closely with numerous communities, landowners, and school groups to develop lasting partnerships in education and environmental stewardship.


We are a group of people who are passionate about life near the water and determined to help sustain it. If you believe that our lakes should be safe, quiet and respectful, this is the place for you.

Here are some of the things we support and a few we are working to change through dialogue, education and advocacy:

We are for safe lakes for everyone. We are against disrespectful and reckless boating.

We are for the environment. We are against shoreline erosion and habitat damage caused by large wakes.


Experience Lake Temagami at Ket-Chun-Eny Lodge for a great family vacation, a business retreat, or a hunting or fishing expedition. Deluxe fishing equipment allows the angler to discover spectacular fishing for trophy Lake Trout, Northern Pike, Walleye, Small Mouth Bass, and Whitefish.





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