Water levels are again a conversation on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. Instead of devastating floods, in 2022, the conversation is the exact opposite. A dry summer, with little precipitation, has led to low water levels on both the lake and river, which has caused frustration throughout these communities as recreational seasons are being cut short. Read the full story by WSYR-TV – Syracuse, NY.
Of the 945 charter boat guides licensed in Ohio, there are 18 who are female, and only two in Ottawa County. Earning success in a male-dominated profession is a significant accomplishment, but the discrepancies between them and their male colleagues pretty much end there. Read the full story by The Beacon. Read the full story
Due to constant weather changes, anglers have been facing challenges with reeling in trout. There is still some hope that if it warms up a bit the bass season should be good. Read the full story by Big Rapid Pioneer. Read the full story
There’s a special weather statement issued by Environment Canada for Bruce, Grey, Perth, Huron and Wellington Counties.
While the Great Lakes Compact bans diverting water from the lakes, years-long droughts in Western states have brought renewed attention to the possibility of pumping water in from the Mississippi River and the Great Lakes. Read the full story by Michigan Radio. Read the full story
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