• #Actuallivingscientist skype day with 3rd graders

    If you are a scientist, and you have twitter, you are probably familiar with the “actuallivingscientist” hashtag that’s been going around the science community on social media. If not, do a search of #actuallivingscientist on twitter and you’ll see what we are talking about. Essentially, scientists from around the world are tweeting about who they

  • New article published in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management

    I am pleased to share an article that co-authors and I recently published in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management. This article, titled “Isotopic structure of Lake Whitefish in Lake Huron: Evidence for regional and local populations based on resource use”, details the ecological population structure of whitefish in Lake Huron as determined by

  • Experiencing salmon in BC

    As 2016 nears an end I felt it only fit to share one of my favourite adventures (of many!) of 2016. Last summer (2015) Tom and I completed fun-filled fly fishing road trip throughout North western Montana (blog post here). As August rolled around this year, we had a burning desire to get back on

  • First ice in Saskatchewan

    It’s time to get off my blog hiatus! I have a few stories coming for the blog, but I couldn’t help but share these pictures first! This weekend Tom, our friend Chance, and myself headed out to find ice in Saskatchewan. We were happy to find some on one of the province’s many stocked trout

  • What do I do if I catch a fish with a tag?

    As part of the walleye and sauger research being conducted in Dr. Chris Somers’ research program (click here to read more) we now have a number of walleye and sauger tagged in several SK lakes. While the chances of catching one of these walleye or sauger is quite low, it does happen! In fact, at