Conservation

Contact Scott Shaw @ website@barriebassmasters.com
for all conservation inquiries

Dyment Pond

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Dyment Pond is Barrie Bassmaster’s newest conservation project with a plan to get this pond back to its original ecosytem that will be able to sustain a healthy fish population for residents to enjoy.

Located near our meeting headquarters off of Ann Street and Dunlop, we are working with the City of Barrie as well as the Ministry of Natural Resources.

This project has been accomplished with the help from Barrie Bassmasters Senior members, Jr. Bassmasters as well as friends and family of members.

Photos of the cleanup and videos coming soon

Little Lake

 

Little Lake has been one of the longes running projects in the Barrie Bassmasters Club.

Each year we remove huge ammounts of garbage from the shorelines of Little Lake.

This small shallow lake offers Bass, Catfish, Carp, Pike and Crappie with the odd walleye being caught as well.

Barrie Bassmaster installed several spawning nest boxes several years ago and Bass have used them year after year.

Photos and videos of the cleanup coming soon

Lake Simcoe

This by far is one of the biggest projects on our list to help improve fish habitat in LakeSimcoesKempenfeltBay.

Each year the club collects hundres of used and dead christmas trees from around the area. Trees also donated by Drysdale Tree Farm help us out as well with this project.

Trees are taken out into the deep shorelines of KempenfeltBay where there might not be any structure and dropped attached to a concrete block.

Past Videos of the artificial structure show that it is working as planed. Videos show Bass, Perch, Sunfish and Bluegills using the trees as protective cover.

Photos and videos of the work with the tree drop coming soon