Most anglers obeying the rules

A blitz on Lac Seul earlier this month by the OPP and Ministry of Natural Resources officers found 96 percent of anglers complying with the rules.
On June 8-9, officers from Sioux Lookout, Dryden, Red Lake, and Ear Falls spoke to 214 non-resident and 15 resident anglers on and around the lake.
Police officers laid three liquor charges, one small vessel regulation charge, and also issued numerous warnings for small vessel violations.
Meanwhile, conservation officers laid four slot size fish charges, three over-limit charges, and one live fish charge.
They also issued numerous warnings for other fishery-related and camping violations.
The public is asked to protect Ontario’s natural resources by reporting violations to their local OPP or MNR office, or anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).