Canada Fishing Charters
With the longest coastline in the world and about a quarter of the planet's freshwater resources, Canada is well-known for its fisheries—including its recreational fisheries. Fishing or angling has historically been a popular leisure activity for both Canadians and visitors alike. The important economic contributions of recreational fishing are felt in all parts of Canada, especially in many remote areas. However, this activity can have environmental implications, particularly on fish populations. In addition to the effect of recreational fishing, fish numbers are also influenced by a number of other factors including commercial fishing, water quality, fish habitat, invasive species and fish stocking. Recreational fishing activities, which can include fish stocking, can have a positive impact on our environment. Similarly, cleaner waterways and ecosystems, which are promoted by this industry, benefit not only angling activities, but also the environment in general.