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Tagged Walleye Caught

Nick T. in the FishUSA Pro Shop reeled in a tagged walleye around a month ago. Reports are now coming in that a second tagged walleye has been caught. The most recent tagged walleye was caught in around 45 feet of water off of the Brocton Water Tower out of Dunkirk, NY. A reminder to all anglers that Project iTag is a GLATOS project funded by the Erie PA Charter Boat Association, the Erie Sport Fishing Association and the S.O.N.S. of Lake Erie. If you do happen to catch a tagged fish, you are asked to contact the PA Fish Commision Biologist by calling the iTAG Hotline (814-474-1515) to supply vital research information and collect more information about your fish. Good luck and stay safe!
FishUSA Teams Up with AFTCO, GLATOS

FishUSA has teamed up with the American Fishing Tackle Company (AFTCO) to give back to the fishing communities of the Great Lakes region by supporting the Great Lakes Acoustic Telemetry Observation System (GLATOS). At a time when Great Lakes Anglers are experiencing record-breaking fishing opportunities, FishUSA, AFTCO, and the netowrk of researchers at GLATOS are aiming to further enhance the region's fishing resources long into the future. Starting this spring, a portion of sales from the AFTCO line of products will be donated to GLATOS. FishUSA is also proud to be selling the AFTCO GLATOS T-Shirts. For each sale of these short and long sleeve t-shirts, $3 will be donated to GLATOS. You can read more about this partnership here.
S.O.N.S. of Lake Erie Boys and Girls Club of Erie Outing June 26

The S.O.N.S. of Lake Erie will be hosting an outing for the Boys and Girls Club of Erie. The event will take place on Wednesday, June 26, from 10 AM - 12 PM at the Waterworks Pond at Presque Isle State Park. Volunteers are needed.
S.O.N.S. of Lake Erie Summer Fishing Contest

In an effort to have some fun this upcoming fishing season, the S.O.N.S. of Lake Erie are sponsoring a fishing contest that will run from May 12 until September 15. If you catch a large perch or walleye you can enter it in the contest. You must be a S.O.N.S. member to enter. There is no entry fee. Only fish caught in Pennsylvania waters of Lake Erie, its tributaries, and Presque Isle Bay will qualify. FishUSA is a weigh-in station for all of these fish.