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FLIPPR is a grassroots volunteer group of Parkland residents, municipalities and business partners whose vision is to create a world class still-water trout fishery for economic and recreational opportunities in the Manitoba Parkland Region. Our goal in the words of our first chairman Robert Sopuck is to develop a necklace of lakes along the west and southern boundaries of Riding Mountain National Park.

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From the Chair - November 2016

The Municipality of Harrison Park, along with FLIPPR, has passed a resolution to not turn on the Pybus Lake aeration this winter, due to the pike and yellow perch that have overtaken the lake.  FLIPPR and crew attempted to remove and repurpose as many trout as possible. FLIPPR will continue to assess the fish population in 2017 prior to bringing Pybus Lake back online.

 

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Thanks to Lake of the Prairies Conservation District and Fisheries Wildlife Enhancement Fund, the Municipality of Roblin has received new micro-bubble systems for East Goose Lake, West Goose Lake, Persse Lake and Twin Lakes.

These pictures of what the micro-bubble diffuser plates look like and their surface disturbance when operating were taken at Tees Lake last year.

In addition to making available dissolved oxygen throughout winter months for trout health, a simple independent study on the Airmax Aeration (www.airmaxeco.com/improve-water-clarity-reduce-muck-just-90-days) technology showed a significant reduction in nitrogen and phosphorous levels and an increase of aerobic bacteria activity (eats the lake scudge).

Along with improvement to Tees Lake's water turbidity, the Municipality of Roblin expects that anglers and lake visitors should notice a reduction of algae on East Goose and West Goose lakes (which are natural catch basins) in the coming years.
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Thanks to Lake of the Prairies Conservation District and Fisheries Wildlife Enhancement Fund, the Municipality of Roblin has received new micro-bubble systems for East Goose Lake, West Goose Lake, Persse Lake and Twin Lakes. 

These pictures of what the micro-bubble diffuser plates look like and their surface disturbance when operating were taken at Tees Lake last year.

In addition to making available dissolved oxygen throughout winter months for trout health, a simple independent study on the Airmax Aeration (http://www.airmaxeco.com/improve-water-clarity-reduce-muck-just-90-days) technology showed a significant reduction in nitrogen and phosphorous levels and an increase of aerobic bacteria activity (eats the lake scudge). 

Along with improvement to Tees Lakes water turbidity, the Municipality of Roblin expects that anglers and lake visitors should notice a reduction of algae on East Goose and West Goose lakes (which are natural catch basins) in the coming years.

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Awesome news Question: We were recently at Twin and noticed the narrators were only in 4' of water. Are there plans to move them to deeper locations ?

Interesting to see how they handle thise famous Manitoba winters.

Tees Lake had this system put in in 2015. It performed very well considering the two complications it did have; one in 2015 and one in 2016. None of the issues was determined to be technology or capacity based (a diffuser plate broken by a beaver causing a pressure imbalance and ground shift cracked a buried air extension line, both were fixed and unforeseeable at the time of installation). Having 5 systems to look after...yes, it'll be interesting to see what happens!

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Keep up the great work!!

Chris Mansell

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