Welcome – – listed here are a few things you might like to know about the members and activities of O.F.A.H. Zone “E”.
There are over 150 clubs with-in the O.F.A.H. Zone “E”. The zone area boundaries are approximately : the West border is the Whitby end of Oshawa (on Lake Ontario), North to approximately Dwight, and over to the South/West corner of Algonquin Park. The Northern border of the zone is approximately Huntsville East along the Southern border of the Algonquin Park to the Ontario shore of the Ottawa River – North of Pembroke. The Eastern border is Lake Ontario at Brighton then North to approximately Apsley then a right hand turn across to Arnprior on the Ottawa River. The South border is Lake Ontario. The rest of the eastern part of the province (East of our zone) is O.F.A.H. Zone “F”.
Some of the activities this zone are involved with are: stocking of Atlantic Salmon on the Cobourg Creek, counting Pickerel / Walleye on the Otonabee River,Family Weekend fishing events both Summer & Winter. We are also involved with work on protecting and restoring Ontario wet lands & waterfowl habitat, native affairs issues, Darlington Waterfowl Hunt, land use issues, species at risk, and invasive species – – just to name a few.
In 2017 we added helping with the new video monitoring in the fish ladder at Corbett’s Dam in Port Hope
Our aim is to participate in protection, prosperity, availability of Ontario wild-places and wildlife for us and future generations. If you want to volunteer to help protect and improve your Ontario wildlife and wild-places, don’t hesitate to contact us to help.