Since 2017, Adam has been the Fisheries Biologist for the OFAH. Prior to this position, he spent nearly 15 of his professional years in the outdoors and environmental fields with a focus on fisheries monitoring and assessments. Adam’s roots are from Eastern Ontario, where his passion for muskie fishing began, but aside from all things scaly in nature, he is also a self-proclaimed “hardcore” black bear hunter.
There are more than 1.4 million anglers in Ontario and 60 to 80% of them use baitfish; however, overcoming ecological risks associated with baitfish is inherently challenging. Unwanted introductions via the baitfish