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Ensuring Future Generations Will Have Quality Fishing Opportunities

Dedicated to Conservation Since 1983

Thousands of hours of volunteer work are completed each year by Lake Huron Fishing Club’s dedicated Club Members. Their efforts encompass a wide range of impactful initiatives, including operating two fish hatcheries, implementing stream enhancements, facilitating environmental improvements, undertaking projects in schools, actively advocating for the fishing rights of all citizens, and providing valuable assistance to government agencies on various assessments and enforcement matters.

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Lake Huron Fishing Club logo colour

Volunteers Welcome!

The LHFC is always looking for volunteers to assist in our many day to day endeavors. These include School, Trout & Salmon Hatcheries, Derby Committee, Derby Weigh Stations, Kincardine Docks, Computer Skills, Stream Enhancements etc.

The satisfaction of making our fishery better is indescribable, so if you would like to join, we would love to hear from you.

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Our Hatcheries

The fish we raise are released along the Lake Huron shoreline and its many tributaries.


Brown Trout & Rainbow Trout

We love to enjoy, promote and share the sport we love!

The Lake Huron Fishing Club has members from all across Ontario. The majority of the Club’s members come from within the boundaries of Bruce, Grey and Huron counties.

The LHFC has developed productive partnerships with municipalities and businesses in the area. Most recently, we have strengthened our relationship with Bruce Power, who shares the same core values as the Club… to enhance and help Mother Nature as much as possible to preserve our precious resources. Their financial commitment has propelled us into conservation projects on a grand scale.

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Community Stories

Check out our latest community stories, and learn about ongoing projects.

Partial Removal of Walkerton’s Truax Dam Completed

Brockton Mayor Chris Peabody says the work done by the Lake Huron Fishing Club and Bruce Power on the project has resulted in a much nicer area for the municipality.

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A Great Lake Revival

The demise of alewives and salmon in Lake Huron brought something nobody expected: An explosion of native species. Is Lake Michigan next? And could a more diverse ecosystem offer protection against Asian carp and other invaders?
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Denny's Dam History

What do you know about where you are fishing on the Saugeen River? You know there is Denny’s Dam and that there was an old bridge nearby. You especially know know that the fishing is very good. But what else do you know about where you fish?

Fishing is by nature a reflective and meditative activity that forces you to slow down and enjoy your surroundings.

The Lake Huron Fishing Club (LHFC) was founded in 1983 as a not-for-profit organization in the Province of Ontario.

The mission statement for the Club is ‘Dedicated to ensuring future generations will have quality fishing opportunities’.
This includes education, promotion, protection, collaboration and enhancement of our aquatic activities and resources.
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