Go FISH!

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Reel in some action all summer long - we're bringing a new splash to the classic 'Go fish' game!

Go FISH! is for novice and avid anglers alike to take part in responsible angling practices and hone their fishing skills. Instead of collecting pairs of cards, you'll be collecting new skills and memories as you complete challenges in these categories:

  • Fishing in your community,
  • Identification
  • Safety
  • Habitat,
  • ! Act now

There are two ways to play; one is to download a photo of the bingo card to your phone and check off the challenges as you

Reel in some action all summer long - we're bringing a new splash to the classic 'Go fish' game!

Go FISH! is for novice and avid anglers alike to take part in responsible angling practices and hone their fishing skills. Instead of collecting pairs of cards, you'll be collecting new skills and memories as you complete challenges in these categories:

  • Fishing in your community,
  • Identification
  • Safety
  • Habitat,
  • ! Act now

There are two ways to play; one is to download a photo of the bingo card to your phone and check off the challenges as you go, or use the challenge board below, and hit the like button for each challenge as you complete it.

This page will be your virtual tackle box - so make sure to check out all of the resources to help you Go FISH! Once you've completed a challenge in each category, fill out the survey below for the chance to add something useful to your own tackle box. If you complete all of the challenges we have available, you will be entered to win an extra prize! You have until October 31st to complete challenges and fill out the survey.

To participate, please log in or set up an account with Talk AEP! Continue to check back here throughout the season for updates and opportunities that will take you to new waters.


Privacy Statement

All comments, including any personal information you provide in your comments or username used to register to participate are posted when adding a pin to the map under the Fishing Locations tab and are publicly available. Therefore, DO NOT INCLUDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION IN YOUR COMMENTS OR USERNAME. Comments collected under the Challenges and Submit for a Prize tabs will not be posted publicly.

Comments regarding Fisheries Education are collected under the authorization of Section 33(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act and are managed in accordance with Part 2 of the FOIP Act. Your personal information, if included, will be removed for internal purposes (but not from our website comments page) and the comments aggregated and used to inform fisheries education programs and products. The personal information will be used to provide prizes in recognition of completing responsible angling and stewardship actions, beyond this purpose it will not be used or disclosed for any other purpose than stated, without your specific written consent or unless required to do so by law. Should you wish to have your personal information removed, corrected or have any other questions, please contact the AEP Information Centre, Community Engagement Branch at: 780-310-3773 or: 1-877-944-0313 to be connected toll-free from outside the Edmonton area.

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Fishing in Your Community

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Anglers in Alberta show skills and desires as diverse as imaginable. As the needs of Albertans change, so do management practices. Today, fisheries are managed with the needs of multiple stakeholders in mind, including Indigenous peoples, recreational fishers and even some competitive fishing events. An amazing assortment of fishing experiences exist in Alberta; you just have to find one that interests you! 

Many fish populations are managed in unique ways to provide diverse fishing experiences and meet fisheries management objectives: 



Click the map to explore opportunities or share your experience fishing at locations near you.


NOTE: Do not include any...

Anglers in Alberta show skills and desires as diverse as imaginable. As the needs of Albertans change, so do management practices. Today, fisheries are managed with the needs of multiple stakeholders in mind, including Indigenous peoples, recreational fishers and even some competitive fishing events. An amazing assortment of fishing experiences exist in Alberta; you just have to find one that interests you! 

Many fish populations are managed in unique ways to provide diverse fishing experiences and meet fisheries management objectives: 



Click the map to explore opportunities or share your experience fishing at locations near you.


NOTE: Do not include any personal information in your comments as they can be viewed by the public. You can also change or delete your comment anytime. Please note that your username will be posted with your comment; if you would like to change your username before posting, follow the steps described here