What Some Experts Say About The Damsa Project
Dr. Ewen McLean, Director, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Aquaculture Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
.... an unusual innovation in lake fishery management....the project has successfully integrated market research, environmental and technical methodologies to produce an attractive proposition.
Rick Salmon, Fisheries Biologist, Lake Nipigon Fisheries Assessment Unit, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Nipigon, Ontario
The fisheries created by Damsa are better than those in Lake Nipigon.
Dr. Chris Wilson, Aquatic Biodiversity and Conservation, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario
By preventing reproduction between stocked and native fish, the technology and protocols developed by Damsa better protect the genetic integrity of native brook trout populations.
Gord Ellis, Outdoor Writer
... the Damsa plan will certainly be one of the most unique fishery initiatives ever undertaken in the province of Ontario, if not North America.
Ernest Schwiebert Jr., author, entomologist, founding member Trout Unlimited USA
(Fly) anglers would be very attracted to the experiences envisioned by the company.
Bob Izumi, Real Fishing Show
... a five pound brook trout is a very good fish; a seven pounder is a great fish; an eight pound brook trout - I'm wired.
Al Lindner, In-Fisherman Magazine, In-Fisherman Show
Dave Hughes, outdoor writer, fly fisherman
... operation sounds intriguing.
Mr Robert Hamilton, Fisheries Manager
.... Damsa trout have a good chance of topping 10 pounds.
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