Salvelinus Namaycush - "Iqaluakpak"
Largely unknown although some studies have reported Lake Trout in lakes on the Yukon North Slope.
Little to no harvest of Lake Trout occurs on the Yukon North Slope. From 1988 to 1999 Inuvialuit harvest data for lake trout was collected through the Inuvialuit Harvest Study. There is no restriction on the Inuvialuit harvest of Lake Trout on the Yukon North Slope.
Yukon sport fishing regulations apply to others fishing on the Yukon North Slope. Parks Canada regulations apply within Ivvavik National Park.
The FJMC conducts a sport angler survey of recreational anglers who have purchased a licence, or registered to fish, in the ISR between April and September each year. The objective of the survey is to determine the number, species and location of fish caught by sport anglers within the ISR during the spring and summer fishing season. Anglers surveyed include those issued with a Parks Canada fishing permits to fish within Ivvavik National Park. Most sport fish catches were reported from along the Firth River corridor.
|Sport||Preferential||Sport fishing with licence from GNWT or YTG|
Lake trout attract little to no eco-tourism on the Yukon North Slope.
Some research conducted in the early 1970s as part of the Mackenzie valley pipeline studies. Information collected included limited distribution data, length/weight relationships and food habits.
Most aspects of Lake Trout ecology on the Yukon North Slope.
|Ivvavik National Park||IFA||Parks Canada||none|
|Hershel Island Territorial Park||Fisheries Act, Fisheries General Regulations||YTG|
|East of the Babbage River||NWT Fisheries Regulations & Yukon Fisheries Regulations||YTG|
|Adjoining NWT||NWT Wildlife Act||National Parks Act & Regulations|
The Fisheries Joint Management Committee makes recommendations to the Minister of Fisheries for all fisheries matters in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region. The FJMC provides the means to jointly set Inuvialuit subsistence quota and allocate such quota among the communities.
Community-based information on this species may be found in the reports of the annual community-based monitoring program conducted in Aklavik and neighbouring communities by the Arctic Borderlands Ecological Knowledge Co-op.http://www.taiga.net/coop/community/index.html
Bryan, J.E., C.E. Walker, R.E. Kendel, and M.S. Elson. 1973. Freshwater aquatic ecology in northern Yukon Territory 1971. Northern Operations Branch, Fisheries and Marine Services, Dept. of the Environment.
Chiperzak, D. 1999. Personal communication, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Yellowknife.
Joint Secretariat, 2003. Inuvialuit Harvest Study, Data and Methods Report 1988 – 1997. Inuvik, NT. http://www.fjmc.ca/publications/IHS.htm
Parks Canada. 2003. Annual Report of Research and Monitoring in National Parks of the Western Arctic 2003. http://www.pc.gc.ca/docs/v-g/rs-rm2003/sec1/index_E.asp
Steigenberger, L.W., G.J. Birch, P.G. Bruce, and R.A. Robertson. 1973. Northern Yukon freshwater fisheries studies 1973. Northern Operations Branch, Fisheries and Marine Services, Dept. of the Environment.
Stephenson, S. 1999. Personal communication, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Inuvik.