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This article was published 22/4/2013 (1280 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Early in the spring on the northeast corner of Lake Manitoba, commercial fisher Frank Kenyon spends an overcast morning pulling up nets on the ice of Portage Bay. Filling the nets are northern pike, lake whitefish and walleye - all valuable - but roughly 50 per cent of the catch is made up of undesirable fish species. Fish that Kenyon will leave on the ice because the market price is too low to send the catch for processing in Winnipeg, and he is barred from sending it to markets outside Canada. Read more: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/fyi/Want-not-Waste-lot-203901541.html