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Arctic Grayling in Alberta (Thymallus Arcticus)

Arctic Grayling

Arctic Grayling Identification

  1. Large sail like dorsal fin
  2. forked tail
  3. may also have spots in the shape of an X or V
  4. small narrow mouth with small teeth in both jaws

Arctic Grayling Description

Arctic grayling are found in modest amounts among the northern parts of Alberta, and are considered sensitive to the risks of depletion. They are also mildly included in Alberta's fish stock program.

Quick Facts About Arctic Grayling

  • Zones: ES1, ES3, ES4 | NB1, NB2, NB3, NB4 | WTL, WDB
  • Diet: flies, small fish, eggs, the bottom
  • Habitat: cold water, shallow waters of rivers, streams, ponds, lakes
  • Breeding: spring
  • Alberta Record: 2lb 15.5oz
  • Life Span: 18 years
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