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Archived Video Files of Fish Activity From NODE 13 (automatic-cleaning) - Lake Eugenia, Ontario

       Fish activity has been filtered by our multi-level detection algorithms to count fish, with a focus on carp and bass

Node 13 Live Feed



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December 10th 2015

Winter activity throughout the day including a duck, Rainbow Trout, Yellow Perch, and Largemouth Bass.


September 23rd 2015

Rainbow Trout from the Beaver River enter Lake Eugenia in the early evening to over-winter.


September 17th 2015

A healthy untagged Largemouth Bass forages in aquatic vegetation. The diet of this species consists of frogs and smaller fish such as minnows, Yellow Perch, and sunfish.


September 16th 2015

Very few Common Carp have been observed in 2015  compared to previous years.


August 20th 2015

Largemouth Bass, Yellow Perch, and Rock Bass use aquatic vegetation as habitat.


August 18th 2015

Recorded video of fish can provide insight into population estimates, if individual fish can be identified. In this video, the identifying feature is the tail, which is missing a piece on one fish. 


August 17th 2015

Largemouth Bass and Brown Bullhead utilize a weed bed during the afternoon. 


August 8th 2015 


An untagged Largemouth Bass forages late in the afternoon, along with a juvenile Yellow Perch and a Rock Bass. 



July 31st 2015

Brown Bullhead are difficult to observe during the day due to their nocturnal nature.  


July 15th 2015 

Multiple Smallmouth Bass utilize large woody debris as habitat.


July 4th 2015

Snapping turtles prefer obstructed or covered areas on the bottom of rivers and lakes with soft mud, organic debris, and vegetation. The majority of their diet consists of aquatic vegetation and small fish.


June 26th 2015

Rock Bass and Smallmouth Bass in Lake Eugenia.


June 20th 2015

Common Carp are a non-native species that negatively impacts native fish communities. They are bottom-feeders, that feed by sucking up food items as well as sediment. During this process they expel mud and silt, which increases turbidity, impacts plant photosynthesis and smothers fish nests.     


June 14th 2015

A snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina).


June 14th 2015

Schools of Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio) are observed throughout the day in Lake Eugenia.


June 14th 2015

Juvenile Smallmouth Bass swim among schools of Common Carp.


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