Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), working with a number of partners, has recently launched a study to assess the socio-economic impact of the Credit River fishery. To gather the necessary data they are conducting an angling survey along the River and on-line via their web site. CVC will be attempting to determine the value of the Credit fishery by evaluating such information as: distances traveled to fish, expenditures, amount of time spent and other variables. However, in order to get an accurate measure of its value all Credit River anglers are being requested to participate between now and the end of October. This information, when analyzed, will help provide the social and economic case for protection and restoration of the fishery and efforts to help keep the Credit River healthy. This study is the first part of a larger initiative by CVC to better understand how the natural features and areas of the Credit River Watershed benefit the residents and the local communities in social and economic ways. The survey is easy to complete, and all information anglers provide is kept strictly confidential. The survey is only a click away and can be accessed through the CVC website: www.creditvalleycons.com/anglersurvey.