Thursday, December 17, 2009

Marine fishtank

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Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Québec Fishing Licenses

Licenses
There are three categories of sport fishing licenses: salmon fishing, fishing for species other than salmon and burbot fishing. The license indicates the date, hour and minute issued and must be signed by the individual who sold it and by the license holder. When sport fishing, you must have your fishing license with you, and be prepared to present it, on request, to a wildlife protection officer or assistant. In the event the license is lost, stolen, or altered beyond use, another license must be purchased to continue fishing.

Exemptions
The spouse of the holder of a license for species other than salmon or of a license for burbot as well as their children under 18 years of age are entitled to fish without a license.
Children under 18 may fish without a license provided they are supervised by the holder of a fishing license or his/her spouse, aged 18 and older. The total number of fish caught and kept each day must not exceed the quantity to which the license holder is entitled.Note: These measures apply to residents and to Non-residents.

Salmon Fishing
Before fishing in salmon rivers, consult the brochure entitled "Salmon Sportfishing 2001" which describes the fishing conditions applying to salmon rivers. In a salmon river, a person must hold an Atlantic salmon sport fishing license to fish for any species during the salmon fishing season. Outside the salmon fishing season, the holder of a fishing license for species other than salmon can fish for these species in the parts of certain salmon rivers (consult "Salmon Sportfishing 2001")

Non Residents
Non-residents must hold a Québec sport fishing license to fish anywhere in Québec.

Purchasing a License
Licenses to fish for species other than salmon are sold by authorized license distributors, usually sport goods stores, hardware or convenience stores. These licenses are also sold by certain outfitters as well as certain wildlife reserves. However, this license is not required when fishing in a park managed by Parks Canada or in a fish pond. The spouse and children of a non-resident may fish without a license in some cases.
For info on Québec Sportfishing Contact :
Ministère de l'Environnement et de la Faune C.P. 22000 Québec (QC) CANADA G1K 7X2 Phone: (418) 643-3127

Alberta Sportfishing Licenses

You are required to purchase an Alberta Sportfishing license to fish in Alberta if you are over 16 years of age. Anglers under 16 years of age, 65 years or older, or a member of the Indian people are not required to purchase a sportfishing license but must follow all sportfishing regulations.
WIN Cards:
As of March 16, 1998 recreational fishing licenses and hunting licenses in Alberta are sold through private license issuers using a point of sale machine. Anglers and hunters must have a Wildlife Identification Number (WIN) card before purchasing and license or Wildlife Certificate under this new system. The WIN card is valid for five years. Anglers and hunters that have a valid WIN card can use it as a swipe card to purchase their yearly licensee.

If you already have a WIN card, the license will print your name address, phone number, date of birth, height, weight and alternate identification information that was provided at the time of your WIN card purchase. Any change of information should be noted on the WIN application forms available at any license issuer.

If you do not have a WIN card, you will be required to fill out a WIN application form at the license issuer. A temporary WIN receipt with a 10-digit number will be issued to you and you may then purchase a sportfishing license. Your personal plastic WIN swipe card will be mailed to you within five weeks.

If you lose your Alberta Sportfishing license a reprint can be acquired form any license issuer for a nominal fee.

If your WIN card is lost or stolen you should report it as soon as possible by calling 1-888-944-5494. This will prevent the card from being used by another person. You can then purchase a new WIN card with a new WIN number. When you purchase your new replacement WIN card please call the toll free number above to ensure that your angling/hunting history is properly transferred to your new number

Sport fishing licenses may be purchased at private outlets throughout the province including sporting goods stores, Canadian Tire, and Mohawk gas stations.

Your Alberta Sports fishing License must be carried on your person at all times while angling in Alberta or when transporting wild fish. If you are caught fishing without a valid license you may be subject to fines.

For additional Information, and licensing fees, please visit the Sustainable Resource Development Website.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Recreational Fishing Licence information

(from www.fishinontatio.com)

Two kind of licences to fish in Ontario:

SPORT FISHING LICENCE: For anglers who want full catch and possesion fishing privileges.

CONSERVATION FISHING LICENCE: A reducted catch and possession limit licence that is ideal for anglers who want to live-release the majority of fish caught. Under this licence, anglers must immediately release muskellunge, Atlantic salmon, lake sturgeon and aurora trout.


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Recreational Fishing Information for residents of Ontario and residents of Canada:

(information from www.fishinontario.com)

Ontario Resident: An Ontario Resident is defined as a person whose primary residence is in Ontario and who has lived in Ontario for a period of at least six consecutive months during the 12 months immediately before applying for a licence.

Canadian Resident: A Canadian resident is defined as a person whose primary residence is in any part of Canada other than Ontario and who has lived in Canada other than Ontario for a period of at least six consecutive months during the 12 months immediately before applying for a licence.

A complete and vaild licence to fish consists o fan Outdoors Card plus a vaild fishing licence tag or a Temporary Fishing Licence and Outdoors Card Application. The Outdoor Card is a plastic, walletsized identification card to which your Ontario or Canadian fishing licence tag is affixed. It acts as a durable carrier for your licence tag. The Outdoors Card is valid for three calendar years.

How can you buy an Ontario Fishing License?

Most Canadian residents need an Outdoors Card to fish in Ontario (between 18-65 years of age)
If you have never had an Outdoors Card, you can request an application form be mailed to you by phoning the Outdoors Card Centre at 1-800-387-7011 call centre (anywhere from Canada). The Outdoors card is good for 3 years.

If you are a Canadian resident between 18 and 65 years of age and you want to fish in Ontario right away, you can buy a a "Resident Fishing Licence and Outdoors Card Application" from one of more than 2,000 licence issuers across the province. A temporary paper licence is effective immediately and valid until December 31 of the year in which it was purchased. The fee for a temporary paper licence includes the cost of a three-year Outdoors Card.

The outdoors card is not fishing licence! A complete and valid licence to fish consists of an Outdoors Card and a fishing licence tag or E-licence. (www.mnr.gov.on.ca/en/Business/LetsFish/2ColumnSubPage/STEL02_165322.html)

Monday, April 28, 2008

Fishing camps Ontario

These are the best camps in Ontario. Have a good winowing!


Argyle Lake Lodge: Truly a remote wilderness location, Argyle Lake Lodge is set in the James Bay Frontier Bush. Miles from our nearest neighbour, we are the only tourist camp on a series of four lakes.

Red Pine Wilderness Lodge:Located on a 7˝ acre island on Lady Evelyn Lake, Red Pine offers 7 fully-equipped cottages, a main dining room, and Finnish sauna set amidst towering red pines. Private docks for each cottage.

Adventure Camp Ohio: We are located on the South River in the South Bay area of Lake Nipissing. Enjoy fishing for northern pike, musky, large and small mouth bass, walleye and various pan fish. We offer 10 comfortable fully furnished 1 to 3 bedroom deluxe housekeeping cottages.

Crane's Lochaven Wilderness Lodge: Crane's Lochaven Wilderness Lodge is located on a 4 square mile island, Commanda Island on the junction of Wolseley Bay, the North and Main Channels of the fabulous French River.

Country Cabins & Campground: we are located in Rutherglen, Ontario on Talon Lake. We are 20 minutes from North Bay & Mattawa and 2 ˝ hours North of Barrie.

Minnehaha Camp Resort: For the fisherman and his family. Cottages on the beautiful Pickerel River system in Port Loring. Boat rentals, Canoe routes, Beaches, store, a family resort established in 1942 Fishing's Great...Three lakes, Wilson, Pigeon and Duck.

Camp Dore: Located at the Key River 45 miles north of Parry Sound on the west side of Hwy. 69 with access to the Georgian Bay. 6 authentic log cabins nestled amongst towering pines, birch and spruce trees, built in the 1930's and exceptionally maintained.

Andorra Lodge: A private and peaceful setting located at the shores of Net Lake. Our cottages have features such as satellite TV, BBQ even some come with fireplace, wash machine and dryer. Our boat's have swivel seats and we offer new motors each season.

Cedar Ridge Lodge: At our Lodge you get a truly memorable experience at a reasonable cost. Run by sportsman who have a passion for the outdoors and want you to experience the same. Located on pristine Burt Lake, 30 km west of Kirkland Lake.

Horwood Lake Lodge: Horwood Lake Lodge is situated on the north-west shore of Hardiman Bay, Horwood Lake, and has easy road access. Most of the eight guest cabins are nestled at the waters edge, with private docking and a gradually sloped sand beach. One hundred and ten miles of irregular shoreline and 13,500 acres of water offers a great variety of opportunity for the sportsman or naturalist.

Camp Angiami: Seven mile long Lake Anjigami offers you a chance to fish for pike, walleye, or lake trout. You can explore the surrounding woods for animal life, wild flowers, or to pick the delicious wild raspberries and blueberries.

Black Creek Outfitters: We are located in the Mississagi Valley which is located in the heart of Algoma District and is one hour North of Thessalon, Ontario and 2 1/2 hours East of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

Birch Point Resort: We are located less than 100 km. west of Thunder Bay, Ontario on Highway 11. We are situated on Kashabowie Lake. Kashabowie Lake is approximately 17 miles long.

Colimar Lodge: Freshwater fishing at its finest! Located in the heart of the Nipigon-Ogoki wilderness, we offer remote fly-in outpost trips, and drive-in deluxe housekeeping accommodation at our base camp.

Atikwa Lake Lodge: Flying from our Nestor Falls, Ontario departure base is an enjoyable experience and you will be amazed by the scenic beauty of our island location smack in the middle of breathtaking Atikwa Lake. We offer 4 or 7 day Housekeeping or delicious American Plan packages tailored to meet your Canadian fishing vacation needs. Our modern light-housekeeping cabins are completely furnished and will comfortably sleep from two to ten guests.

Anderson's Lodge: Anderson's Lodge is committed to giving you a quality fishing vacation! You have the choice of fishing on 9 different lakes including Legendary Lac Seul and for 5 different species: Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Muskie and Lake Trout. Choose from custom-built 21’ Stanley Bowriders or 16’ Lunds, either way the fishing is fast and furious.