WHAT IS REQUIRED TO FISH AROUND
KINGSTON, GANANOQUE, AND THE 1000 ISLANDS
ANYONE 18 YEARS
OLD AND OVER REQUIRES AN ONTARIO FISHING LICENSE,
any non canadian under 18 years of age is supposed to
be accompanied by a licensed adult,
Canadian residents who are 65 years or older, or 17 years
and younger, do not require a fishing license fish in Ontario,
note: there are 2 things you need to buy...
you must purchase an outdoors card
and a time validation tag
( unless you are buying a 1 day fishing license,
one day fishing licenses have only 1 part to purchase )
There are two types of licenses offered
1. the conservations license
; this is where
you are more catch & release fishing, although you are allowed to
keep a few fish.
2. the sport license
; this is where you
are allowed to keep more fish, this license is popular with muskie and
salmon and trout fishermen,
the sport license will cost
Link to purchase the Ontario hunting and fishing licenses
yourself over the internet FISHING LICENSE
1 DAY LICENSES $17.90,
ANNUAL around $35 to $74
( Depending upon where you live, and whether it is the sport
FOR ALL NON-CANADIANS:
1 DAY LICENSES $27,
WEEKLY $45 TO 68
ANNUAL around $55 to $98
( Depending upon whether it is the sport
MUST OBEY THE LOCAL FISHING
REGULATIONS FOR TIMES OF YEAR AND WHAT'S IN SEASON, AMOUNT OF FISH
YOU CAN KEEP,
AND IF THERE ARE ANY LOCAL AREAS OF
" DO NOT FISH HERE "
Link to fishing regulations in section
fishing Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River
FISHING REG'S FOR SECTION "20"
Link to fishing regulations in section "18"
fishing all of the smaller lakes and Rideau system north of the
1000 Islands, Gananoque, and Kingston
FISHING REG'S FOR SCETION "18"
A ROD AND REEL,
WORMS, MINNOWS, OR SOME ARTIFICIAL BAIT ( LURES , JIGS, ETC.
), PLYERS, CAMERA
A BOAT FOR THE MORE SERIOUS
ANGLER. THERE ARE SEVERAL BOAT LAUNCHES IN THE AREAS,
Spencer's will provide a map of the water
and will point out fishing spots. We will also provide fishing tips and
suggestions based on the weather and the time of year.