Fishing Regulations

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2024 Fishing Regulations

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Camp Anjigami - Zone 10 Seasons and Limits
                    www.ontario.ca/fishing


SPECIES SPORT CONSERVATION SEASON / SIZE LIMIT
Walleye 4 2 Open May 18 (3rd Sat) to December 31
None greater than 46 cm (18.1 inch)
Northern Pike 6 2 Open all year
Sport: None greater than 61 cm (24 inch) of which not
more than one is greater than 86 cm (33.9 inch)
Conservation: None greater than 61 cm (24 inch) and none
greater than 86 cm (33.9 inch) in length
Brook/Speckled
Trout 5 2 Open January 1 to September 30
Lake Trout 2 1 Open January 1 to September 2 (Labour Day)
Sport: Not more than one greater than 40 cm (15.7 inch)
Exceptions: Flagg, Gould and Tikamaganda lakes are open
May 18 to September 2 (Labour Day)
NOTE: Live fish, i.e. minnows, may not be used as bait or possessed for          use as bait in Half Mile, Mile and Ogas lakes.

DAILY CATCH AND POSSESSION LIMITS
The catch limit is the number of fish you are allowed to catch and keep in one day and includes fish that are retained for any period of time
and any fish eaten or given away.
The possession limit is the number you are allowed to have in your possession on hand, in cold storage, in transit, or anywhere. Possession
limits are the same as one day’s catch limit except where otherwise specified.
If you catch a fish after reaching the daily catch or possession limit for that species, the fish must be released immediately back to the water
NON-RESIDENT FISHING LICENSE INFORMATION
Please Note: Non-resident anglers must purchase a temporary non-Canadian resident fishing Outdoors Card and application
at a cost of $8.57 CDN. Anglers can purchase the respective fishing license at the same time the Outdoors Card application is purchased.
The fishing license and the temporary Outdoors Card must be in the angler’s possession while fishing in Ontario.
The application for the Outdoors Card will be processed and ultimately mailed to the address noted on the application form. The

Outdoors Card
The outdoors card is good for three years, counting the year it was purchased.
You may renew your Outdoors Card and also purchase fishing license through the MNR Outdoors Card website by clicking: http://www.ontario.ca/outdoorscard
Fishing License Fees in Canadian Funds
Canadian Outdoors Card    $ 8.57        8-day Sport $54.38
Seasonal Sport    $83.19                      8-day Conservation $31.52
Seasonal Conservation    $52.71        1-day Sport* $24.86*
*Outdoors Card not required with the One Day Sport license

Your licence summary listing your valid fishing licence can be saved as a digital format,

i.e.,smartphone or printed at home 

NOTE: New Live Bait Regulations (minnows and leeches only):
Since Camp Anjigami’s cabins and outpost camps are in District 10, you can only purchase minnows and leeches from District 10 which includes Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario heading north on Highway 17. No longer can you purchase baits in Wawa as they are located in District 7. However, worms/nightcrawlers are an exception and can be purchased in Wawa.

• The Trading Post, 1332 Great Northern Road, Sault Ste. Marie, ON (705)759-4518. You can call in advance to order your bait or email at ShopChippewaTP@gmail.com. Their website is www.Trading-Post.ca Hours: 6 a.m. – 1o p.m.
The Trading Post is located next to the Esso gas station on the right-hand side, on the main road heading north on Highway 17 and is easy to find. A wooden statue of a moose holding a hunter is located just pass the Trading Post.

• Canadian Tire, 200 McNabb Street, Sault Ste. Marie, ON (705)949-0770 Hours: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.