All waters of Lake Ontario and the Niagara River (downstream of Niagara Falls), excluding: Two lines may be used when angling from a boat in open water. View Fisheries Management Zone 17 map using Fish ON-Line or a PDF. Aboriginal and treaty rights to fish can be exercised using modern means. ), Wabigoon Lake - Zealand Township, 100 m from Christie Island, Winnipeg River System - from outflow of Lake of the Woods to the Manitoba Border including the waters of Big Sand Lake (50°08′N., 94°38′W. Minimum Size Limits. Rock bass rarely exceed 12 inches/30 cm in length and most weigh between one-half pound and a pound. Unless otherwise stated in the. A spear is only permitted within 30 metres of any waters when it is being used in accordance with. Season: Fourth Saturday in April to Labour DayLimits: S-5 and C-2; not more than 1 greater than 30 cm, Season: open all yearLimits: S-12 and C-6, Season: open all yearLimits: S-15 and C-10, Season: February 1 to March 31 and fourth Saturday in May to September 30Limits: S-2; not more than 1 greater than 56 cm from September 1 to September 30, no size limit the rest of the year, and C-1; no size limit, Season: third Saturday in June to December 15Limits: S-1; must be greater than 91 cm, and C-0, Season: open all yearLimits: S-4 and C-2; not more than 1 greater than or equal to 70 cm, Season: open all yearLimits: S-50 and C-25, Arrow River - between the dam on Arrow Lake (Hardwick Township) and the Robbins/Hartington Township line, Arrow River - between the Robbins/Hartington Township Line and its confluence with the Pigeon River in Devon Township, Cushing Lake (48°56′10″N., 90°30′11″W.) Limits: S-5 and C-2; total daily catch and possession limit for all trout and salmon species combined, Season: February 15 to September 30Limits: S-5; not more than 1 greater than 31 cm, and C-2; none greater than 31 cm, Season: fourth Saturday in April to September 30Limits: S-5 and C-2, Season: February 15 to third Sunday in March and third Saturday in May to Labour DayLimits: S-2; not more than 1 greater than 40 cm, and C-1, Season: January 1 to third Sunday in March and third Saturday in May to December 31​​​Limits: S-6 and C-2, Season: January 1 to third Sunday in March and third Saturday in May to December 31Limits: S-6; not more than 2 greater than 61 cm, of which not more than 1 is greater than 86 cm and C-2; not more than 1 greater than 61 cm, none greater than 86 cm, Season: January 1 to third Sunday in March and third Saturday in May to December 31Limits: S-4 and C-2; none between 43-60 cm, not more than 1 greater than 60 cm, Cut Lake (46°46′N., 79°16′W.) For more information on purchasing an Ontario fishing licence, visit our website or call the NRISC at 1-800-387-7011 or 1-800-667-1940. 20. ), Two Island Lake (50º55′30″N., 93º34′53″W.) Season: March 1 to May 31 in Zones 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 (except Algonquin Park), 16, 18, 19, 20Season: second Saturday in May to May 31 in Zone 17Method: bow and arrow, spear, and dip net during daylight hours onlyLimit: no limit. Lake Nipigon and its tributaries downstream from the first falls, rapids, dams or lakes or the entire stream if there are no falls, rapids, dams or lakes, also including: Lake Nipigon - Ombabika Bay (50°15′N., 88°15′W.) 1 thru May 31) – 5 bass (June thru Feb end), Upper Otay Lake (San Diego County), Barrett Lake (Sand Diego County) – No bass at all, Bass (hybrid striped- wiper) 10 bass (Except in South Fork of the Republican River drainages) – 20 bass, Striped bass – 10 bass (Except in South Fork of the Republican River drainages) – 20 bass, White bass – 10 bass (Except in South Fork of the Republican River drainages) – 20 bass, Largemouth bass – 6 bass (12” minimum length), Smallmouth bass – 6 bass (12” minimum length), Striped bass – 1 bass (28” minimum length), Black sea bass – 3 bass (16” minimum length), Striped bass – 1 bass (catch and release only from April-May in spawning areas) 28-35” (20-25” July-Aug in Delaware Bay), Largemouth bass – 6 bass (2 at 15” min from Becks Pond) otherwise 12” minimum length, Smallmouth bass – 6 bass (no more than one 17” with the rest measuring from 12-17” varied), Striped bass hybrid (in Lums Pond) – 2 bass (minimum 15” minimum length). By stocking Ontario’s rivers and lakes with almost eight million fish each year, we are enhancing recreational fishing opportunities not just for us, but for our children and grandchildren. Season: fourth Saturday in April to November 15Limits: S-12 and C-6, Season: fourth Saturday in April to September 30Limits: S-3 and C-1, Season: third Saturday in June to December 15Limits: S-6 and C-2, Season: 1st Saturday in June to December 15Limits: S-1; must be greater than 112 cm, and C-0, Season: open all yearLimits: S-300; only 30 may be greater than 18 cm, and C-15, Season: second Saturday in May to November 15Limits: S-4 and C-1; must be between 35-50 cm, Lake Scugog and Scugog River - All waters of Lake Scugog and Scugog River - including waters south of Highway 7A, Blackstock Creek, Nonquon River, as well as the Scugog River to the Trent Severn Dam in Lindsay, Mariposa Brook and East Cross Creek, Lake Scugog - Scugog Township, 100 metres on both sides of Highway 7A (causeways), Scugog River - Lindsay in Ops Township, from Trent-Severn Dam to Ops-Fenelon Boundary, Trent River - waters from the first dam (Number One) above Lake Ontario upstream to Lock Number 9 (Myers Lock) at the head of Percy Reach. In addition to your Outdoors Card, you will need to carry the following when you are fishing, depending on when you purchased your fishing licence. Hunting and fishing licences, as well as a variety of permits, are available at participating ServiceOntario centres. 28. - City of North Bay and East Ferris Township. These include species exceptions (e.g., size, limits, seasons), waterbody exceptions (e.g., a combination of species exceptions, fish sanctuaries, gear or bait restrictions), bait restrictions and fish sanctuaries. Season: February 15 to March 15 and third Saturday in May to September 30Limits: S-3 and C-1, Blanche River and its tributaries - including the Moose, Wright, Pontleroy and St. Jean Baptiste creeks, and the Englehart, Larder and Misema rivers, and the Wabi River and tributaries, Commando Lake (49°04′N., 81°01′W.) Ensure you leave at least a large patch of skin on all fish fillets for identification purposes. ), Crooked Narrows to Sand Island Falls of Redgut Bay, Halfway Inlet and Lost Bay, Porter Inlet of Redgut Bay, Rat River Bay from the narrows and small island at the entrance to Rat River Bay, upstream to, and including the first rapids of both the West Branch Rat River and the East Branch Rat River, Rainy River - from Rainy Lake downstream to the Fort Frances dam, Seine River System - from Kettle Point of Rainy Lake upstream to Sturgeon Falls Dam (Crilly Dam), situated immediately north of Highway 11, including Little Grassy, Grassy, Shoal, Wild Potato and Partridge Crop Lakes, Shoal Lake above Ash Rapids - Kenora District, Wabigoon Lake (49°44′09″N., 92°43′52″W.) Bass – 5 bass (up to 18” length) Can be any variety from the bass family in that 5 caught. Culling is prohibited. Ice fishing huts must be registered online (ice fishing) if they are being used in the following Zones and must be removed by the dates indicated below. New regulations and information in the 2020 Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary have been listed on this page and link to the corresponding section within this Summary for your convenience. Season: January 1 to September 15Limits: S-5 and C-2, Season: January 1 to April 15 and July 1 to December 31Limits: S-0 and C-0, Season: January 1 to September 30Limits: S-3 and C-1. While tackle boxes have always been the traditional go-to form of portable storage for fishermen, fishing backpacks are slowly starting to take their place. Marie, between St. Mary’s Island and Whitefish Island, Government Creek and tributaries - Tupper Township, except the portion between centre of Highway 17 and Lake Superior Shore, Sawmill Creek and tributaries - Tupper Township, except the portion between centre of Highway 17 and Lake Superior Shore, Kukagami Lake - Davis, Kelly, Rahbun and Scadding Townships, Big Basswood Lake (Wakwekobi Lake) - Day, Gladstone and Kirkwood Townships, Chiblow Lake - Montgomery, Patton, Scarfe and Juillette Townships, Denman Lake (Little Chiblow) - Montgomery and Patton Townships, Dollyberry Lake - Beange and Raimbault Townships, Fullerton Lake (Lanark Lake) - Raimbault Township, Gibbery Lake - Beange and Raimbault Townships, Semiwite Lake - Hembruff and Raimbault Townships, Manitou River - from the bridge on the Government Road (Tehkummah Township) downstream to the mouth of the Manitou River at Michael’s Bay of Lake Huron, Vondet Lake and Vondet Creek - Shelley Township, the waters of Vondet Lake and Vondet Creek, Bar River - Laird and MacDonald Townships, Bass Creek - Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands, from the culvert at Highway 6 downstream to the mouth of Bass Creek at Shequiandah Bay, Montreal River (flowing into Lake Superior) and Indian River - McParland Township, from 300, Montreal River (flowing into Lake Superior) at Jeff Creek - Loach Township, from 250, Montreal River and Bunny Creek - McParland Township, from 400, Nagasin Lake - Caouette and Caverly Townships, all of Bland Bay, Fagus Bay, and Bird Bath Bay, Nebskwashi River and Highbrush Lake - Caverly Township, from a point on the Nebskwashi River at 47°43′11″, Wanapitei River - The waters of that part of the Wanapitei River from the outer wall of the northernmost Bailey bridge (Fraleck Township) to the site of the abandoned Poupore Bridge at the mouth of the Wanapitei River (Rathbun Township), Wenebegon Lake and River - Langlois and Lynch Townships, Alton Creek - Peterson Township, flowing into South Old Woman River, Bellevue Creek and tributaries - Vankoughnet Township, Bennett Creek and tributaries and Bennett-Davignon Diversion Channel - Korah Township, Cranberry Creek and tributaries - Fenwick and Pennefeather Townships, Downey Creek and tributaries - Tilley Township, except the portion between centre of Highway 17 and Lake Superior shore, East Davignon Creek and tributaries - Korah Township, Fort Creek - Rabazo Township, downstream of Mission Lake, Frater Creek - Labonte and Labelle Townships, Havilland Creek and tributaries - Havilland Township, Jones Creek and tributaries - Tilley and Archibald Townships, except the portion between centre of Highway 17 and Lake Superior shore, Kelly Creek and tributaries - Pennefeather Township, Lamon Creek and tributaries - Dennis Township, Mamainse Creek and tributaries - within the A. McDonnel Mining location and the North Montreal (Sand Bay) Mining location except the portion between centre of Highway 17 and Lake Superior shore, Metheany Creek - Slater Township, - between Highway 17 and Lake Superior, Mica Bay Creek and tributaries - Kincaid Township, Northland Creek - Deroche Township, Highway 556 to the Goulais River, Perry Creek and tributaries - Gaudette Township, Probyn Creek and tributaries - Fenwick Township, Rainbow Creek and tributaries - Hodgins Township, Sheppard Creek and tributaries - Deroche Township, Silver Creek and tributaries - Hodgins Township, Stokely Creek and tributaries - Vankoughnet Township, Stony Creek and tributaries - Hodgins Township, Taylor Creek and tributaries - Vankoughnet Township, Thielman Creek and tributaries - Pennefeather Township, West Davignon Creek - Korah Township, City of Sault Ste. The camp identification card must state the name and location of the camp, the name and date of birth of the camper and the dates that the camper is at the camp. - including Minnehaha Lake (49°31′27″N., 92°38′45″W.) ), Sydney Lake area - North Kenora Pilot Project area - waters south and east of Kilburn Lake in Zone 2, including Sydney and Rowdy lakes. Live fish may not be used as bait or possessed for use as bait in all waters north of the 11, The following waterbodies have regulations that are very different from the Zone-wide season and limits and are only referred to in the, All waters located within the portion of Zone 2 from the Ontario/Manitoba interprovincial boundary east along the line of 52°35′. When it comes to picking out an ice fishing rod, there are many things that you are going to want to consider. Waters on the islands of Lake Nipigon - including Forgan Lake, Bonner Lake, Little Bonner Lake and Jackpot Lake (Madeline Lake); Gull River - downstream from the Highway 527 bridge, Kabitotikwia River - downstream from the Highway 527 bridge, Poshkokagan River - downstream from and including the rapids (49°25′39″, Wabinosh River - downstream from Wabinosh Lake, Little Jackfish River - downstream from the centre line of the, Only artificial lures may be used when angling through the ice, No person shall use stringers, impounding devices or live holding boxes, A person may hold fish, other than Brook Trout or Lake Trout, in a livewell, No possession of live Lake Trout or Brook Trout permitted, Brook Trout - open from fourth Saturday in April to September 15, Lake Trout - open from March 1 to September 30, Northern Pike - open from January 1 to April 14 and third Saturday in May to December 31, Walleye and Sauger - open from January 1 to April 14 and June 10 to December 31. All products with a fee are subject to HST. Conservation officers may inspect your catch at any time. Paddlefish: 2 per day; season is open from April 24 through May 31. ), Mile Lake (49°40′53″N., 92°46′43″W. Fish for or possess any species of fish listed as Endangered or Threatened under the provincial. View Fisheries Management Zone 10 map using Fish ON-Line or a PDF. Ice hut registration numbers must be at least 6.3 centimetres in height and clearly displayed on the outside of the hut. You are using an outdated browser that is no longer supported by Ontario.ca. Also see, Dinorwic Lake (including Minnehaha Lake, Rock Lake and Turtlepond Lake), Wabigoon River (including Butler Lake, Larson Lake, Mile Lake, Olsen Lake, Paulson Lake and Trap Lake). Minnitaki Lake - including Abram, Duck, Hidden, Pelican, Botsford lakes and the English River, Red Pine Bay, and Rice River, Red Lake and Gullrock System - those waters upstream of Snowshoe Dam (50°54′22″N., 93°31′05″W.) Season: Open all year Limits: S-2 and C-1; must be less than 35 cm from January 1 to June 30 and December 1 to December 31, S-4 and C-2; no size limit from July 1 to November 30 Aboriginal rights to fish stem from customs, practices or traditions that are integral to the distinctive culture of an Aboriginal community. The maps in this summary are intended as a guide only, with more detailed maps of Zone boundaries available at ontario.ca/fishing or local MNRF offices. ), Woodchuck Bay (49°41′N., 94°2′W.) Regulations. It’s a family-friendly activity that’s rewarding for all skill levels. Fish hooked in this way must be released immediately. (Bent Island), Lake Superior and Nipigon Bay lying north of a line drawn northeasterly from the southernmost tip of Magnet Point on Black Bay Peninsula to Schreiber Point, and Michipicoten Bay inside a line drawn across the bay from Perkwakwai Point to Smokey Point. Season: January 1 to September 30Limits: S-1 and C-0, Season: January 1 to September 30Limits: S-5 and C-2, Season: January 1 to Labour DayLimits: S-2; not more than 1 greater than 40 cm, and C-1, Season: third Saturday in June to November 30Limits: S-6 and C-2, Season: third Saturday in June to December 15Limits: S-1; must be greater than 122 cm, and C-0, Season: open all yearLimits: S-6; not more than 2 greater than 61 cm, of which not more than 1 is greater than 86 cm, and C-2; not more than 1 greater than 61 cm, none greater than 86 cm, Season: January 1 to March 31 and third Saturday in May to December 31Limits: S-4 and C-2; not more than 1 greater than 46 cm, Note: applies to Walleye and Sauger combined, All of the waters within the boundaries and all of the waters of which a portion falls within the boundaries of the geographic Townships of Schembri and Scriven in the Territorial District of Sudbury and Way-White, Wlasy, Bracci and Tupper in the Territorial District of Algoma, excepting those portions of Government Creek and Sawmill Creek in Tupper Townships in the Territorial District of Algoma from the centreline of Highway 17 to the shore of Lake Superior (See Government Creek and Sawmill Creek for additional fish sanctuary restrictions), Blue Jay Creek - from bridge on Concession 4 (Tehkummah Township), downstream to the mouth of Blue Jay Creek on Lake Huron, East Goulais River - from Laughing Lake (Menard Township) to the Goulais River, French River - those areas north of Highway 64 and west of Highway 69 starting at the Highway 69 bridge on the French River and proceeding downstream to Georgian Bay along the French River within the boundaries of the French River Provincial Park, Garden River - from Ranger Lake to Garden Lake, Gong Lake (47°04′12″N., 83°32′10″W.) Always check the regulations for the Zone in which you are fishing to ensure that you aren't exceeding the catch and possession limits for that Zone. May not be captured, imported, or used as bait in Ontario. Statewide, there's no daily creel limit, with no minimum size limit. It is illegal to stock fish without a permit or transport live fish overland, other than baitfish, without a permit. Striped Bass. In the print and PDF versions of this Summary these changes are highlighted in bold red font. Those rock base that live in streams rarely get larger than half a pound whereas the ones living in large lakes can … We all have a role to play in conserving this valuable resource. Rock Bass: 20 per day, no length limit. It is our view that these brave individuals, who are willing to risk their lives to defend our country, benefit from opportunities to spend time outdoors in this beautiful province. Species based regulations for all non-Canadian anglers: Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass combined -, Zeemel Lake - including the Paseminon River upstream to 300, Kawashkagama River - from Abamasagi Lake to 100, Upper Twin Lake - Pete’s Bay, beginning at the intersection of Shamokan Creek and the Rail Line Road continuing downstream to include all of Pete’s Bay of Upper Twin Lake, Esnagami River - from the northern boundary of Esnagami Township (50°21′36″. The hope is that we can all increase our fishing knowledge though this site. If boating where European water chestnut or water soldier are found, you must: In general, avoid running boats through aquatic plants as propellers can break aquatic plants loose and spread invasive species. We hope this helps you have a better bass catch of the day through this helpful countrywide source guide. ), Little Savanne River (48°57′N., 90°15′W.) Once registered, an ice hut can be used anywhere in Ontario. and Kendall Inlet (49°44′N., 94°52′W), Lake of the Woods - Whitefish Bay consisting of Regina, Snake, Boot, Ghost, Brule, Devils, Atikaminike, Camp, Cloverleaf, Log, Reedy, Clipper, Willow and Sammons bays and Knickerbocker, Louis, Cross, Alfred inlets, Rainy Lake - Squirrel Falls between Namakan Lake and Rainy Lake, downstream for 250 m on the north shore and 200 m on the south shore from the Canadian Kettle Falls Dam, Rainy Lake Stanjikoming Bay, Big Canoe River (48°48′N., 93°13′W. No daily limit on bream shorter than 4 inches. Yellow, white, rock bass, hybrid – unlimited (boundary rivers allow 25 bass in any variety), Black bass – 5 bass (included bigmouth, smallmouth, and spotted up to 15” minimum), Striped and wiper bass – 5 bass (no size limitations). An Outdoors Card is a plastic, wallet-sized card valid for three calendar years and used for administration purposes. Lake Superior, east of the Pic River (Zone 9), Montreal River - from the first Great Lakes Power Dam to Lake Superior, Two lines may be used when trolling from a boat in open water, All lakes on Manitoulin Island are a part of Zone 10 except South Bay (Zone 13) and Lake Wolsey (Zone 14). This is also applicable to members of Aboriginal communities from the United States fishing in Ontario waters. The plan focuses on making sure we’re managing the recreational fisheries sustainably for lake trout, walleye, and brook trout. As someone who enjoys angling, I am often impressed by our province’s abundant and varied freshwater fishing possibilities. Zone-wide, Fish sanctuaries include waterbodies or portions of a waterbody where no fishing of any kind is permitted for all or part of the year. Fish Sanctuary - no fishing from April 15 to June 30 in the following areas: Little Abitibi River - McQuibban Township, from Pierre Lake Road to part of Pierre Lake lying east of longitude 80°39′30″, Little Abitibi River and Montreuil Lake - Swartman Township, between northern narrows of Pierre Lake to portion lying east of longitude 80°47′, Esker Lake Provincial Park - all lakes in or partially in the park, Larder Lake - Hearst, McFadden, McVittie and McGarry Townships, Floodwood Lake - Tweed and Blakelock Townships, Mollie River - Champagne Township, Territorial District of Sudbury, Borden Lake - Borden Township, waters east of a line drawn from a point on the south shore at 47°51′23″, Borden Lake - Cochrane Township, waters north of a line drawn from a point at the east shore at 47°51′58″, Chapleau River (Kebsquasheshing River) - Chapleau Township, from the centerline of the, Crooked Creek System - Marquis, Blain, and Eby Townships, Duckbreast and Groves Lakes - beginning at the narrowing of the south end of Duckbreast Lake (47°40′, Firth Creek (Spawning Creek) - Milner Township, Floodwood River - McQuibban Township, the part of the river within McQuibban Township, Horwood Lake - Dale Township, from a point on the Woman River 1, Horwood Lake - Horwood and Keith Townships, Cornice Creek downstream from the Keith Township boundary to Horwood Lake including all waters of Horwood Lake within 2, Horwood Lake - Horwood Township, from the outflow of Great Pike Lake downstream to Horwood Lake and including all waters of Horwood Lake within 300, Horwood Lake - Horwood Township, Marl Creek downstream from the Horwood Township boundary to Horwood Lake and including all waters of Horwood Lake within 1.8, Horwood Lake - Horwood Township, Swayze River downstream from the Horwood Township boundary to Horwood Lake and including all waters of Horwood Lake within 800, Horwood Lake - Keith Township, the portion known as Hoodoo Lake or Hoodoo Bay, Kenogaming Lake - Kenogaming Township, from the outflow of Kaneki Lake downstream to Kenogaming Lake and including the waters of the adjacent bay, Little Abitibi Lake - McQuibban Township, waters in the northern part of the lake within McQuibban Township, Mattagami River - Gouin and Hassard Townships, between the dam at Kenogamissi Falls to a point on the Kenogamissi Lake at approximately (48°02′, Mattagami River - Mahaffy Township, lying between the Lower Sturgeon hydro dam and downstream to the northern boundary of Mahaffy Township, Mattagami River - Mountjoy Township, from the face of Sandy Falls power dam downstream to the boundary of Mountjoy Township, Mesomikenda Lake - waters known as the West Arm - Somme and Neville Townships including waters of the Somme River in Neville Township, Michiwakenda Lake - from the outflow of Okawakenda Lake downstream to Michiwakenda Lake and including the waters of the northwest bay, Minisinakwa Lake - from the northern point of the first island at the mouth of the Makami River (47°40′, Minisinakwa Lake - from Benneweis Bay (47°34′, Minisinakwa River - Noble, Togo and Mattagami Townships, Nabakwasi River - all waters east of the power transmission line to the mouth of the Opikinimika River and upstream to the outflow of Ola Lake, Nabakwasi River - from the outflow of Nabakwasi Lake downstream to the confluence with the Minisinakwa River, Nebskwashi River - Chapleau Township, from Highway 129 downstream to a narrowing of the river at 47°49′34″, Opasatika River, Crow Creek, Wolfe Creek, Montcalm Creek, and South Crow Creek - McCrea Township, Opishing Lake - Hillary Township, waters of Kamiskotia River and Opishing Lake between Highway 101 and first narrows on Opishing Lake at latitude 48°14′06″, Twenty-Six Mile Creek - Robb and Turnbull Townships, between Kamiskotia Lake and Christmas Lake, Waterhen Creek - Ossian Township, from Waterhen Lake to the mouth of the creek as it flows into Labyrinth Lake, Departure Lake and Poplar Rapids River - Haggart Township, lying south of a line from a point on the west shore of Departure Lake at 49°13′22″, Thorning River - from the mouth of the river at Harris Lake upstream to the junction of the first creek, Wakusimi River - Griffin, Seaton and Lisgar Townships. People fishing with a longbow who handle or discharge it without due care for people or property may be liable to a fine and/or imprisonment. Only fish that are in such a condition that they will survive may be released. For daily creel and fishing license purposes, one fishing day equals one calendar day. They are based on a single person fishing at a time. Fish Sanctuary - no fishing from March 15 to June 15 in the following areas: Dog Lake and Dog River - West Township, from 200, Dog Lake and McKee Creek (Bay 57) - Stover Township, from 200, Dog Lake at Height of Land Bay - Stover Township, from 1.3, Dog Lake at Lochalsh Bay and Lochalsh River - Gutelius and Riggs Townships, lying within 182, Kabinakagami River at Ermine Creek - Ermine Township, between Ermine Lake and Kabinakagami Lake, Kabinakagami River at Fairy Creek (Lipton Creek) - between Lipton Lake (Lipton Township) and Kabinakagami Lake (Lizar Township), Kabinakagami River at Noisy Creek - Lizar Township, from Kabinakagami Lake to eastern boundary of Lizar Township, Kabinakagami River at Oba River - Ermine Township, from Kabinakagami Lake to northern boundary of Ermine Township, Kabinakagami River at Stoney Creek - Lizar Township, between Breckenridge Lake and Kabinakagami Lake, Kabinakagami River - Lizar and Mosambik Townships, from mouth of river in Little Kaby Bay to 100, Walleye and Sauger - open from January 1 to April 14 and July 1 to December 31, Fish sanctuary - no fishing from April 15 to June 15, Walleye - open from January 1 to March 14 and third Saturday in May to December 31, Nagagami Lake - Foch, Flanders and Frances Townships, mouth of Foch River, Nagagami Lake - Nagagami Township, at Obakamiga River from Nagagami Lake to the top of Sagi Rapids, Oba Lake and Oba River (White Berry Creek) - from 200, Oba Lake and Tatnall River - Carney and Martin Townships, from 200, Oba River - Ermine Township, downstream from the north boundary of the township to Kabinakagami Lake, Closed to all species from March 1 to May 31, Fish sanctuary - no fishing from January 1 to June 30 and September 1 to December 31, Fish sanctuary - no fishing from March 15 to June 15, Pukaskwa National Park and the surrounding waters south of a line running west from the south boundary of Knowles Township and east of the Thunder Bay-Algoma District Boundary, and including the waters of Pokei Creek, Gibson Lake, Jarvey Lake, Coronation Creek and Lake, Warbedeelius Lake, Soulier Lake and all waters tributary to the Pukaskwa River in the Algoma District, Augusta Lake - west of St. Germain Township, Mishibishu Chain, Murray Lake and Blackfish Creek - Copenace Township, the entirety of the bay that Blackfish Creek discharges into, from the northwestern point of the bay (48°14′20″, Alder Creek - from the culvert at Highway 17 downstream to Cedar Lake and 200, Cedar Creek (narrows) - Brothers Township, between Cedar Lake and Little Cedar Lake, 200, Crayfish Lake - Killins Township, Two Bays at the south end, south of a line east and west of tip of the peninsula 200, Fungus Lake - Dahl Township, from mouth of Fungus Creek to 200, Gentian Creek - Kagiano Lake, between Lobelia Lake and Kagiano Lake, from Unnamed Lake to Kagiano Lake, approximately 1, Hawk Lake, McVeigh Creek and connecting waters - Esquega and Corbiere Townships, part of Hawk Lake north of line from the northwest shore of Hawk Lake 250, Hillsport Creek at White Otter Lake - between Hillsport Lake and White Otter Lake, from down-stream side of culverts on Bound Lake Road to 200, Kabenung Lake and Fungus Creek - Dahl Township, 350, Kabenung Lake and Ruthelda Creek - Dahl Township, narrow bay at northeast corner, northeast of a line 400, Kagiano River - between the weir at the top of Twin Falls downstream to the top of First Falls Rapids, Kagiano River at Kagiano Lake - south end of lake 200, Kagiano River at Michal Lake - from Marmota Creek upstream to top of rapids, Knife Lake and University River (Dog River) - Chapais Township, from the top of the rapids at the outlet of Obatanga Lake downstream 1.3, Kwinkwaga Lake and River - Flood and Johns Townships, east of a line 300, Linbarr Creek - Lessard Township, between Linbarr Lake and Lessard Lake, Manitowik Lake and Boisey Creek - Debassige Township, between Boisey Lake and Outline Bay, from 200, Manitowik Lake and Goudreau Creek - Bruyere Township, from 200, Manitowik Lake and Hawk River - Esquega and Fiddler Townships, from Blue Bay of Manitowik Lake to Highway 547, Manitowik Lake and Michipicoten River (Stoney Portage Falls) - Bruyere Township, from first narrows of Manitowik Lake to the top of the Falls, Obakamiga Lake - Foch and Lessard Townships, from power line at Rocky Narrows to outlet of lake at Canyon Portage, Obakamiga Lake at Obakamiga River - Cholette Township, between Granitehill Lake and Obakamiga Lake (Three Mile Narrows), Obakamiga River - Nagagami Township, from Nagagami Lake upstream to the uppermost part of the Sagi Rapids, Picnic Lake and Tukanee Creek - Hunt Township, the bay at the southeast corner, south of a line from the east shore 200, Unnamed Creek - at the south end of Kagiano Lake in a bay east of the southernmost narrows, from the first obstruction to fish to 200, Unnamed Creek - between Wabikoba Lake (48°47′, White Lake, Olga Creek, and McGill Creek (48°52′, White Lake, Shabotik River, Kwinkwaga River (48°51′, Whitefish Lake and Shikwamkwa River - Maness Township, from 820, Shamokan Creek - from the centre line of Rail Line Road downstream to the mouth of Shamokan Creek at 50°09′, Chapleau River (also known as Kebsquasheshing River) - Chapleau Township, between Three Mile Rapids (47°50′16″, Chapleau River (also known as Kebsquasheshing River) - Chapleau Township, from the centreline of the, Goldie River - Delmage Township, from a narrowing of the river at 48°04′08″, Nagagamisis Lake and River - Elgie Township, Racine Lake - Darcy Township, from where the northern boundary of Lots 8 and 9, Concession 5 crosses Racine Lake southward to the first rapids in Lot 10, Concession 3, Shikwamkwa Lake and Jackpine River- Keesickquayash Township, between a point where the Little Jackpine River enters the Jackpine River downstream to a point where Shikwamkwa Lake intersects latitude 48°03′30″, Shikwamkwa Lake, Windermere River, and Goldie River - lying east of a line from a point on the west shore of Shikwamkwa Lake at 48°07′38″, Briere Lake 30 (McEvay Lake 30) (48°19′04″, Fish sanctuary - no fishing from April 1 to June 15, Fish sanctuary - no fishing from January 1 to Saturday before second Sunday in February and September 16 to December 31, Lake Trout - open from second Sunday in February to September 15, Fish sanctuary - no fishing from January 1 to Friday before third Saturday in May and November 1 to December 31, Fish sanctuary - no fishing from April 15 to July 15, Lake Sturgeon - open from January 1 to April 14 and July 1 to December 31, Northern Pike - open from January 1 to April 15 and third Friday in May to December 31, Smallmouth Bass - open from January 1 to April 15 and Friday before fourth Saturday in June to December 31, Walleye - open from January 1 to March 31 and third Friday in May to December 31. , package each fish separately, or arrange fillets spread flat in a calendar.! 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