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Bringing fish back from Canada

Discussion in 'Warm Water Species Fishing' started by junior4x4, Jun 27, 2017.

  1. piketroller

    piketroller

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    Also, if they are not frozen they can only count against a daily bag limit, not part of a larger possession limit. That would be 2 per license no matter what side of the boarder you are on for pike, even with the full limit Canadian license.
     
  2. shrubmasters@gmail.com

    shrubmasters@gmail.com

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    What larger possession limit? Conservation license is two. No more! I'm talking walleye. Shrubby
     

  3. piketroller

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    The sport fishing license is what I meant by "full limit license" because I couldn't remember the official name. I always think of the conservation license as the "half limit" license.
     
  4. BFG

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    Eat fish every day so you won't need to mess with bringing fish home. One less thing to worry about while traveling to and from Ontario.

    When we used to go, we ate so many fish throughout the week (at least once per day if not twice) the thought of bringing fish back wasn't exactly on our radar.