Fishing Licenses & Regulations

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General Info and Limits for Wabatongushi Lake:

The difference between a regular and conservation license is in the possession limits. A regular license entitles you to possess 4 walleye and 6 northern, whereas a conservation only allows you 2 walleye and 2 northern. Children under 18 do not require a fishing license to fish in Ontario. There is no Senior Citizen discount for non-residents.

We will provide info on suggested tackle on our checklist we send out prior to your trip. Details also on our Fishing Page. We encourage all our guests to call us at Loch Island on our radio phone a week before arrival to find out what the most productive tackle has been. (705) 234.2592  – We keep a supply of tackle on hand in our store at Loch Island.

Standard possession limits are as follows…

Full License:

Walleye: 4  (Only 1 > 18.1”)
Northern Pike: 6  (Only 2 > 24”, only 1 > 33.9”)
Whitefish: 25
Perch: 50
Speckled Trout: 5  (only 2 > 11.8”)

Conservation License:

Walleye: 2  (Only 1 > 18.1”)
Northern Pike: 2  (Only 1 > 24”, none > 33.9”)
Whitefish: 12
Perch: 25
Speckled Trout: 2  (only 1 > 11.8”, none over 15.7”)

License Fees:

Temp Outdoors Card $9.68 Can
8 day non-resident $58.06 Can
8 day non-resident Conservation $33.92 Can
Annual non-resident $88.92 Can
Annual non-resident Conservation $56.17 Can

Documents for Fees, Limits and Regulations:

Direct links for relevant sub-section documents, as well as the complete document. — Links open in a new window

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