Northwest Territories Fishery Regulations (C.R.C., c. 847)

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Northwest Territories Fishery Regulations

C.R.C., c. 847

FISHERIES ACT

Northwest Territories Fishery Regulations

 [Repealed, SOR/2005-108, s. 2]

INTERPRETATION

  •  (1) In these Regulations,

    “Act”

    “Act” means the Fisheries Act; (Loi)

    “Agreement”

    “Agreement” has the same meaning as in the Western Arctic (Inuvialuit) Claims Settlement Act; (Convention)

    “angling”

    “angling” means fishing with a line to which one or more hooks are attached and that is held in the hand or attached to a rod that is held in the hand or closely attended; (pêche à la ligne)

    “Area”

    “Area” means any portion of the waters described in Schedule II; (secteur)

    “barbless hook”

    “barbless hook” includes a hook that has all of its barbs compressed to be in complete contact with the shaft of the hook, except those barbs on the shank that are designed solely to retain bait; (hameçon sans ardillon)

    “beneficiary”

    “beneficiary” means a person who is enrolled as a beneficiary under the Agreement; (bénéficiaire)

    “certificate”

    “certificate” means a registration certificate issued pursuant to section 14.1; (certificat)

    “commercial fishing”

    “commercial fishing” means fishing for sale or barter; (pêche commerciale)

    “commercial licence”

    “commercial licence” means a licence authorizing a person to engage in commercial fishing; (permis de pêche commerciale)

    “commercial licensee”

    “commercial licensee” means a person to whom a commercial licence has been issued under the Act or these Regulations; (titulaire d’un permis de pêche commerciale)

    “Department”

    “Department” means the Department of the Environment; (ministère)

    “domestic fishing”

    “domestic fishing” means fishing for personal use but not for sale or barter; (pêche domestique)

    “domestic fishing licence”

    “domestic fishing licence” means a licence authorizing a person to engage in domestic fishing; (permis de pêche domestique)

    “explosive”

    “explosive” means a substance or device that, when detonated or fired, creates a violent shock wave in water; (explosif)

    “fork length”

    “fork length” means the length of a fish measured from the tip of the nose to the centre of the fork of the tail; (longueur à la fourche)

    “game fish”

    “game fish” means any fish named in Schedule I; (poisson gibier)

    “gill net”

    “gill net” means a net that catches fish by enmeshing them but that does not enclose an area of water; (filet maillant)

    “hook”

    “hook” means a single pointed or multiple-pointed hook on a common shaft and includes an artificial lure that has one or more hooks attached to it; (hameçon)

    “Indian”

    “Indian” means an Indian as defined in the Indian Act; (Indien)

    “Inuk”

    “Inuk” means a person who is a direct descendant of a person of the race of aborigines commonly known as Inuit; (Inuk)

    “Inuvialuit Settlement Region”

    “Inuvialuit Settlement Region” has the same meaning as in the Agreement; (région désignée)

    “Minister”

    “Minister” means the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans; (ministre)

    “non-resident”

    “non-resident” means a person other than a resident Canadian; (non-résident)

    “Northwest Territories resident”

    “Northwest Territories resident” means a resident Canadian who has resided continuously in the Northwest Territories for a period of,

    • (a) in respect of sport fishing, three months immediately preceding the day on which the person begins to fish; and

    • (b) in respect of commercial fishing, six months immediately preceding the day on which the person applies for a commercial fishing licence. (résident des Territoires du Nord-Ouest)

    “officer”

    “officer” means a fishery officer, fishery guardian or a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police; (fonctionnaire)

    “permanent resident”

    “permanent resident” [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 1]

    “person of mixed blood”

    “person of mixed blood” means a person of

    • (a) mixed Indian and non-Indian blood who is at least one-quarter Indian, or

    • (b) mixed Inuk and non-Inuk blood who is at least one-quarter Inuk; (personne de sang mêlé)

    “Regional Director-General”

    “Regional Director-General” means the Director-General of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans for the Central and Arctic Region; (directeur général régional)

    “resident”

    “resident” [Revoked, SOR/91-481, s. 1]

    “resident Canadian”

    “resident Canadian” means a person who is a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident; (résident canadien)

    “snagging”

    “snagging” means fishing by impaling a fish on a hook through some part of its body instead of luring the fish to take the hook into its mouth; (casaquer)

    “special management area”

    “special management area” means the waters described in an item in Schedule VIII; (secteur de gestion spécial)

    “sport fish”

    “sport fish” means fish that is taken for pleasure and not for sale or barter; (poisson de sport)

    “sport fishing”

    “sport fishing” means fishing for pleasure and not for sale or barter and includes angling, spear fishing and dip netting; (pêche sportive)

    “sport fishing licence”

    “sport fishing licence” means a sport fishing licence set out in Schedule IV that authorizes a person to engage in sport fishing; (permis de pêche sportive)

    “subsistence usage”

    “subsistence usage” has the same meaning as in paragraph (a) of the definition of that expression in the Agreement; (utilisation à des fins de subsistance)

    “Tree River”

    “Tree River” means

    • (a) the waters of Coronation Gulf within 3 km of a point at 67°45′N., 111°56′W.;

    • (b) all the waters of Port Epworth lying between lines of latitude at 67°45′N. and at 67°41′N.;

    • (c) the waters of the Tree River and its tributaries lying between lines of latitude at 67°41′N. and 67°37′N.; and

    • (d) all other waters that flow directly into any waters described in paragraphs (a), (b) or (c). (Rivière Tree)

  • (2) No Area shall be regarded as including any waters described in Schedule III.

  • SOR/79-485, s. 1;
  • SOR/81-119, s. 1;
  • SOR/91-428, s. 1;
  • SOR/91-481, s. 1;
  • SOR/93-59, ss. 1, 17(F);
  • SOR/2003-137, s. 2;
  • SOR/2004-38, s. 1;
  • SOR/2005-108, s. 3.

APPLICATION

  •  (1) These Regulations apply in respect of

    • (a) Canadian fisheries waters in and adjacent to the Northwest Territories; and

    • (b) the tidal waters of the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba.

  • (2) These Regulations do not apply with respect to fishing and related activities carried out under the authority of a licence issued under the Aboriginal Communal Fishing Licences Regulations.

  • SOR/93-59, s. 2;
  • SOR/2002-225, s. 1.

GENERAL

 The Minister may issue a licence or certificate set out in column I of an item of Schedule IV on payment of the appropriate fee, if any, set out in column II of that item.

  • SOR/93-59, s. 2.
  •  (1) No person shall fish except under the authority of a licence issued under these Regulations or under the Aboriginal Communal Fishing Licences Regulations.

  • (2) to (5) [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 3]

  • (6) No person shall fish in any lake that has been stocked with game fish except by angling.

  • (7) No person shall fish in any waters set out in Column I of an item of Schedule VII for the species of fish set out in Column II of that item by the method set out in Column IV of that item during the close time set out in Column III of that item.

  • (8) No person shall fish in the waters of Fish Creek at 67°43′42″ north latitude and 136°15′44″ west longitude, or in the waters of the Big Fish River at 68°39′48″ north latitude and 135°52′35″ west longitude, including all their tributaries, except for educational or scientific purposes under the authority of a licence.

  • SOR/78-519, s. 1;
  • SOR/87-508, s. 1;
  • SOR/93-59, s. 3;
  • SOR/93-340, s. 1;
  • SOR/2009-83, s. 1.

 [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 4]

  •  (1) No person shall catch, kill, molest or injure fish by using firearms, spears, arrows, gaffs, lights, sticks, stones, clubs, snares, dip nets or gill nets except under the authority of a licence.

  • (2) No person shall fish by snagging.

  • (3) Notwithstanding subsection (1), dip nets may be used to land fish caught by angling.

  • SOR/93-59, s. 5.

 A person who erects or maintains a structure for fishing upon the ice shall remove the structure at the direction of an officer.

 Except with the permission of an officer, no person shall leave a gill net in the water

  • (a) during the period from May 16th to October 31st inclusive, for more than 30 consecutive hours, or

  • (b) during the period from November 1st to May 15th inclusive, for more than 72 consecutive hours,

without withdrawing the net from the water and removing the fish therefrom.

  •  (1) No person shall dispose of dead fish or any remains or offal of fish by leaving it in the water or on ice over the water.

  • (2) When gurry grounds have been designated or defined by an officer, a person who has in his possession dead or decaying fish or remnants thereof or other refuse from fishing shall place that fish, remnants or refuse in the gurry ground.

STREAM CROSSINGS

  •  (1) No person shall construct a temporary crossing over any ice-covered stream, unless he

    • (a) uses snow or adds to the thickness of the ice by the use of snow or ice, or

    • (b) is authorized by an officer.

  • (2) [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 6]

  • SOR/93-59, s. 6.

LOGGING AND GRAVEL REMOVAL

  •  (1) Where, in the opinion of the Minister, the fishery in any waters would be harmed by any of the following operations:

    • (a) placing logs in or releasing logs into those waters,

    • (b) driving, towing or booming logs in those waters,

    • (c) removing gravel from or displacing gravel in any spawning grounds in those waters, or

    • (d) any similar operation,

    he may authorize the placing of signs at appropriate places on the shore designating those waters as waters in respect of the fishery of which that operation is harmful.

  • (2) Where, pursuant to subsection (1), any waters have been designated in respect of any operation referred to therein, no person shall carry on any such operation in those waters.

COMMERCIAL FISHING

  •  (1) No person shall be issued a commercial licence to fish in the waters of Lac la Martre unless that person has resided continuously in the settlement of Lac la Martre for a period of not less than six months immediately preceding the day he applies for that licence.

  • (2) No person shall be issued a commercial licence to fish in the waters of Kakisa Lake unless that person has resided continuously in the settlement of Kakisa Lake for a period of not less than six months immediately preceding the day he applies for that licence.

 [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 7]

  •  (1) No person shall operate, for the purpose of commercial fishing on Great Slave Lake, a vessel or vehicle unless he is the holder of a valid commercial fishing licence and unless the vessel or vehicle has been registered by the Department for that purpose and a registration certificate bearing a registration number has been issued in respect of that vessel or vehicle.

  • (2) A Class A certificate may be issued only in respect of

    • (a) a vessel of more than 900 kg gross weight, when weighed with its attached mechanical equipment; or

    • (b) a vehicle of more than 900 kg gross weight.

  • (3) A Class B certificate may be issued in respect of vessels or vehicles other than those referred to in subsection (2).

  • (4) The holder of a certificate issued in respect of a vessel shall not permit the vessel to be operated in commercial fishing, unless the holder of a commercial fishing licence is on board.

  • (5) No person shall use a vehicle in fishing under subsection (1) unless the registration number issued under these Regulations in respect of that vehicle is painted on the vehicle or securely affixed to it by some other means and meets the requirements set out in subsection (5.1).

  • (5.1) A registration number referred to in subsection (5) shall be

    • (a) legible and unobstructed;

    • (b) in solid Arabic numerals of at least 15 cm in height that are without ornamentation;

    • (c) of a colour that contrasts with the background; and

    • (d) aligned horizontally.

  • (6) No person shall work on or fish from a vessel or vehicle engaged in commercial fishing on Great Slave Lake unless he is the holder of a commercial fishing licence or a helper’s licence.

  • (7) No person shall dump from a vehicle that is used in commercial fishing any fish that has been caught in accordance with these Regulations.

  • SOR/79-485, s. 2;
  • SOR/81-468, s. 1;
  • SOR/93-59, s. 8.
  •  (1) In this section, “registration” means,

    • (a) in reference to a vessel, registration under the Canada Shipping Act; and

    • (b) in reference to a vehicle, registration under the Ordinances of the Northwest Territories.

  • (2) Every person who applies for a certificate in respect of a vessel or vehicle shall state

    • (a) the name, the registration or serial number and the size of the vessel or vehicle;

    • (b) the name of the owner and operator of the vessel or vehicle; and

    • (c) information relating to all auxiliary vessels or vehicles to be used in conjunction with the vessel or vehicle.

  • SOR/79-485, s. 2.

 [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 9]

  •  (1) [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 10]

  • (2) Every net used in commercial fishing and every gang of nets so used shall be marked at each end

    • (a) during open water fishing, by a flag that is not less than 45 cm square supported by a buoy; and

    • (b) during winter fishing, by a stake the top of which is at least 1 m above the surface of the water or ice.

  • SOR/79-485, s. 3;
  • SOR/81-468, s. 2;
  • SOR/93-59, s. 10.

 The web of a gill net used for commercial fishing shall not be hung on any portion of the cork line of the net at a ratio greater than 2 m of web to 1 m of cork line and no additional nets shall be hung on, added to or inserted in the web of the net to increase that ratio at any place in the net.

  • SOR/81-468, s. 3.
  •  (1) No person shall fish for commercial purposes except in waters set out in Schedule V.

  • (2) No person shall fish for commercial purposes in waters set out in Schedule III.

  •  (1) No person shall fish in any waters set out in Column I of an item of Schedule V for any species of fish set out in Column II of that item,

    • (a) unless the person uses a gill net having a mesh size not less than that set out in Column III of that item, where applicable; or

    • (b) during the closed season set out in Column IV of that item.

  • (2) For the purpose of subsection (1) or any licence condition, the mesh size of a net shall be determined by measuring the distance between the extreme angles of a single mesh inside and between the knots after the twine has been immersed in water for at least 30 minutes and extended until straight without stretching or straining the twine or slipping a knot.

  • (3) The measurement referred to in subsection (2) shall be made by means of a measuring device certified under the Weights and Measures Act.

  • SOR/98-388, s. 1.
  •  (1) No person shall fish in the waters set out in column I of an item of Schedule V after the time specified in a notice issued by the Regional Director-General or a fishery officer stating that the quota set out in column V of that item has been or is about to be reached.

  • (2) A notice referred to in subsection (1) shall be brought to the attention of the persons affected or likely to be affected by it by one or more of the methods set out in subsection 7(1) of the Fishery (General) Regulations.

  • SOR/78-369, s. 1;
  • SOR/81-119, s. 4;
  • SOR/93-59, s. 11.

 For the purpose of calculating the quotas for the water areas of Great Slave Lake, each annual quota shall commence on November 1st and end on October 31st next following.

 No person shall set a net or running line in any waters at any time during the closed season for those waters.

NATIVE AND DOMESTIC FISHING

  •  (1) Notwithstanding subsections 5(1) and 7(1), an Indian, Inuk or person of mixed blood may fish without a licence by angling or by means of gill nets, set lines, spears, snares or dip nets, for food for himself, his family or his dogs.

  • (2) No person shall give any fish caught under the authority of subsection (1) to any person other than an Indian, Inuk or person of mixed blood.

  • (3) No person, other than an Indian, Inuk or person of mixed blood, shall accept or be in possession of any fish caught under the authority of subsection (1).

  • (4) [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 12]

  • SOR/81-119, s. 5;
  • SOR/93-59, ss. 12, 17(F).
  •  (1) Notwithstanding subsections 5(1) and 7(1), a beneficiary may fish for subsistence usage within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region without a licence.

  • (2) Notwithstanding subsection 5(4) and subject to section 12 of the Agreement, a beneficiary may sell to or trade or barter with

    • (a) other beneficiaries, fish or any portions thereof taken for subsistence usage within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region; and

    • (b) any other person, the non-edible by-products of fish taken from the Inuvialuit Settlement Region for personal use.

  • (3) No person other than a beneficiary shall possess any edible portions of fish taken for subsistence usage from the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.

  • SOR/91-481, s. 2.

 A domestic fishing licence may be issued to a person who

  • (a) has resided in the Northwest Territories for at least two years;

  • (b) needs fish for food for himself or his family; or

  • (c) needs fish for food for his dogs.

  • SOR/79-485, s. 4;
  • SOR/93-59, s. 13.

 [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 13]

 Every person who is the holder of a domestic fishing licence shall, upon request by an officer, state the area or areas in which he fished and the species and number of kilograms of fish taken by him during the term of the licence.

  • SOR/81-468, s. 4.

 An officer may mark for identification purposes any fish caught by any person in domestic fishing.

SPORT FISHING

  •  (1) Notwithstanding subsection 5(1) and subject to subsection (2), a person may engage in sport fishing without a sport fishing licence if the person is

    • (a) a Northwest Territories resident or a resident Canadian under the age of 16 years or 65 years of age or over; or

    • (b) a non-resident under the age of 16 years who is accompanied by a person who holds a sport fishing licence.

  • (2) No person shall engage in sport fishing

    • (a) in a special management area without

      • (i) a sport fishing licence, and

      • (ii) a special management area fishing licence which has been validated for that special management area; or

    • (b) in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region without a sport fishing licence which has been validated for the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.

  • SOR/91-481, s. 3.
  •  (1) Subject to section 38, no person angling or spear-fishing in the waters set out in column II of an item of Schedule VI shall catch and retain in any one day more fish of a species set out in column I of that item than the number set out in column III of that item.

  • (2) [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 14]

  • (3) [Revoked, SOR/87-508, s. 2]

  • SOR/79-485, s. 5;
  • SOR/81-119, s. 6;
  • SOR/87-508, s. 2;
  • SOR/91-428, s. 2;
  • SOR/93-59, s. 14.
  •  (1) Subject to section 38, no person shall have in their possession at any time more fish of a species set out in column I of Schedule VI taken from the waters set out in column II than the number set out in column IV.

  • (2) For the purposes of subsection (1) and subsection 28(1), where a fish has been filleted, two fillets shall be regarded as one fish.

  • (3) Subject to subsection 38(3), no person shall have in his possession any fish taken by sport fishing at any place other than his permanent residence or transport any such fish unless the fish are

    • (a) whole;

    • (b) eviscerated; or

    • (c) filleted with the skin attached.

  • (4) For the purposes of paragraph (3)(c), fillets shall be separated before being frozen so that the number of fish can be readily determined.

  • (5) No person shall place, or permit to be placed, in a storage facility any fish taken by sport fishing unless such fish are identified by the name and the sport fishing licence number of the person who caught them.

  • SOR/79-485, s. 6;
  • SOR/91-428, s. 3;
  • SOR/2003-137, s. 3.

 No person shall engage in sport fishing while employed as a guide by a person engaged in fishing.

  •  (1) No person shall, in any year, sportfish in the Tree River after notice is given by a fishery officer that 700 arctic char have been taken from that river in that year.

  • (2) No person fishing in the waters of the Tree River shall take away or cause to be taken away from those waters more than two arctic char during any fishing trip.

  • (3) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to an Indian, Inuk or person of mixed blood.

  • (4) A notice referred to in subsection (1) shall be brought to the attention of the persons affected or likely to be affected by it by one or more of the methods set out in subsection 7(1) of the Fishery (General) Regulations.

  • SOR/81-119, s. 7;
  • SOR/91-428, s. 4;
  • SOR/93-59, s. 15.
  •  (1) No person shall engage in spear fishing except while swimming and under authority of a sport fishing licence.

  • (2) [Repealed, SOR/2003-137, s. 4]

  • (3) All spears used in spear fishing shall be fastened to the spear gun or to the person operating the spear by a line of adequate strength to withstand without breaking any strain that is likely to be placed on the line while the gun is being operated.

  • (4) The shaft of every spear referred to in subsection (3) shall be fastened to the spear gun or the person using the spear by a line not exceeding 5 m in length.

  • (5) No person shall use, as a propellant in a spear gun, any explosive charge or any gas contained in a bottle or cartridge.

  • SOR/81-468, s. 5;
  • SOR/2003-137, s. 4.

 No person shall use or be in possession of a gaff while sport fishing.

  • SOR/78-369, s. 2.
  •  (1) Notwithstanding subsection 7(1) but subject to subsection (2), no person shall use a dip net having a hoop width greater than 1 m in fishing for cisco and suckers.

  • (2) Any fish of a species other than ciscos and suckers taken by means of a dip net shall be returned to the water immediately.

  • SOR/79-485, s. 7;
  • SOR/81-468, s. 6;
  • SOR/93-59, s. 17(F).

 No person shall, while sport fishing,

  • (a) fish in open water with more than a single line or rod and line;

  • (b) fish through the ice with more than two lines or two rods with lines attached;

  • (c) have more than two hooks attached to a line; or

  • (d) leave any line with hooks attached unattended.

 No person shall engage in sport fishing in ice-covered water if he is more than 50 m from his line.

  • SOR/81-468, s. 7.

 No person shall, when sport fishing, use any live fish for bait.

  • SOR/79-485, s. 8.
  •  (1) No person engaged in angling shall use or possess a hook that is attached to the end of a fishing line if the hook is not a barbless hook.

  • (2) Subsection (1) does not apply to angling in Nunavut waters.

  • SOR/2004-38, s. 2;
  • SOR/2005-108, s. 4.

SIZE LIMITS

  •  (1) No person shall have in his possession

    • (a) any arctic grayling that is less than 36 cm fork length, or

    • (b) more than one northern pike that is more than 90 cm fork length

    taken from that portion of the Mackenzie River and tributary streams lying between 116° west longitude and 118° west longitude.

  • (2) No person shall

    • (a) possess more than one lake trout that is longer than 70 cm fork length taken from Stark Lake or Great Slave Lake, including all tributary streams from their mouths to 1 km upstream; or

    • (b) remove from the area referred to in paragraph (a) more than two lake trout.

  • (3) No person shall, on or adjacent to the waters described in subsection (1), have in his possession any Arctic grayling from which the head and tail have been removed unless the length of any such fish has been checked by a fishery officer before the head and tail were removed.

  • (4) No person shall

    • (a) possess more than two lake trout taken from the waters of the special management area described in item 1 of Schedule VIII; or

    • (b) remove from the area referred to in paragraph (a) more than one lake trout.

  • SOR/79-485, s. 9;
  • SOR/81-468, s. 8;
  • SOR/91-481, s. 4;
  • SOR/2003-137, s. 5.

 [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 16]

SCHEDULE I(Section 2)

SPECIES OF GAME FISH

ItemCommon NameScientific Name
1.Arctic CharSalvelinus alpinus
2.Arctic CiscoCoregonus autumnalis
3.Arctic GraylingThymallus arcticus
4.Broad WhitefishCoregonus nasus
5.Brook TroutSalvelinus fontinalis
6.Bull TroutSalvelinus confluentus
7.BurbotLota lota
8.Dolly VardenSalvelinus malma
9.GoldeyeHiodon alosoides
10.InconnuStenodus leucichthys
11.Lake CiscoCoregonus artedii
12.Lake TroutSalvelinus namaycush
13.Lake WhitefishCoregonus clupeaformis
14.Least CiscoCoregonus sardinella
15.Longnose SuckerCatostomus catostomus
16.Northern PikeEsox lucius
17.Rainbow TroutSalmo gairdneri
18.Round WhitefishProsopium cylindraceum
19.WalleyeStizostedion vitreum vitreum
20.White SuckerCatostomus commersoni
  • SOR/78-369, s. 3;
  • SOR/79-485, s. 11;
  • SOR/81-119, s. 9;
  • SOR/2004-38, ss. 3, 4;
  • SOR/2005-108, s. 5.

SCHEDULE II(s. 2)

PART IAREAS OF GREAT SLAVE LAKE

Area I (West)

That portion of Great Slave Lake lying

  • (a) east of a line drawn from Point Desmarais in 61°00′48 north latitude and 116°28′12 west longitude to a point on Big Island in 61°05′18 north latitude and 116°30′06 west longitude; THENCE to a point on Big Island in 61°11′06 north latitude and 116°39′24 west longitude; and THENCE to a point in 61°12′26 north latitude and 116°41′06 west longitude; and

  • (b) west of a line drawn from Point de Roche to Slave Point.

Area I (East)

That portion of Great Slave Lake lying east of a line drawn from Point de Roche to Slave Point and west of a line drawn from Jones Point in 61°27′ north latitude and 115°43′ west longitude to Sulphur Point in 60°56′ north latitude and 114°49′ west longitude.

Area II

That portion of Great Slave Lake lying north and east of Area I (East) and south and west of a line drawn from the mouth of the north branch of the Jean River in 61°22′ north latitude and 113°33′ west longitude to the most northerly tip of Hardisty Island in 61°45′ north latitude and 114°37′ west longitude and THENCE to a fishing boundary marker on the mainland, and north of a straight line drawn between the mouth of the north branch of the Jean River and Slave Point to where the said line intersects the east boundary of Area I (East).

Area III

That portion of Great Slave Lake lying east of Area I (East) and south of Area II.

Area IV

That portion of Great Slave Lake lying between Area II and Water Area V.

Area V

That portion of Great Slave Lake lying east of the meridian of 113°30′00 west longitude and west of a line drawn from a point on the mainland in 62°04′43 north latitude 112°30′00 west longitude to a point on the north shore of Blanchette Island in 62°01′45 north latitude and 112°30′00″ west longitude, THENCE along the north shore of Blanchette Island to the most easterly point of Blanchette Island, THENCE to the most westerly point of Et Then Island, THENCE along the south shore of Et Then Island, THENCE along the south shore of Et Then Island to the most easterly point of Et Then Island THENCE due east to the mainland.

Area VI

That portion of Great Slave Lake lying east and north of Area V.

PART IIAREAS OF THE MACKENZIE RIVER DELTA AND LOWER MACKENZIE RIVER

Area I

That portion of the Mackenzie Delta bounded

  • (1) in the east by the west bank of the Middle Channel from the point at 67°41.5′ north latitude, 134°32.8′ west longitude to the point on the west bank of the Middle Channel at 68°13′ north latitude, 134°28′ west longitude;

  • (2) in the north by the parallel of latitude at 68°13′ north from the point on the west bank of the Middle Channel at 134°28′ west longitude to the point on the west bank of the Husky Channel at 135°06′ west longitude;

  • (3) in the west by the west bank of the Husky Channel from the point at 68°13′ north latitude, 135°06′ west longitude to the point where the Husky Channel meets the Peel River at 67°37′ north latitude, 134°52′ west longitude; and

  • (4) in the south by the south bank of the Peel River from the point at 67°37′ north latitude, 134°52′ west longitude to the point on the west bank of the Middle Channel at 67°41.5′ north latitude, 134°32.8′ west longitude.

Area II

That portion of the Mackenzie Delta bounded

  • (1) in the east by the east bank of the East Channel from the point at Point Separation at 67°37′ north latitude, 134°05′ west longitude to the point at 68°13′ north latitude, 133°47′ west longitude;

  • (2) in the north by the parallel of latitude at 68°13′ north from the point on the east bank of the East Channel at 133°47′ west longitude to the point on the west bank of the Middle Channel at 134°28′ west longitude;

  • (3) in the west by the west bank of the Middle Channel from the point at 68°13′ north latitude, 134°28′ west longitude to the point opposite Point Separation at 67°37′ north latitude, 134°10′ west longitude; and

  • (4) in the south by the parallel of latitude extending across the Mackenzie River at 67°37′ north from the point at 134°10′ west longitude to the point at Point Separation at 134°05′ west longitude.

Area III

That portion of the Mackenzie Delta bounded

  • (1) in the east by the west bank of the Middle Channel from the point at 68°13′ north latitude, 134°28′ west longitude to the junction of the Raymond Channel and the Middle Channel at 68°15.5′ north latitude, 134°25′ west longitude, then by the west bank of the Raymond Channel to the junction of the Raymond Channel and Napoiak Channel at 68°26′ north latitude, 134°24′ west longitude, then by the west bank of the Napoiak Channel to the point at the mouth of the Napoiak Channel at Shallow Bay at 68°41′ north latitude, 135°14′ west longitude, then by a line through Shallow Bay to the point at 68°59.5′ north latitude, 136°27′ west longitude;

  • (2) in the west by the meridian at 136°27′ west longitude from the point at 68°59.5′ north latitude to the Moose Channel at 68°44′ north latitude; then by the south bank of the Moose Channel to the point at the junction of the Moose Channel and the West Channel at 68°39′ north latitude, 135°45′ west longitude, then by the west bank of the West Channel to the community of Aklavik at 68°13′ north latitude, 135°00′ west longitude, then by the west bank of the Husky Channel to the point at 68°13′ north latitude, 135°06′ west longitude; and

  • (3) in the south by the parallel of latitude at 68°13′ north from the point on the west bank of the Husky Channel at 135°06′ west longitude to the point on the west bank of the Middle Channel at 134°28′ west longitude.

Area IV

That portion of the Mackenzie Delta bounded

  • (1) in the east by the east bank of the East Channel from the point at 68°13′ north latitude, 133°47′ west longitude to the Beaufort Sea, then by the coast of the Beaufort Sea to the point at 69°38′ north latitude, 132°54′ west longitude, then by the meridian at 132°54′ west longitude to the extent of the territorial sea of Canada as defined in subsection 3(1) of the Territorial Sea and Fishing Zones Act;

  • (2) in the north by the extent of the territorial sea of Canada as defined in subsection 3(1) of the Territorial Sea and Fishing Zones Act from the meridian at 132°54′ west longitude to the meridian at 136°27′ west longitude;

  • (3) in the west by the meridian at 136°27′ west longitude from the extent of the territorial sea of Canada as defined in subsection 3(1) of the Territorial Sea and Fishing Zones Act to the point at 68°59.5′ north latitude, then by a line through Shallow Bay to the point at 68°41′ north latitude, 135°14′ west longitude at the mouth of the Napoiak Channel, then by the west bank of the Napoiak Channel to the junction of the Napoiak Channel and the Raymond Channel at 68°26′ north latitude, 134°24′ west longitude, then by the west bank of the Raymond Channel to the junction of the Raymond Channel and the Middle Channel at 68°15.5′ north latitude, 134°25′ west longitude, then by the west bank of the Middle Channel to the point at 68°13′ north latitude, 134°28′ west longitude; and

  • (4) in the south by the parallel of latitude at 68°13′ north from the point on the west bank of the Middle Channel at 134°28′ west longitude to the point on the east bank of the East Channel at 133°47′ west longitude.

Area V

  • 1. That portion of the Mackenzie River bounded

    • (1) in the north by the parallel of latitude across the River at Point Separation at 67°37′ north latitude from the point at 134°05′ west longitude to the point at 134°10′ west longitude; and

    • (2) in the south by the meridian of longitude at 128°49′ west extending across the River at the confluence of the Mountain River at 65°41′ north latitude.

  • 2. Also that portion of the Arctic Red River from its confluence with the Mackenzie River to the point 16 km upstream at 67°19′ north latitude, 133°42′ west longitude.

Area VI

That portion of the Mackenzie River Delta bounded:

  • (1) in the east by a straight line joining a point at 68°40′ north latitude and 135°45′ west longitude to a point at 68°53′ north latitude and 135°45′ west longitude,

  • (2) in the north by a straight line joining a point at 68°53′ north latitude and 135°45′ west longitude to a point at 68°53′ north latitude and 136°27′ west longitude,

  • (3) in the west by a straight line joining a point at 68°53′ north latitude and 136°27′ west longitude to a point at 68°44′ north latitude and 136°27′ west longitude, and

  • (4) in the south by a straight line joining a point at 68°44′ north latitude and 136°27′ west longitude to a point at 68°38.5′ north latitude and 136°03′ west longitude, on the north bank of the Big Fish River and THENCE by the north bank of the Big Fish River from that point at 68°38.5′ north latitude and 136°03′ west longitude to the junction of the Big Fish River and Little Moose Channel and THENCE by a straight line across the mouth of the Big Fish River from the junction of the Big Fish River and Little Moose Channel to a point at 68°40′ north latitude and 135°52′ west longitude and THENCE by a straight line joining that point at 68°40′ north latitude and 135°52′ west longitude to a point at 68°40′ north latitude and 135°45′ west longitude.

  • SOR/78-720, s. 1;
  • SOR/81-119, s. 10;
  • SOR/81-468, s. 9;
  • SOR/87-508, ss. 3 to 5;
  • SOR/91-481, s. 5.

SCHEDULE III(ss. 2 and 17)

PART IWATERS AREAS OF GREAT SLAVE LAKE NOT INCLUDED IN AREAS DESCRIBED IN SCHEDULE II

  • 1. Waters within 8 km of the shore between a line drawn 360° true from Point de Roche in 60°53′ north latitude and 116°07′ west longitude and a line drawn 360° true from Fish Point in 60°50′ north latitude and 115°22′ west true longitude.

  • 2. Waters within

    • (a) 16 km of the settlement of Resolution; or

    • (b) 8 km of the settlement of Trout Rock in 62°27′ north latitude and 114°58′ west longitude.

    • (c) [Repealed, SOR/2004-38, s. 5]

  • 3. Waters lying north and west of a line drawn across the North Arm from Whitebeach Point in 62°28′ north latitude and 115°16′ west longitude, to a point on the mainland at 62°31′ north latitude and 115°13′ west longitude.

  • 4. Waters of Yellowknife Bay north of a line drawn from the northernmost tip of Ruth Island (62°19′ north latitude and 114°14′ west longitude) in a westerly direction to the northernmost tip of Inner Island (62°18′ north latitude and 114°18′ west longitude) THENCE in a westerly direction to an island at 62°19′ north latitude and 114°27′ west longitude and THENCE in a northwesterly direction to a point on the mainland at 62°21′ north latitude and 114°30′ west longitude.

  • 5. All of the waters of Great Slave Lake lying east and north of Area V including the waters of Stark Lake and the river connecting Stark Lake and Great Slave Lake.

PART IIWATER AREAS CLOSED TO COMMERCIAL FISHING

  • 1. Waters of Rankin Inlet within 8 km of the mouth of the Diana River at 62°50′ north latitude and 92°24′ west longitude.

  • 2. Waters of Prairie Bay in Rankin Inlet within 8 km of the mouth of the Meliadine River at 62°52′ north latitude and 92°06 west longitude.

  • SOR/81-468, s. 10;
  • SOR/83-503, s. 1;
  • SOR/2004-38, s. 5.

SCHEDULE IV(s. 4)

LICENCES, VALIDATION STAMPS AND CERTIFICATE

Column IColumn II
1.Commercial fishing licence
  • (a) Northwest Territories resident

$ 5.00
  • (b) a beneficiary fishing within the Inuvialuit Settlement Region

No fee
  • (c) any other person

10.00
2.Domestic fishing licence
  • (a) a person 65 years of age or over

No fee
  • (b) any other person

10.00
3.Sport fishing licence
  • (a) Northwest Territories resident (annual)

10.00
  • (b) resident Canadian (annual)

20.00
  • (c) resident Canadian (three days)

15.00
  • (d) non-resident (annual)

40.00
  • (e) non-resident (three days)

30.00
  • (f) a person described in paragraph 27(1)(a) or (b) fishing in a special management area

No fee
  • (g) a beneficiary fishing within Inuvialuit Settlement Region

No fee
3.1Special management area fishing licence
  • (a) a person described in paragraph 27(1)(a) or (b)

No fee
  • (b) any other person

9.00
3.2Validation of a licence for a special management area
  • (a) a person described in paragraph 27(1)(a) or (b)

No fee
  • (b) any other person

1.00
3.3Validation of a licence for the Inuvialuit Settlement RegionNo fee
4.Commercial fishing vessel or vehicle certificate for Great Slave Lake
  • (a) Class A

50.00
  • (b) Class B

25.00
5.Helper’s Licence for Great Slave LakeNo fee
  • SOR/79-485, s. 12;
  • SOR/81-119, s. 11;
  • SOR/81-274, s. 1;
  • SOR/91-481, s. 6.

SCHEDULE V(ss. 17, 18 and 19)

SPECIES, MESH SIZES, CLOSED SEASONS AND QUOTAS FOR COMMERCIAL FISHING

Column IColumn IIColumn IIIColumn IVColumn V
WatersSpeciesMesh Size (in millimetres)Closed SeasonsQuota — (in Kilograms round weight)
REGION I — MACKENZIE DELTA
1.Alfred Lake

(65-34N, 126-33W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,800
2.Akyuk Lake

(70-04N, 127-10W)

Whitefish and Trout139September 1 to October 31700
3.Billy Lake

(69-10N, 124-08W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63September 1 to October 315,400
4.Biname Lake

(69-04N, 124-35W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63September 1 to October 318,200
5.Brackett Lake

(65-13N, 125-20W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,800
6.Cape Parry Area

(69-30N, 124-45W)

Cod139September 1 to October 3111,400
Herring63June 1 to June 3020,000
Whitefish and Trout139September 1 to October 31300
7.Doris Lake

(65-10N, 128-15W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15300
8.Eskimo (Husky) Lake

(69-20N, 132-30W)

Whitefish139September 1 to October 3111,400
Cisco63September 1 to October 3111,400
Lake trout139September 1 to October 3111,400
Inconnu139September 1 to October 311,200
9.Hornaday River

(69-20N, 123-45W)

Arctic char (searun)139August 15 to October 156,800
10.Lennie Lake

(65-34N, 126-33W)

Whitefish139August 15 to October 152,800
11.Liverpool Bay

(69-45N, 130-00W)

Herring63June 1 to June 3020,000
Cisco63September 1 to October 3111,400
Inconnu139September 1 to October 311,200
12.Mackenzie River Delta Area IWhitefish139May 15 to June 152,300
Arctic char139August 7 to September 15900
Lake trout139May 15 to June 152,300
Cisco63May 15 to June 152,300
Burbot and Northern pike139May 15 to June 154,600
13.Mackenzie Delta Area IIBurbot and Northern pike139May 15 to June 154,600
Cisco63May 15 to June 152,300
Whitefish139May 15 to June 159,100
Lake trout139May 15 to June 152,300
14.Mackenzie Delta Area IIIWhitefish139May 15 to June 1545,500
Cisco63May 15 to June 152,300
Lake trout139May 15 to June 152,300
Burbot and Northern pike139April 1 to March 314,600
15.Mackenzie Delta Area IVHerring63May 15 to June 1520,000
Lake trout139May 15 to June 152,300
Inconnu139May 15 to June 154,600
Whitefish139May 15 to June 154,600
16.Mackenzie Delta Area VWhitefish139May 15 to June 154,600
Herring63May 15 to June 15500
Cisco63May 15 to June 15500
17.Mahoney Lake

(65-30N, 125-20W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 154,600
18.Manuel Lake

(67-00N, 128-56W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15800
19.Middle Lake

(70-02N, 127-02W)

Whitefish and Trout139September 1 to October 31700
20.Old Horton River

(70-08N, 127-30W)

Whitefish, Trout and Arctic char139September 1 to October 31900
21.Peel River

(67-37N, 134-52W)

Junction of Satah R.

Whitefish139May 15 to June 152,300
22.Reuben Lake

(69-16N, 124-16W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63September 1 to October 311,600
23.Rorey Lake

(66-55N, 128-25W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15800
24.[Repealed, SOR/2011-194, s. 2]
25.Sitidgi Lake

(68-30N, 132-40W)

Whitefish and Trout139May 15 to June 15300
26.Tagatui Lake

(64-57N, 125-12W)

Whitefish139August 15 to October 15900
27.Tasseriuk Lake

(69-24N, 124-40W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63September 1 to October 317,200
28.Thrasher Lake

(69-16N, 124-08W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63September 1 to October 311,600
29.Whitefish Lake

(65-43N, 125-00W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15500
30.Unnamed Lake

(69-12N, 123-50W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63September 1 to October 311,400
31.Unnamed Lake

(69-12N, 123-59W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63September 1 to October 31900
32.Unnamed Lake

(69-14N, 123-45W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63September 1 to October 31400
33.Unnamed Lake

(69-28N, 124-28W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63September 1 to October 313,000
34.Unnamed Lake

(69-37N, 124-20W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63September 1 to October 31300
REGION II — SLAVE MACKENZIE
1.Beaver Lake

(61-07N, 117-08W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 1520,800
2.Bedarch Lake

(60-19N, 109-57W)

Whitefish and Trout139September 1 to October 312,000
3.Bennathy Lake

(60-38N, 110-33W)

Whitefish and Trout139September 1 to October 31900
4.Blackwater Lake

(64-00N, 123-05W)

Whitefish and Trout139September 1 to October 3112,500
5.Champagne Lakes

(60-40N, 111-10W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15300
6.Deskenatlata Lake

(60-55N, 112-03W)

Whitefish, Trout and Walleye133August 15 to October 153,600
7.Disappointment Lake

(60-05N, 110-27W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,400
8.Dogface (Trefiak) Lake

(60-17N, 119-05W)

Walleye108April 15 to June 152,300
9.Fork Lake

(60-53N, 111-05W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15900
10.Gagnon Lake

(62-08N, 110-27W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 156,300
11.Gertrude Lake

(60-23N, 111-21W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15200
11.1Grandin Lake

(63-59N, 119-00W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 1513,000
12.Great Slave Lake Area I (West)Whitefish and Troutn/aMay 15 to May 30227,300
13.Great Slave Lake Area I (East)Whitefish and Troutn/aMay 15 to May 30318,200
14.Great Slave Lake Area IIWhitefish and Troutn/aMay 15 to May 30318,200
15.Great Slave Lake Area IIIWhitefish and Troutn/aMay 15 to May 3045,500
16.Great Slave Lake Area IVWhitefish and Troutn/aMay 15 to May 30409,100
17.Great Slave Lake Area VWhitefish and Troutn/aMay 15 to May 30363,600
18.Hanging Ice Lake

(60-13N, 110-55W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15700
19.High Level Lake

(60-50N, 110-39W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15700
20.Hjalmar Lake

(61-33N, 109-25W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 158,800
21.Hotel Lake

(60-25N, 110-05W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,000
22.Indian Shack Lake

(60-39N, 111-05W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15500
23.Jack Lake

(60-46N, 111-08W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15300
24.Kakisa Lake

(60-55N, 117-40W)

Walleye108May 15 to May 3020,000
25.Keller Lake

(64-00N, 121-25W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 1522,700
26.King Lake

(61-05N, 110-32W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 153,000
27.Lac La Loche

(62-02N, 110-53W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 155,200
28.[Repealed, SOR/2011-194, s. 5]
29.Largepike Lake

(60-04N, 110-19W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,900
30.Leland Lake

(60-00N, 110-59W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15600
31.McDonald Lake

(62-07N, 111-13W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 154,600
32.McEwan Lake

(60-48N, 119-57W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15600
33.MacInnis Lake

(61-21N, 110-12W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,300
34.Margaret Lake

(63-40N, 109-47W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 155,600
35.Mistigi Lake

(60-25N, 111-47W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15500
36.Naskethey Lake

(61-19N, 109-24W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,700
37.Naylor Lake

(60-33N, 111-27W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15300
38.Nonacho Lake

(61-42N, 109-40W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 1531,800
39.O’Conner Lake

(61-18N, 111-52W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,300
40.Oulton Lake

(60-46N, 111-20W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,000
41.Piers Lake

(60-20N, 111-06W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 154,200
42.Reade Lake

(60-53N, 119-55W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15300
43.Robinson Lake

(60-48N, 110-55W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15600
44.Ruelling Lake

(61-22N, 109-33W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,900
45.Rutledge Lake

(61-33N, 110-47W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 159,500
46.Salkeld Lake

(61-35N, 109-50W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,800
46.1Scott Lake

(60-00N, 106-05W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 1521,000
47.Shark Lake

(60-29N, 109-32W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15600
48.Sibbeston Lake

(61-47N, 122-43W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15500
49.Soulier Lake

(60-41N, 110-08W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,900
50.Sparks Lake

(61-12N, 109-40W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 156,500
51.Taltson Lake

(61-30N, 110-15W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 154,600
52.Taltson River mouth to confluence of Rat R.

(61-20N, 112-40W)

Walleye114April 15 to June 1511,400
53.Tathlina Lake

(60-30N, 117-30W)

Walleye108May 15 to May 3020,000
54.Telklini Lake

(60-02N, 111-15W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15400
55.Tetcho Lake

(60-25N, 120-45W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,000
56.Thekulthili Lake

(61-03N, 110-04W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 1513,800
57.Thubun Lakes

(61-34N, 111-45W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 159,300
58.Tourangeau Lake

(60-19N, 110-31W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,400
59.Trainor Lake

(60-24N, 120-17W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,900
60.Tronka Chua Lake

(61-30N, 109-54W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,900
61.Trudel Lake

(60-21N, 111-19W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15200
62.Tsetso Lake

(61-51N, 123-01W)

Walleye114April 15 to June 15800
63.Vandyck Lake

(60-12N, 109-28W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,200
64.Walker Lake

(61-52N, 109-57W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15600
65.Willow Lake

(62-11N, 119-10W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 151,400
66.Wrigley Lake

(63-51N, 126-10W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 151,700
67.Yatsore Lake

(60-46N, 110-15W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 152,400
68.Zinto Lake

(61-06N, 116-22W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 154,200
69.Unnamed Lake

(60-10N, 117-55W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,800
70.Unnamed Lake

(60-10N, 118-10W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,100
71.Unnamed Lake

(61-15N, 111-59W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15700
72.Unnamed Lake

(61-28N, 109-35W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 155,000
73.Unnamed Lake

(61-50N, 119-28W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,700
74.Unnamed Lake

(61-51N, 119-27W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,500
75.Unnamed Lake

(61-51N, 119-32W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15800
REGION III — CENTRAL INLAND
1.Alcantara Lake

(60-57N, 108-09W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,300
2.Angus Lake

(63-27N, 111-57W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,400
3.Arseno Lake

(64-34N, 115-39W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,300
4.Atzinging Lake

(60-13N, 103-10W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 156,000
5.Bartlett Lake

(63-05N, 118-20W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 1511,200
6.Basler Lake

(63-55N, 116-00W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 156,000
7.Belanger Lake

(66-08N, 114-57W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15600
8.Beaverlodge Lake

(64-42N, 118-12W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,300
9.Beniah Lake

(63-24N, 112-17W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 155,700
10.Big Rocky Lake

(62-19N, 102-15W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 154,200
11.Blaisdelle Lake

(62-47N, 113-34W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15800
12.Blatchford Lake

(62-11N, 112-35W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,500
13.Buckham Lake

(62-18N, 112-37W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,900
14.Camsell Lake

(63-35N, 111-15W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 159,100
15.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
16.Chedabucto Lake

(62-24N, 115-30W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,600
17.Chipp Lake

(62-28N, 112-38W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 154,500
18.Crapaud Lake

(62-56N, 114-01W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15400
19.Desperation Lake

(62-35N, 112-25W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,500
20.Doran Lake

(61-14N, 108-05W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,900
21.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
22.Germaine Lake

(63-13N, 114-35W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,000
23.Gordon Lake

(63-10N, 113-12W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 156,300
24.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
25.Grant Lake

(64-54N, 116-35W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 153,100
26.Halliday Lake

(61-21N, 108-56W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,700
27.Hardisty Lake

(64-30N, 117-45W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 1518,500
28.Helmer Lake

(62-50N, 114-03W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15700
29.Hottah Lake

(65-00N, 118-30W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 1549,200
30.Ingray Lake

(64-20N, 116-10W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 158,600
31.Kasba Lake

(60-18N, 102-07W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 1575,900
32.Labrish Lake

(63-40N, 116-15W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15800
33.Lac La Martre

(63-20N, 118-00W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 1545,000
34.Little Crapeau Lake

(64-50N, 116-27W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,300
35.Markham Lake

(62-30N, 102-37W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 156,500
36.Mary Lake

(62-24N, 103-31W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 159,200
37.Mattberry Lake

(64-05N, 115-54W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 155,400
38.Mazenod Lake

(63-42N, 117-02W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,200
39.Mackay Lake

(63-55N, 110-25W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 1567,400
40.Mosher Lake

(63-06N, 115-26W)

Walleye114August 15 to October 151,100
41.Pauline Lake

(62-03N, 113-12W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15700
42.Plante Lake

(62-31N, 113-34W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15500
43.Porter Lake

(61-41N, 108-05W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 156,100
44.Prestige Lake

(62-57N, 113-39W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15500
45.Rebesca Lake

(64-32N, 116-22W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 153,700
46.Rivett Lake

(63-18N, 111-48W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,800
47.Ross Lake

(62-41N, 113-16W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 151,800
48.Saddle Lake

(63-54N, 116-31W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 155,100
49.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
50.Selwyn Lake

(60-05N, 104-25W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 1522,700
51.Slemon Lake

(63-13N, 116-01W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 152,700
52.Sparrow Lake

(62-37N, 113-40W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15900
53.Thistlethwaite Lake

(63-10N, 113-37W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 151,900
54.Upper Ross Lake

(62-43N, 113-08W)

Whitefish and Trout133August 15 to October 15600
55.Victory Lake

(62-40N, 113-05W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15800
56.Wecho Lake

(63-58N, 113-50W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 156,000
57.Wedge Lake

(62-51N, 113-41W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15600
58.Whitefish Lake

(62-41N, 106-48W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15300
59.Unnamed Lake

(62-32N, 113-48W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,000
60.Unnamed Lake

(62-45N, 114-05W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15800
61.Unnamed Lake

(62-45N, 114-07W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,400
62.Unnamed Lake

(63-16N, 116-15W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 15500
REGION IV — CENTRAL ARCTIC
1.Agnew River Area Ilaunnallic Bay

(70-40N, 92-40W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
2.Arrowsmith River

(68-23N, 90-17W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
2.1Back River

(67-15N, 95-15W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
3.Becher River

(68-45N, 90-08W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
4.Buffit Lake

(69-43N, 106-55W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,200
5.Casey Lake

(69-37N, 107-50W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 313,400
6.Coppermine River

(67-49N, 115-04W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31600
7.Curtis River (Committee Bay)

(67-12N, 87-28W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
8.Ekalluk Lake

(69-45N, 104-30W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 319,100
9.Ekalluk River

(69-25N, 106-17W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 3114,500
10.Ellice River

(68-03N, 104-00W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
11.Ferguson Lake

(69-25N, 105-30W)

Trout139April 1 to March 3111,200
12.Flying Horse Lake

(69-47N, 105-12W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 314,100
13.Halovik River (30 Mi. R.)

(69-10N, 107-04W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 316,800
13.1Hayes River

(67-08N, 95-17W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
14.Jayco River, Albert Edward Bay

(69-34N, 103-21W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 3113,600
15.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
16.Kagloryuak River

(70-18N, 111-24W)

Arctic char (searun)139September 1 to October 314,500
16.1Kaleet River

(67-40N, 97-11W)

Arctic cisco63April 1 to March 311,000
17.Keith Bay (Committee Bay)

(68-15N, 88-15W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
18.Kellett River

(68-21N, 90-07W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
19.Kitiga Lake

(69-15N, 105-40W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 316,400
20.Kulgayuk River (Dease Pt.)

(68-16N, 105-03W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 3111,400
21.Kuujjuar River, Minto Inlet Area

(71-16N, 116-48W)

Arctic char (searun)139September 1 to October 31600
22.Lauchlan River (Byron Bay)

(68-56N, 108-30W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
23.Lord Lindsay Lake

(70-10N, 92-25W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 313,000
24.Merkley Lake

(69-45N, 107-40W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 315,500
25.Murchison River

(68-35N, 93-30W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
26.Norway Bay River Area

(71-05N, 104-33W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
27.Paliryuak (Surrey) River

(69-27N, 106-40W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
28.Pangtium Lake

(69-42N, 106-22W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,100
29.Perry River

(67-43N, 102-10W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
30.Port Parry Area

(69-40N, 97-20W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
31.Shead Lake

(69-40N, 108-24W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 314,500
32.Simpson River

(67-48N, 100-45W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
33.Stanwell-Fletcher Lake

(72-39N, 94-41W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 316,800
34.Surrey Lake

(69-40N, 107-13W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 319,100
35.Tahoe Lake

(70-15N, 108-45W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 319,100
36.[Repealed, SOR/2011-194, s. 14]
37.Toassie Lake

(69-41N, 106-39W)

Whitefish and Arctic cisco139April 1 to March 31900
38.Washburn Lake

(70-05N, 107-30W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 3114,500
39.Wickware Lake

(69-48N, 108-25W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 314,100
40.Unnamed River, east of Ellice River

(67-53N, 103-07W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 3111,400
41.Unnamed River (Dease Pt.)

(68-16N, 104-58W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
42.Unnamed Lake

(68-55N, 104-53W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31800
43.Unnamed Lake

(68-57N, 104-17W)

Lake Trout, Whitefish and Arctic char (landlocked)139April 1 to March 312,700
44.Unnamed Lake

(68-57N, 104-45W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,000
45.Unnamed Lake

(68-57N, 104-58W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
46.Unnamed Lake

(69-00N, 104-22W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31600
47.Unnamed Lake

(69-01N, 104-38W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31300
48.Unnamed Lake

(69-02N, 103-17W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,100
49.Unnamed Lake

(69-03N, 104-47W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31400
50.Unnamed Lake

(69-04N, 103-01W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,600
51.Unnamed Lake

(69-04N, 103-14W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 312,200
52.Unnamed Lake

(69-04N, 103-55W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,500
53.Unnamed Lake

(69-04N, 104-20W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,400
54.Unnamed Lake

(69-04N, 104-47W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31400
55.Unnamed Lake

(69-05N, 104-10W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,800
56.Unnamed Lake

(69-05N, 104-40W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 312,100
57.Unnamed Lake

(69-06N, 103-40W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31800
58.Unnamed Lake

(69-06N, 104-00W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
59.Unnamed Lake

(69-06N, 104-40W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 312,100
60.Unnamed Lake

(69-07N, 104-50W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31300
61.Unnamed Lake

(69-09N, 102-57W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 312,600
62.Unnamed Lake

(69-09N, 104-10W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31400
63.Unnamed Lake

(69-09N, 104-42W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
64.Unnamed Lake

(69-09N, 105-20W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31800
65.Unnamed Lake

(69-11N, 103-55W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
66.Unnamed Lake

(69-11N, 105-24W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,400
67.Unnamed Lake

(69-12N, 103-50W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,500
68.Unnamed Lake

(69-12N, 104-44W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,100
69.Unnamed Lake

(69-14N, 103-31W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31700
70.Unnamed Lake

(69-14N, 104-05W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 313,200
71.Unnamed Lake

(69-14N, 105-18W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,400
72.Unnamed Lake

(69-15N, 104-35W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,000
73.Unnamed Lake

(69-15N, 104-44W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,400
74.Unnamed Lake

(69-15N, 105-07W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31800
75.Unnamed Lake

(69-17N, 104-05W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
76.Unnamed Lake

(69-16N, 104-06W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
77.Unnamed Lake

(69-16N, 105-05W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
78.Unnamed Lake

(69-17N, 104-42W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,100
79.Unnamed Lake

(69-18N, 104-52W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31300
80.Unnamed Lake

(69-17N, 104-45W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,200
81.Unnamed Lake

(69-19N, 104-57W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31300
82.Unnamed Lake

(69-22N, 103-10W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 312,300
83.Unnamed Lake

(69-22N, 105-05W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 313,200
84.Unnamed Lake

(69-23N, 103-49W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,100
85.Unnamed Lake

(69-23N, 103-57W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 312,500
86.Unnamed Lake

(69-24N, 104-01W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,200
87.Unnamed Lake

(69-28N, 104-06W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
88.Unnamed Lake

(69-29N, 104-02W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,400
89.Unnamed Lake

(69-31N, 105-47W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
90.Unnamed Lake

(69-32N, 106-01W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31600
91.Unnamed Lake

(69-33N, 104-05W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31700
92.Unnamed Lake

(69-33N, 104-35W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
93.Unnamed Lake

(69-33N, 105-37W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
94.Unnamed Lake

(69-33N, 105-46W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31300
95.Unnamed Lake

(69-33N, 105-50W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
96.Unnamed Lake

(69-33N, 106-58W)

Arctic char (landlocked)73April 1 to March 311,000
97.Unnamed Lake

(69-34N, 104-10W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31700
98.Unnamed Lake

(69-34N, 104-58W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
99.Unnamed Lake

(69-34N, 105-47W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,600
100.Unnamed Lake

(69-35N, 104-25W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 312,600
101.Unnamed Lake

(69-35N, 104-58W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
102.Unnamed Lake

(69-36N, 105-29W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31400
103.Unnamed Lake

(69-37N, 104-57W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31400
104.Unnamed Lake

(69-37N, 105-46W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
105.Unnamed Lake

(69-37N, 105-48W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
106.Unnamed Lake

(69-38N, 105-20W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
107.Unnamed Lake

(69-38N, 105-32W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
108.Unnamed Lake

(69-38N, 105-39W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,100
109.Unnamed Lake

(69-38N, 105-57W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31800
110.Unnamed Lake

(69-38N, 106-02W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31600
111.Unnamed Lake

(69-39N, 106-00W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31300
112.Unnamed Lake

(69-39N, 106-01W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31300
113.Unnamed Lake

(69-40N, 104-05W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 314,800
114.Unnamed Lake

(69-41N, 104-10W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31400
115.Unnamed Lake

(69-41N, 104-37W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
116.Unnamed Lake

(69-40N, 105-18W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31900
117.Unnamed Lake

(69-42N, 104-50W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,500
118.Unnamed Lake

(69-42N, 105-52W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31800
118.1Unnamed Lake

(69-42N, 106-25W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 319,100
119.Unnamed Lake

(69-43N, 104-07W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
120.Unnamed Lake

(69-43N, 105-27W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 312,100
121.Unnamed Lake

(69-43N, 105-42W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
122.Unnamed Lake

(69-43N, 105-47W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31900
123.Unnamed Lake

(69-45N, 104-00W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 316,100
124.Unnamed Lake

(69-45N, 104-20W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 313,500
125.Unnamed Lake

(69-48N, 104-12W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31800
126.Unnamed Lake

(69-48N, 104-59W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,200
127.Unnamed Lake

(69-50N, 104-00W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 317,700
128.Unnamed Lake

(69-50N, 104-07W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
129.Unnamed Lake

(69-52N, 104-06W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,100
130.Unnamed Lake

(69-52N, 104-15W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
131.Unnamed Lake

(69-53N, 104-20W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,000
132.Unnamed Lake

(69-53N, 104-26W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
133.Unnamed Lake

(69-55N, 104-08W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
134.Unnamed Lake

(69-55N, 105-06W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,400
135.Unnamed Lake

(69-56N, 104-15W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 311,800
136.Unnamed Lake

(69-57N, 104-00W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 314,800
137.Unnamed Lake

(69-57N, 104-10W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 314,300
138.Unnamed Lake

(69-57N, 104-20W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31700
139.Unnamed Lake

(69-57N, 104-29W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31700
140.Unnamed Lake

(69-58N, 104-12W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 31500
141.Unnamed Lake

(69-58N, 104-34W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 312,000
142.Unnamed River and Lake

(69-35N, 112-58W)

Arctic char (searun) and Lake trout139April 1 to March 31900
143.Unnamed River, Cape Adelaide Area, Nauyuak

(69-16N, 102-00W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
144.Unnamed River Collinson Peninsula

(69-56N, 101-25W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
REGION V — KEEWATIN
1.Alda Lake

(65-45N, 88-56W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
2.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
3.Baker Lake

(64-19N, 96-03W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 3122,700
4.Baker Foreland

(62-55N, 90-48W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
5.Banks Lake

(63-10N, 94-25W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,400
6.Baralzon Lake

(60-00N, 98-00W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 312,700
7.Belcher Islands Area

(56-15N, 78-45W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 31900
8.Bennett Bay, Wager Bay

(65-55N, 89-40W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
9.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
10.Blakely Lake

(63-18N, 94-55W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 31400
11.Boland Lake

(61-41N, 99-38W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 314,000
12.Bray Lake

(61-29N, 98-04W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 31700
13.Brown River

(65-55N, 90-55W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 316,800
13.1Button Bay (Churchill Area)

(58-45N, 94-23W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31500
14.Carr Lake

(62-05N, 95-45W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,000
14.1Casimir Lake

(61-30N, 102-45W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 1514,500
15.Charlie Lake

(60-00N, 100-35W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,700
16.Chesterfield Inlet (Fish Bay)

(63-19N, 90-45W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
17.Churchill River Area

(58-47N, 94-12W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31500
Whitefish139April 1 to March 31500
Cisco63April 1 to March 31500
18.Christie Lake

(66-49N, 87-10W)

Whitefish, Trout and Arctic char139April 1 to March 31900
19.Cleveland River

(65-13N, 84-48W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
20.Copperneedle River

(61-52N, 93-37W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
21.Corbett Inlet

(62-28N, 92-20W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
22.Cullaton Lake

(61-20N, 98-26W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 31800
23.de Bartok Lake

(60-14N, 99-00W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 318,000
24.Diana Lake

(62-58N, 92-45W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
25.Dubawnt Lake

(63-08N, 101-30W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 31214,000
26.East Point

(63-44N, 91-56W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,000
26.1Ecklund Lake

(62-28N, 102-59W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 1520,100
27.Elliot Lake

(61-05N, 99-27W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 319,300
28.Eskimo Point Area

(61-07N, 94-04W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
29.Ferguson River

(62-03N, 93-20W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 3113,600
30.Flett Lake

(60-25N, 104-09W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 1513,000
31.Garry Lake

(66-00N, 100-00W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 317,600
32.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
33.Gordon River

(64-31N, 87-49W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,100
34.Gore Bay

(66-19N, 84-24W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 313,600
35.Grant Lake

(63-38N, 100-30W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 312,600
36.Hanway River

(63-32N, 92-23W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
37.Haviland Bay Area

(66-31N, 85-25W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
38.Jenne Lake

(60-31N, 103-36W)

Whitefish and Trout139August 15 to October 151,000
39.Josephine River

(63-02N, 90-41W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
40.Kamarvik Creek

(64-45N, 87-29W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
41.Kaminak Lake

(62-10N, 95-00W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 3122,700
42.Kaminuriak Lake

(62-55N, 95-30W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 3145,500
43.Machum Lake

(63-15N, 92-35W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 31800
44.MacQuoid Lake

(63-25N, 94-40W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,000
45.Maguse River

(61-17N, 94-03W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
46.Mallery Lake

(63-55N, 98-25W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 3116,200
47.McAleese Lake

(60-19N, 98-38W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 313,800
48.Merles Harbour

(63-42N, 91-24W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
49.Mistake Bay

(62-10N, 92-57W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
50.North Henik Lake

(61-45N, 97-40W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 3114,000
51.North Pole River

(66-32N, 86-45W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
52.North Pole Lake

(66-37N, 86-53W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 31500
53.Nueltin Lake

(60-30N, 99-30W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 3175,800
54.O’Neil Lake

(62-27N, 95-17W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 31500
55.Parker Lake A

(63-30N, 95-15W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,900
56.Parker Lake B

(63-17N, 95-15W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,500
57.Peter Lake

(63-08N, 92-48W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 317,600
58.Piksimanik River (Douglas Harbour)

(65-38N, 88-24W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
59.Pistol Bay

(62-28N, 92-44W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
60.Pitz Lake

(64-00N, 96-45W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 312,300
61.Princess Mary Lake

(64-00N, 97-35W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 313,800
62.Quartzite Lake

(62-25N, 94-35W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 31900
63.Ranger Seal Bay

(63-45N, 91-42W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
64.Rankin Inlet Area

(62-45N, 92-05W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
65.Robinhood Bay

(63-45N, 92-02W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 316,800
66.Sandy Point

(61-44N, 93-15W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
67.Savage Lake

(62-24N, 95-20W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 31300
68.Schultz Lake

(64-45N, 97-30W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 313,000
69.Snowbank River

(65-53N, 86-22W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
70.South Henik Lake

(61-30N, 97-30W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 3128,800
71.Steep Bank Bay

(63-36N, 91-37W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
72.Stoney Point Area

(63-51N, 92-48W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 316,800
73.Tebesjuak Lake

(63-40N, 99-00W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 3137,900
74.Tehek Lake

(64-55N, 95-38W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 313,800
75.Thomsen River

(65-31N, 85-15W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,200
76.Wallace River

(61-37N, 93-41W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
77.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
78.Whitehills Lake

(64-35N, 96-00W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,400
79.Wilson Bay

(62-18N, 92-53W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 3110,000
80.Windy Lake

(60-20N, 100-02W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 3118,300
81.Unnamed River

(61-33N, 93-50W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
82.Unnamed River

(61-57N, 93-22W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
83.Unnamed River

(63-32N, 92-35W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 316,800
84.Unnamed River

(63-32N, 92-50W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 316,800
85.Unnamed River (Wager Bay)

(65-15N, 87-41W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
86.Unnamed Lake (Repulse Bay Area)

(66-43N, 87-03W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,400
87.Unnamed Lake (Repulse Bay Area)

(66-51N, 87-17W)

Whitefish and Trout139April 1 to March 311,100
88.Unnamed River (Big River, Barbour Bay)

(63-32N, 92-27W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
REGION VI — BAFFIN-HIGH ARCTIC
1.Adams Island Lake and River

(71-24N, 73-13W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31700
2.Amadjuak Lake

(65-00N, 71-00W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
3.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
4.Ayr Lake

(70-24N, 70-15W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 316,800
5.Blandford Bay River

(63-35N, 71-11W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
6.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
7.Cape Adair Lake and River

(71-30N, 71-55W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
8.Circle Lake

(66-32N, 64-10W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 313,400
9.Clyde Inlet

(69-50N, 70-30W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
10.Cockburn River

(70-26N, 78-41W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 315,000
11.Coutts Inlet Area

(71-43N, 76-02W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
12.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
13.Duart Lake and River Dexterity Fjord

(71-20N, 72-47W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31700
14.Eqe Bay Area

(69-40N, 76-25W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
15.Erichsen Lake

(70-40N, 80-41W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 319,100
16.Feachem Bay Lake and River

(71-53N, 74-20W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
17.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
18.Gifford River

(70-19N, 83-03W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 313,600
19.Hall Lake

(68-41N, 82-17W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 3111,400
20. and 21. [Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
21.1Ijaruvung Lake

(66-43N, 67-46W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,000
21.2Ikaluit Lake (Robert Peel Inlet)

(65-02N, 67-07W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,400
21.3Ikaluit River (Tay Sound)

(71-58N, 79-15W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,400
21.4Ikalukjuak Lake and River

(66-25N, 66-29W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,400
21.5Ikikeesarjuk Lake

(71-12N, 87-22W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,000
21.6Ikpik River and Lake Gillian

(69-30N, 75-30W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 313,200
21.7Ikpikiturjuaq Lake

(70-21N, 78-24W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,100
21.8Iqalujjuaq Fjord

(65-43N, 64-51W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,400
22.Irvine Inlet McKeand River Area

(65-30N, 68-00W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
23.Isortog River

(70-00N, 76-59W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 315,000
23.1Kangisuajuq Lake

(64-40N, 73-21W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,700
24.Kingnait Fjord

(66-15N, 64-22W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
25.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
26.Kukaluk River

(70-13N, 81-57W)

Arctic char (searun or landlocked)139April 1 to March 313,600
26.1Kuutannak River

(69-55N, 67-13W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,400
27.Lethbridge Lake and River

(71-02N, 73-55W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,400
27.1Magda River

(71-39N, 84-37W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,000
28.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
29.Neergaard Lake

(70-24N, 79-35W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 314,500
30.Newton Fjord Area

(63-07N, 66-07W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
31.Nettilling Lake

(66-30N, 70-55W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 3122,700
32.Nudlung Fjord

(68-21N, 67-27W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
33.Okalik Bay

(64-01N, 65-11W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
33.1Opingivik Lake

(65-14N, 67-22W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,000
34.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
35.Padle Fjord Area

(66-47N, 63-47W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 313,600
36.Padloping Island Area

(67-03N, 62-45W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
37.Paquet Bay River and Lake

(71-38N, 77-20W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
38.Phillips Creek

(71-53N, 80-58W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,800
39.Piling Lake and River

(69-00N, 75-00W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,800
40.Port Burwell Area

(60-25N, 64-50W)

Cod139April 1 to March 3145,500
41.Qualluatik Lake

(65-45N, 65-07W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31700
42.Ravn River

(70-28N, 79-30W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 315,000
43.Rowley River

(70-15N, 77-47W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 314,500
44.Sam Ford Fjord Area

(70-25N, 71-40W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 313,600
44.1Sapugaarjuk River

(70-11N, 80-40W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 314,500
45.Saputing River and Lake

(70-48N, 84-59W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 319,100
45.1Tarrionituk Lake

(66-20N, 68-00W)

Arctic char (searun or landlocked)139April 1 to March 314,500
46.Tarsiujuak Arm River and Lake

(70-35N, 79-03W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,800
47.Tasialojuak Lake

(66-40N, 68-46W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 314,500
47.1Tinitonito Lake

(64-40N, 73-58W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 315,500
48.Tugaat River and Lake

(72-04N, 80-21W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,400
49.Tundra Lake

(66-36N, 64-08W)

Arctic char (landlocked)63April 1 to March 312,300
50.Whyte Lake and River

(70-08N, 84-47W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
51.Unnamed River

(63-26N, 71-32W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
52.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
53.Unnamed River (NE of Kekertelung Island)

(66-25N, 66-30W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 312,300
54. to 58. [Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]
59.Unnamed River Dexterity Ford

(72-12N, 73-03W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 311,400
60.Unnamed River and Lake Kentra Bay

(71-19N, 74-19W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31500
61.Unnamed Lake and River

(71-21N, 73-42W)

Arctic char (searun)139April 1 to March 31900
62.[Revoked, SOR/91-428, s. 5]

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES FISHERY REGULATIONS — SCHEDULE V — COMMERCIAL FISHING REGIONS

Map displaying six commercial fishing regions.
  • SOR/78-720, s. 2;
  • SOR/81-468, s. 11;
  • SOR/91-428, s. 5;
  • SOR/98-388, s. 2;
  • SOR/2011-194, ss. 1 to 18.

SCHEDULE VI(Sections 28 and 29)

SPORT FISHING DAILY CATCH AND POSSESSION LIMITS

ItemColumn IColumn IIColumn IIIColumn IV
Species of FishWatersDaily Catch LimitPossession Limit
1.Arctic char(1) Hornaday River and its tributaries(1) 1(1) 1
(2) All waters of the Coppermine River upstream from Bloody Falls at 67°43′N, 115°21′W(2) 1(2) 1
(3) Greiner Lake and Freshwater Creek and their tributaries and the waters of Cambridge Bay, north and west of a line drawn from a point at 69°05′N, 105°04′W to a point at 69°06′10″N, 105°02′W(3) 1(3) 1
(4) Meliadine River and its tributaries, Meliadine Lake and the waters of Prairie Bay within 8 km of the Meliadine River at 62°52′N and 92°06′W(4) 2(4) 4
(5) Diana River and its tributaries, Diana Lake, Peter Lake and the waters of Rankin Inlet within 8 km of the mouth of the Diana River at 62°50′N, 29°24′W(5) 2(5) 4
(6) Tree River at 67°40′40″N, 111°52′27″W (NAD 84)(6) 1(6) 2
(7) Sylvia Grinnell Lake and Sylvia Grinnell River and their tributaries and the waters of Frobisher Bay within 8 km of the mouth of the Sylvia Grinnell River at 63°44′N, 68°34′W(7) 1(7) 1
(8) All other waters of the Northwest Territories(8) 4(8) 7
2.Arctic grayling(1) Mackenzie River and its tributaries lying between the lines of longitude at 116°W and 118°W(1) 1(1) 1
(2) All waters within the Gwich'in Settlement Area, Inuvialuit Settlement Region and Sahtu Settlement Area excluding the Great Bear Lake Special Management Area(2) 5(2) 10
(3) All other waters of the Northwest Territories(3) 3(3) 5
3.Brook troutAll waters of the Northwest Territories35
4.Bull troutAll waters of the Northwest Territories23
5.BurbotAll waters of the Northwest Territories510
6.CiscoesAll waters of the Northwest Territories350350
7.Dolly VardenAll waters of the Northwest Territories47
8.GoldeyeAll waters of the Northwest Territories510
9.Inconnu(1) Great Slave Lake and its tributaries(1) 1(1) 2
(2) All other waters of the Northwest Territories(2) 5(2) 10
10.Lake trout(1) Great Bear Lake, including all of the Camsell River upstream to White Eagle Falls and all other tributaries to Great Bear Lake from their mouths to 1 km upstream(1) 1(1) 2
(2) Great Slave Lake, including all tributaries from their mouths to 1 km upstream(2) 2(2) 3
(3) All other waters of the Northwest Territories(3) 3(3) 5
11.Northern pike(1) Great Bear Lake, including all of the Camsell River upstream to White Eagle Falls and all other tributaries to Great Bear Lake from their mouths to 1 km upstream(1) 3(1) 5
(2) Mackenzie River including tributaries lying between the lines of longitude at 116°W and 118°W(2) 1(2) 2
(3) All other waters of the Northwest Territories(3) 5(3) 10
12.Rainbow troutAll waters of the Northwest Territories35
13.Suckers (all species)All waters of the Northwest Territoriesno limitno limit
14.Walleye(1) Mosquito Creek and waters of Great Slave Lake within 1 km of the mouth of Mosquito Creek (62°42′N, 116°04′W)(1) 3(1) 5
(2) All other waters of the Northwest Territories(2) 5(2) 10
15.Lake, Broad and Round WhitefishAll other waters of the Northwest Territories1020
  • SOR/78-369, s. 4;
  • SOR/79-485, s. 13;
  • SOR/81-119, s. 12;
  • SOR/85-713, s. 1;
  • SOR/88-256, ss. 1, 2;
  • SOR/91-428, s. 6;
  • SOR/91-481, s. 7;
  • SOR/2004-38, s. 6;
  • SOR/2005-108, s. 6.

SCHEDULE VII(Subsection 5(7))

CLOSE TIMES

ItemColumn IColumn IIColumn IIIColumn IV
WatersSpecies of FishClose TimeMethod of Fishing
1.Providence Creek (Latitude 61°15′N., Longitude 117°34′W.)All speciesApril 15 — May 30Sport fishing
2.Yellowknife River between Prosperous Lake (Latitude 62°39′N., Longitude 114°15′W.) and Bluefish LakeAll speciesSeptember 1 — September 30Sport fishing
3.[Repealed, SOR/2009-83, s. 2]
4.The waters found in that portion of the Mackenzie River Delta set out in Area VI of Part II of Schedule IIAll speciesAugust 1 — August 31Gillnets
5.Mosquito Creek and the waters of Great Slave Lake within 1 km of the mouth of Mosquito Creek at 62°42′N., 116°04′W.All speciesMay 1 — June 30Sport fishing
6.Sylvia Grinnell Lake and Sylvia Grinnell River and their tributaries and the waters of Frobisher Bay within 8 km of the mouth of the Sylvia Grinnell River at 63°44′N., 68°34′W.All speciesJune 1 — June 30Gill nets
7.Rat River (Latitude 67°43′35″N., Longitude 136°15′39″W.), Husky Channel between Latitude 67°36′52″N., Longitude 134°51′30″W. and Latitude 68°08′03″N., Longitude 135°16′14″W. and Peel Channel between Latitude 68°07′51″N., Longitude 135°16′9″W. and Latitude 68°13′2″N., Longitude 135°05′35″W.All speciesAugust 7 — September 15Sport fishing
8.Baker Creek (Latitude 62°29′10″N., Longitude 114°21′36″W.)All speciesApril 15 — June 15Sport fishing
  • SOR/81-119, s. 13;
  • SOR/82-425, s. 1;
  • SOR/87-508, s. 6;
  • SOR/88-256, s. 3;
  • SOR/91-447, s. 3;
  • SOR/2009-83, ss. 2, 3;
  • SOR/2012-185, s. 1.

SCHEDULE VIII(Subsection 2(1) and paragraphs 27(2)(a) and 38(4)(a))SPECIAL MANAGEMENT AREAS

  • 1. Great Bear Lake, including all of Camsell River upstream to White Eagle Falls and all other tributary streams to Great Bear Lake from their mouths to 1 km upstream

  • SOR/91-481, s. 8.