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Ontario Fishery Regulations, 1989 (SOR/89-93)

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Ontario Fishery Regulations, 1989

SOR/89-93

FISHERIES ACT

Registration 1989-01-27

Regulations Respecting Fishing in the Province of Ontario

P.C. 1989-68 1989-01-27

Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, pursuant to sections 43Footnote * and 79 of the Fisheries Act, is pleased hereby to revoke the Ontario Fishery Regulations, C.R.C., c. 849, and to make the annexed Regulations respecting fishing in the Province of Ontario in substitution therefor.

Short Title

 These Regulations may be cited as the Ontario Fishery Regulations, 1989.

Interpretation

 In these Regulations, Division means a Division of the waters of Ontario as enumerated and described in Schedule IV.

  • SOR/90-229, s. 1
  • SOR/94-295, s. 1
  • SOR/95-589, s. 1
  • SOR/99-105, s. 1
  • SOR/2001-50, s. 1
  • SOR/2004-63, s. 1
  • SOR/2005-26, s. 1
  • SOR/2007-237, s. 45

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PARTS I TO IV.1[Repealed, SOR/2007-237, s. 46]

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PART V[Repealed, SOR/2003-417, s. 1]

SCHEDULE I

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SCHEDULE II

[Repealed, SOR/2007-237, s. 47]

SCHEDULE III

[Repealed, SOR/2007-237, s. 47]

SCHEDULE IV(Section 2)Division of Waters

DIVISION 1

  • 1 The waters of the Detroit River, Lake St. Clair, and the St. Clair River.

DIVISION 2

  • 2 The waters of Lake Erie and the Niagara River, upstream of Niagara Falls.

DIVISION 3

  • 3 The waters in the counties of Elgin, Essex, Kent, Lambton, Middlesex and the regional municipalities of Haldimand-Norfolk and Niagara, excepting the waters described in Divisions 1, 2 and 8.

DIVISION 4

  • 4 The waters in the counties of Brant, Bruce, Dufferin, Grey, Huron, Oxford, Perth, Simcoe and Wellington; in the regional municipalities of Halton, Hamilton-Wentworth, Peel, Waterloo and York; in the City of Toronto; the Severn River system in the Regional Municipality of Muskoka; excepting the part of Dalrymple Lake, in the geographic Township of Mara, in the County of Simcoe and the waters described in Divisions 5, 8 and 16.

DIVISION 5

  • 5 The waters of Lake Simcoe in the County of Simcoe and in the regional municipalities of Durham and York and the waters of the Beaver River (formerly known as the Beaverton River) and its tributaries in the geographic Township of Brock, in the Regional Municipality of Durham, extending upstream from Lake Simcoe to the first dam.

DIVISION 6

  • 6 The waters in the County of Victoria excepting that part lying north and east of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the east boundary of the said county and its intersection with the centreline of Highway 503; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway 35; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the east boundary of the said county.

    The waters in the County of Peterborough lying south of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Methuen; THENCE westerly along the south boundary of the said township to its intersection with the centreline of Peterborough County Road 46; THENCE southerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of County Road 44; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of County Road 6; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Burleigh Township Road, commonly known as Northey’s Bay Road; THENCE westerly and northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway 28 at the Hamlet of Woodview; THENCE southwesterly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway 36; THENCE westerly and northerly along the said centreline to the west boundary of the said county; excepting that part of Crow Lake in the geographic Township of Belmont.

    The waters in the County of Northumberland excepting the waters described in Division 8; the waters in the Regional Municipality of Durham excepting the waters of the Beaver River (formerly known as the Beaverton River) and its tributaries in the geographic Township of Brock, extending upstream from Lake Simcoe to the first dam, and excepting waters described in Division 8; the waters of the Talbot River, its tributaries and the Trent Canal system in the geographic Township of Brock, in the Regional Municipality of Durham and in the geographic Township of Mara, in the County of Simcoe; together with that part of Dalrymple Lake in the geographic Township of Mara, in the County of Simcoe excepting that part of the Trent River downstream of the Trent-Severn waterway Lock 9 at the head of Percy Reach to the boundary between the counties of Northumberland and Hastings.

DIVISION 7

  • 7 The waters in the County of Hastings lying south of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the east boundary of the said county and its intersection with the centreline of Weslemkoon Lake Road; THENCE westerly and southerly following the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 62; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the south boundary of the geographic Township of Limerick; THENCE westerly along the said south boundary to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Wollaston; THENCE westerly along the southern boundary of the said township to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Methuen in the County of Peterborough; THENCE westerly along the northern boundry of said Township to its intersection with the centreline of Peterborough County Road 46; THENCE southerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the southern boundary of the geographic Township of Methuen; THENCE easterly along the said boundary to the west boundary of the County of Hastings; THENCE southerly along the said boundary including that part of Crowe Lake in the geographic Township of Belmont in the County of Peterborough and that part of the Trent River in the County of Northumberland lying downstream of the Trent-Severn Waterway Lock 9 at the head of Percy Reach to the boundary between the counties of Northumberland and Hastings; THENCE southerly, easterly and northerly along the boundary of Hastings County to the place of beginning; EXCEPTING the waters of Steenburg Lake; and EXCEPTING the waters described in Division 8; and including the waters of Grimsthorpe Lake in the Counties of Hastings and Lennox and Addington.

DIVISION 8

  • 8 The waters of Lake Ontario including the Niagara River downstream of Niagara Falls, the North Channel, and the Bay of Quinte; the waters in the County of Prince Edward; in that part of the Trent River south of dam Number 1; in that part of the Moira River south of the first dam, in the City of Belleville, upstream from Lake Ontario; in that part of the Salmon River south of the Shannonville Dam; in that part of the Napanee River south of the dam in the Town of Napanee; in that part of Millhaven Creek downstream of the first dam; and in that part of Lake Ontario lying west of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the Township of Ernestown in the County of Lennox and Addington; THENCE in a southwesterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Brother Islands; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most easterly extremity of Amherst Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most southwesterly extremity of Simcoe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Bell Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Long Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Bear Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE south 45° east astronomically to the intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the United States.

DIVISION 9

  • 9 The waters in the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton; in the United Counties of Prescott and Russell; in the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry; in that part of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville lying east of the west boundary of the Township of Augusta and north and east of the south and west boundaries respectively of the Township of Wolford; in that part of the County of Frontenac lying southerly of the centreline of Highway Number 7, excepting the waters of Opinicon Lake in the townships of Bedford and Storrington and excepting the waters of Wolfe Lake in the Township of Bedford; in that part of the County of Lennox and Addington lying southerly of the centreline of Highway Number 7; the Rideau River lying between the east boundary of the Town of Smiths Falls and the east boundary of the Township of Montague, in the County of Lanark; excepting the waters described in Divisions 11, 12 and 12A.

DIVISION 10

  • 10 The waters in the County of Lanark excepting the Rideau River lying between the east boundary of the Town of Smiths Falls and the east boundary of the Township of Montague; in that part of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville lying west of the west boundary of the Township of Augusta and south and west of the south and west boundaries respectively of the Township of Wolford; including the waters of Opinicon Lake, Wolfe Lake and Silver Lake in the County of Frontenac; including the waters of White Lake, Brook Lake, Clyde Lake and Bartraw Lake in the County of Renfrew; and excepting the waters described in Division 11.

DIVISION 11

  • 11 The waters of the St. Lawrence River lying between the easterly boundary of the dam at the site of the Robert H. Saunders Generating Station; the waters in that part of the Cataraqui River (Rideau Canal) downstream of Kingston Mills Road (County Road 21) in the City of Kingston; and a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the Township of Ernestown in the County of Lennox and Addington; THENCE in a southwesterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Brother Islands; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most easterly extremity of Amherst Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most southwesterly extremity of Simcoe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Bell Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Long Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE in a southeasterly direction in a straight line to the most westerly extremity of Bear Point on Wolfe Island; THENCE south 45° east astronomically to the intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the United States.

DIVISION 12

  • 12 The waters of the Ottawa River lying south of the dam situated in Temiscamingue, Quebec.

DIVISION 12A

  • 12.1 The waters of the St. Lawrence River, including Lake St. Francis, lying between the easterly side of the dam at the site of the Robert H. Saunders Generating Station and the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec.

DIVISION 13

  • 13 The waters in Algonquin Provincial Park excepting that part of the York River lying southerly of High Falls in the Township of Bruton.

DIVISION 14

  • 14 The waters in the Territorial District of Kenora lying north of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the water’s edge along the westerly shore of James Bay with the parallel of Latitude 54°00′N.; THENCE west along that parallel to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 89°00′W.; THENCE in a straight line to the point of intersection of the meridian of Longitude 91°30′W. with the parallel of Latitude 55°00′N.; THENCE northwesterly along the production of that straight line to its intersection with the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba; EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters of an unnamed lake located at Latitude 54°00′N., Longitude 86°15′W.

DIVISION 15

  • 15 The waters in the County of Renfrew excepting the waters described in divisions 10 and 12; the Madawaska River in the Township of North Canonto, in the County of Frontenac; in the County of Hastings north of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the east boundary of the said county and its intersection with the centreline of Weslemkoon Lake Road; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 62; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the south boundary of the Township of Limerick; THENCE westerly along the said boundary to the southeast corner of the Township of Wollaston; THENCE westerly along the south boundary of the said township to the western limit of the said county; INCLUDING the waters of Steenburg Lake and the geographic Township of Tudor in the County of Hastings.

    The waters in the County of Peterborough north of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the Township of Chandos; THENCE westerly along the boundary between the geographic townships of Chandos and Methuen to its intersection with the centreline of Peterborough County Road Number 46; THENCE southerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Peterborough County Road Number 44; THENCE northerly and westerly along the said centreline to the intersection with the centreline of Peterborough County Road Number 6; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Burleigh Township Road, commonly known as Northey’s Bay Road; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 28 at the Hamlet of Woodview; THENCE southwesterly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 36; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to the west boundary of the said county.

    The waters in the County of Victoria north and east of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the east boundary of the said county and its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 503; THENCE westerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 35; THENCE northerly along the said centreline to its intersection with the east boundary of the said county.

    The waters in the County of Haliburton excepting Algonquin Provincial Park as described in Division 13; in the District Municipality of Muskoka excepting the Severn River system and excepting waters described in Division 16; in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, excepting Lake Nipissing as described in Division 27 and excepting the waters described in Division 16; in the Territorial District of Manitoulin excepting the waters of Lake Huron, Georgian Bay, the North Channel and Manitoulin Island as described in divisions 2, 16, 17 and 28, respectively; in the geographic Township of Spragge, in the Territorial District of Algoma, south of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the west boundary of the said township with the water’s edge of the North Channel of Lake Huron; THENCE northerly along the said west boundary to its intersection with the centreline of Highway Number 17; THENCE easterly along the said centreline to the east boundary of the said township; EXCEPTING the waters described in Division 2.

    The waters in the Territorial District of Sudbury south of the centreline of Highway Number 17 excepting the waters described in divisions 2, 16 and 27; in the Territorial District of Nipissing south of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the water’s edge along the westerly bank of the Ottawa River with a line drawn east astronomically from the intersection of Highway Number 17 with Highway Number 533; THENCE west astronomically to the aforementioned intersection; THENCE westerly along the centreline of Highway Number 17 to its intersection with the west boundary of the geographic Township of Kirkpatrick; EXCEPTING Lake Nipissing as described in Division 27; EXCEPTING Algonquin Provincial Park as described in Division 13.

DIVISION 16

  • 16 The waters of the Nottawasaga River in the Town of Wasaga Beach, in the County of Simcoe, lying between the northerly edge of Main Street Bridge and the water’s edge of Nottawasaga Bay of Georgian Bay and the waters of Georgian Bay being that part of Lake Huron lying east of a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the most northerly point in the water’s edge along the shore of Cape Hurd on Bruce Peninsula; THENCE northwesterly in a straight line to the most southerly point on the water’s edge along the shore of Hungerford Point on Manitoulin Island; THENCE in a general northerly direction following that water’s edge to the most easterly point thereon along the shore of Meshkodeyang Point; THENCE easterly in a straight line to the most southwesterly point in the water’s edge along the shore of Northwest Burnt Island; THENCE in a general northerly direction following that water’s edge to the most northerly point thereon; THENCE northerly in a straight line to the most southerly point on the water’s edge along the shore of Evans Point on Badgeley Island; THENCE in a general easterly and northeasterly direction following the water’s edge along the southerly and easterly shore of Badgeley Island to the most northwesterly point thereon; THENCE north astronomically to the water’s edge along the southeasterly shore of Badgeley Point.

    EXCEPTING the waters of Matchedash Bay in the Township of Tay, in the County of Simcoe, lying easterly of the westerly limit of the right-of-way of Highway Number 69.

DIVISION 17

  • 17 The waters of the North Channel of Lake Huron, lying northerly and easterly of the international boundary between Canada and the United States, Cockburn Island and Manitoulin Island in the Territorial District of Maintoulin to the west boundary of Division 16, including the waters of False Detour Channel lying between Drummond Island and Cockburn Island, and the waters of the St. Marys River downstream from the gates of the Compensating Works, from the lower lock of the Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site of Canada, and from the outflow of the Hydro-electric Power Generation Station, at the city of Sault Ste. Marie, excepting the waters of St. Joseph Island.

DIVISION 18

  • 18 The waters of the Territorial Districts of Algoma, Sudbury, Timiskaming and Nipissing within the area described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Quebec at its intersection with the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Casey; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Casey, Harley, Kerns, Henwood, Cane, Barber, Willet and Roadhouse to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Corkill; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Corkill and Charters to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Ray; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Leckie to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Leckie and Dufferin to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Stull; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Townships of Stull, Valin and Cotton to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Cotton; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Cotton, McNamara, Frechette, Scotia, Onaping, Dublin, Battersby, Breadner, Specht, Earl, Ivy, Gladwin, Fulton and McKeough to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of McKeough; THENCE northerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic Townships of McKeough and Guindon to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Eaton; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Eaton, Dukszta, Drea, Deans, Cassidy and Carruthers to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Carruthers; THENCE northerly along the westerly boundary of that township to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Patenaude; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Patenaude, Neill, Moggy and Moen to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Moen; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Townships of McParland, Hallett, Emiry, Behmann, Wawia, Shawkence and Recollet to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Recollet; THENCE westerly along the northerly boundary of that township to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Nadjiwon; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to its intersection with the parallel of Latitude 48°00′N.; THENCE westerly along that parallel to its intersection with the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Groseilliers; THENCE southerly along the westerly boundary of that township to its intersection with the water’s edge of Lake Superior; THENCE in a general westerly and southwesterly direction along the water’s edge and northerly limit of Lake Superior, the St. Mary’s River, the North Channel of Georgian Bay and the Spanish River to its intersection with the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Shedden; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to its intersection with the centreline of Highway 17; THENCE easterly along that centreline to its intersection with the centreline of Highway 533; THENCE in a northerly direction from the point of intersection of the centrelines of Highways 17 and 533 across the Mattawa River to the shore of the Ottawa River; THENCE northwesterly along the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Ottawa River to its intersection with the northerly face of the dam at Highway 63; THENCE easterly along the northerly face of the dam to its intersection with the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Quebec; THENCE northerly along the interprovincial boundary to the point of beginning including St. Joseph Island in the Territorial District of Algoma; EXCEPTING the waters of Lake Temagami as described in Division 26.

DIVISION 19

  • 19 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Algoma, Cochrane, Sudbury and Temiskaming described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Casey at the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Casey, Harley, Kerns, Henwood, Cane, Barber, Willet, and Roadhouse; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Corkill to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Corkill and Charters to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Charters; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Ray to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Leckie to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Leckie to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Leckie and Dufferin to the northeast corner of the geographic Township of Stull; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic Townships of Stull, Valin and Cotton to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Cotton; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Cotton, McNamara, Frechette, Scotia, Onaping, Dublin, Battersby, Breadner, Specht, Earl, Ivy, Gladwin, Fulton and McKeough to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of McKeough; THENCE northerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic Townships of McKeough and Guidon to the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Guidon; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Eaton, Duksyta, Drea, Deans, Cassidy and Carruthers; THENCE northerly along the westerly limit of the geographic Township of Carruthers to the northwest corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Patenaude, Neill, Moggy and Moen to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Moen at the easterly limit of the Territorial District of Algoma; THENCE northerly along the easterly limit to its intersection with the 48th parallel; THENCE westerly along the 48th parallel to the westerly limit of the Territorial District of Algoma; THENCE southerly along the limit of the high-water mark of Lake Superior; THENCE northerly along that high-water mark to the confluence with the westerly shore of the Pic River; THENCE northerly along the high-water mark of the westerly shore of the Pic River to the intersection of the centre line of that part of the road running easterly to the Village of Caramat; THENCE northwesterly along the centre line of Secondary Highway 625 to the intersection with the centre line of Highway ll; THENCE easterly along that centre line to the intersection with the high-water mark of the westerly shore of the Otosawian River; THENCE northeasterly along that high-water mark to the intersection with the centre line of the old main line of the Canadian National Railway; THENCE easterly along the centre line of the Canadian National Railway line to the 50th parallel; THENCE easterly along that parallel to its intersection with the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; THENCE southerly along the interprovincial boundary to the high-water mark of the northerly shore of Lake Timiskaming; THENCE southerly and westerly along that shore to the place of beginning.

DIVISION 20

  • 20 The waters in the territorial districts of Cochrane, Kenora and Thunder Bay within the area described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the centreline of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way with the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Bicknell; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the northerly boundary of that township to the northwest corner thereof; THENCE north astronomic to the intersection with the parallel of Latitude 54°00′N.; THENCE west along that parallel to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 89°00′W.; THENCE south along that meridian to its intersection with the parallel of Latitude 51°00′N.; THENCE east along that parallel to its intersection with a line drawn north astronomic from the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Gzowski; THENCE south along that line to the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Gzowski; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that township to its intersection with the centreline of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way; THENCE easterly along that centreline to its intersection with the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Nakina; THENCE northerly along the westerly boundary of that township to the northwest corner thereof; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of that township to its intersection with the water’s edge of the main body of Cordingley Lake; THENCE northeasterly, easterly and southwesterly along the water’s edge of that lake to its intersection with the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Nakina; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE southerly along the eastern boundary of that township to its intersection with the water’s edge of Lower Twin Lake; THENCE northeasterly, southeasterly and southwesterly along the water’s edge of that lake to its intersection with the easterly boundary of the Township of Nakina; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that township to its intersection with the centreline of the Canadian National Railway right-of-way; THENCE easterly along that centreline and the centreline of the road bed of the former right-of-way of the Canadian National Railway to the place of beginning; together with the waters of the following lakes: Deeds Lake (50°22′N., 87°28′W.), Phillips Lake (50°28′N., 87°38′W.), Makoki Lake (50°43′N., 87°38′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 51°00′N., Longitude 87°42′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 51°00′N., Longitude 88°23′W., Jog Lake (50°24′N., 85°20′W.), Napken Lake (51°52′N., 85°20′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°21′N., Longitude 85°20′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°23′N., Longitude 85°20′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°26′N., 85°20′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 54°00′N., Longitude 86°15′W., Patte Lake (51°28′N., 89°00′W.), Shabaskwai Lake (51°15′N., 89°00′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°19′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°27′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°35′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°42′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°42′N., Longitude 89°00′W.and excluding the waters of Wunnumin Lake situated at approximate Latitude 52°55′N., Longitude 89°10′W.

DIVISION 21

  • 21 The waters in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the westerly boundary of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay with the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; THENCE in a general easterly direction along the international boundary to its intersection with a line drawn south astronomic from the intersection of the water’s edge and northerly limit of the Pigeon River with the water’s edge and northwesterly limit of Lake Superior; THENCE north along that line to its intersection with the water’s edge and northwesterly limit of Lake Superior; THENCE in a general northeasterly direction along the water’s edge and northwesterly and northerly limit of Lake Superior to its intersection with the water’s edge and easterly limit of the Nipigon River; THENCE northerly along the water’s edge and easterly limit of the Nipigon River, Helen Lake and Jessie Lake to the intersection with the northerly face of the dam at the outlet of Forgan Lake; THENCE northwesterly along the face of the dam to the water’s edge on the westerly shore of Forgan Lake; THENCE in a general northwesterly and northeasterly direction along the water’s edge of Forgan Lake and Nipigon Lake to its intersection with the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Pikitigushi River; THENCE northerly along the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Pikitigushi River to its intersection with the centreline of the Canadian National Railway Right of Way; THENCE westerly along that centreline to its intersection with the water’s edge on the westerly shore of the Allan Water River; THENCE southeasterly in a straight line to the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Brightsand River where it intersects the water’s edge and easterly limit of the Allan Water River; THENCE in a general southeasterly direction along the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Brightsand River, McEwen Lake, Antler Lake, Wapikaimaski Lake, Harmon Lake, Brightsand Lake, Metionga Lake, Little Metionga Lake and Moberley Lake to its intersection with the easterly boundary of Block No. 6 of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway grant; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that Block to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the southerly boundary of that Block to the southwest corner thereof; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay to the place of beginning; together with the waters of Hawk Lake (49°11′N., 91°57′W.), Mosher Lake (48°59′N., 90°55′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°00′N., Longitude 90°58′W., Nemiman Lake (48°56′N., 90°59′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°56′N., Longitude 90°58′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°56′N., Longitude 90°58′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°52′N., Longitude 90°57′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°51′N., Longitude 90°58′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°49′N., Longitude 90°58′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°47′N., Longitude 90°57′W., Boundary Lake (48°44′N., 90°58′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°41′N., Longitude 90°58′W., Little Trout Lake (48°39′N., 90°57′W.), Tilly Lake (48°38′N., 90°57′W.), Ross Lake (48°22′N., 90°56′W.), Bitchu Lake (48°19′N., 90°57′W.) and Smally Lake (48°19′N., 90°58′W.); EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters of Division 32 and Selwyn Lake (50°02′N., 85°38′W.).

DIVISION 22

  • 22 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Rainy River, Kenora and Thunder Bay lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the seventh base line with the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba; THENCE southerly along the interprovincial boundary to its intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; THENCE in a general southwesterly direction along the international boundary to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 92°30′W.; THENCE north along that meridian to its intersection with the water’s edge of Wild Potato Lake; THENCE in a general westerly direction along the water’s edge and southerly limit of Wild Potato Lake to its intersection with the southerly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A; THENCE in a general easterly direction along the southern boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A to its intersection with the water’s edge of Partridge Crop Lake; THENCE easterly along the water’s edge and southerly limit of Partridge Crop Lake and the Seine River to its intersection with the southerly limit of Highway Number 11; THENCE easterly along that southerly limit to its intersection with a line drawn south astronomic from the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Bennett; THENCE north along that line to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Bennett; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE north astronomic to the intersection with the third base line; THENCE westerly along that base line to its intersection with the fifth meridian line; THENCE northerly along that meridian line to its intersection with a line drawn west astronomic from the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Grummett; THENCE east along that line to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Grummett; THENCE easterly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Grummett, Cathcart, McNevin and Corman to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Corman; THENCE northerly along the westerly boundary of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay to the southwest corner of Block No. 6 of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway grant; THENCE easterly along the southerly boundary of that Block to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that Block to its intersection with the water’s edge and westerly limit of Moberly Lake; THENCE in a general northeasterly direction along the water’s edge and westerly limit of Moberly Lake, Little Metionga Lake, Metionga Lake, Brightsand Lake, Harmon Lake, Wapikaimaski Lake, Antler Lake, McEwen Lake and the Brightsand River to its intersection with the water’s edge and easterly limit of the Allan Water River; THENCE in a straight line to the intersection of the centreline of the Canadian National Railway Right of Way with the water’s edge and westerly limit of the Allan Water River; THENCE westerly along that centreline to its intersection with the water’s edge of the Vermilion River; THENCE in a general northwesterly direction following the southerly and westerly shore of Lac Seul to the intersection of the seventh base line with the water’s edge along the westerly shore of Lac Seul; THENCE westerly along the seventh base line to the place of beginning; Together with the waters of Beynon Lake (48°51′N., 92°09′W.), Mount Lake (49°02′N., 92°10′W.), Roughstone Lake (49°01′N., 92°16′W.), Silvertip Lake (49°03′N., 92°16′W.), Ricemere Lake (49°04′N., 92°16′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°11′N., Longitude 92°15′W., Dibble Lake (49°13′N., 92°00′W.), Nora Lake (49°12′N., 91°50′W.), Campus Lake (49°12′N., 91°43′W.), Fish (East Campus) Lake (49°11′N., 91°40′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°12′N., Longitude 91°37′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°12′N., 91°28′W., Kathleen Lake (49°12′N., 91°23′W.), Gulliver Lake (49°10′N., 91°19′W.), Portage Lake (49°12′N., 91°15′W.), Cloven Lake (49°12′N., 91°12′W.), Lower Scotch Lake (49°12′N., 91°06′W.), Rye Lake (49°12′N., 91°02′W.), Kawaweogama Lake (50°12′N., 90°10′W.) and Selwyn Lake (49°55′N., 85°48′W.), and including the waters on the islands of Nipigon Bay including Vert, St. Ignace and Simpson; EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters in Divisions 30 and 32.

DIVISION 22A

  • 22.1 The waters in the Territorial District of Kenora lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the mouth of the Cedar River where it enters Rice Lake (which is part of the English River) at 50°34′07″N., 93°17′43″W.; THENCE in a northeasterly direction 7.5 km, crossing the Ontario Hydro Transmission Line right-of-way; THENCE southeasterly for 30.5 km following Highway 105, east of Goose Lake (50°34′02″N., 93°11′33″W.) to a point east of Dennis Lake; THENCE in an easterly direction for 2 km; THENCE east of an unnamed lake at 50°18′15″N., 93°01′15″W.; THENCE southerly for 2.5 km; THENCE in an easterly, southerly and westerly direction, following the height of land for approximately 25 km to a point between the east shore of Square Lake and the west shore of Gary Lake at 50°13′50″N., 92°59′12″W., continuing along the northeast shore of Thaddeus Lake; THENCE southwesterly 10 km, to a point west of Fawcett Lake; THENCE westerly 10 km to a point east of Moose Lake at 50°04′24″N., 93°01′54″W.; THENCE southerly 3 km, to a point northwest of Black Lake; THENCE southeasterly 3 km; THENCE southerly 2 km, west of Ladysmith Creek; THENCE westerly 4 km, south of the unnamed lakes at 50°02′23″N., 93°01′27″W. and 50°02′03″N., 93°02′15″W.; THENCE northwesterly 2.5 km, east of Meridian Lake; THENCE southerly 6 km, along the east side of Norse and Walsh Lakes; THENCE westerly 3.5 km, to a point east of Wauchope Lake; THENCE northerly 4 km and westerly 5 km, between the north shore of Affleck Lake and the south shore of Ross Lake; THENCE northerly and westerly 14 km, to a point south of an unnamed lake at 50°06′31″N., 93°18′50″W.; THENCE northwesterly 2 km; THENCE westerly 1 km, south of Mystery Lake; THENCE southerly 3 km; THENCE westerly 7.5 km, to a point south of an unnamed lake at 50°05′55″N., 93°21′06″W. and the southwest shores of Evening and Twilight Lakes; THENCE northerly 1 km; THENCE northeasterly 10 km, to a point southwest of Cliff Lake; THENCE northerly 4.5 km and northwesterly 4.5 km; THENCE northeasterly to a point north of King Lake at 50°10′55″N., 93°23′19″W.; THENCE northerly 2 km; THENCE southwesterly 2.5 km, north of Beaton Lake; THENCE southerly 2 km; THENCE westerly 2.5 km, south of two small unnamed lakes draining into Schultz Lake; THENCE northeasterly 2 km; THENCE northwesterly 1 km; THENCE southwesterly 2 km; THENCE northwesterly 8 km intercepting the Fleet Lake Road at approximately 50°13′48″N., 93°32′50″W.; THENCE northerly 10 km, east of Gabby Lake and west of an unnamed lake at 50°19′53″N., 93°05′35″W.; THENCE easterly 4 km; THENCE northeasterly 4.5 km, between the west shore of Aerobus Lake and the east shore of Bornite Lake; THENCE westerly 5 km, north of Bornite Lake; THENCE northwesterly 15 km, west of the unnamed lake at 50°17′25″N., 93°04′46″W., east of Toole Lake, west of Anishinabi Lake and between the unnamed lakes at 50°12′55″N., 93°01′08″W. and 50°16′21″N., 93°03′50″W.; THENCE northeasterly 6.5 km, south of Howard Lake and north of Halverson Lake; THENCE northerly 1 km; THENCE easterly 2.5 km; THENCE northeasterly 7 km; THENCE northerly 5 km to the place of beginning.

DIVISION 23

  • 23 The waters of Lake Superior and the waters of the St. Marys River upstream from the gates of the Compensating Works, from the lower lock on the Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site of Canada and from the outflow of the Hydro-electric Power Generation Station, at the city of Sault Ste. Marie, excepting the waters of Vert, St. Ignace and Simpson Islands and the waters of the other islands of Nipigon Bay, all in Lake Superior.

DIVISION 24

  • 24 The waters in the Territorial District of Kenora lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the eleventh base line with the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba; THENCE easterly along that base line to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 89°00′W.; THENCE north along that meridian to its intersection with the parallel of Latitude 54°00′N.; THENCE in a straight line to the point of intersection of the meridian of Longitude 91°30′W. with the parallel of Latitude 55°00′N.; THENCE northwesterly along the production of that straight line to its intersection with interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba; THENCE southwesterly and southerly along the interprovincial boundary to the place of beginning; EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters of the following lakes: an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°19′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°27′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°35′N., Longitude 89°00′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°42′N., Longitude 89°00′W., and an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°48′N., Longitude 89°00′W.

DIVISION 25

  • 25 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Cochrane and Kenora lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Quebec with the parallel of Latitude 50°00′N.; THENCE west along that parallel to its intersection with the water’s edge of the Kabinakagami River; THENCE southerly along the water’s edge and easterly limit of that river to the intersection with the centreline of the Canadian National Railway Right of Way in the geographic Township of Studholme; THENCE westerly along that centreline to its intersection with the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Bicknell; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE westerly along the northerly boundary of that township to the northwest corner thereof; THENCE north astronomic to the intersection with the parallel of Latitude 54°00′N.; THENCE east along that parallel to its intersection with the water’s edge along the westerly shore of James Bay; THENCE in a general southwesterly direction along the water’s edge of James Bay to its intersection with the interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Quebec; THENCE southerly along the interprovincial boundary to the place of beginning; EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters of the following lakes: Jog Lake (50°24′N., 85°20′W.), Napken Lake (51°52′N., 85°20′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°21′N., Longitude 85°20′W., an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°23′N., Longitude 85°20′W. and an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 53°26′N., Longitude 85°20′W.

DIVISION 26

  • 26 The waters of Lake Temagami.

DIVISION 27

  • 27 The waters of Lake Nipissing together with: the waters of the French River from the Chaudière and the Little Chaudière dams to Lake Nipissing; the waters of the west bay of Lake Nipissing to the centre line of Highway 64 in the Township of Haddo in the Territorial District of Sudbury; the waters of the northwest bay of Lake Nipissing to the falls of MacPherson Creek; the waters of Sturgeon River from Lake Nipissing to the falls on MacPherson Creek; the waters of the Sturgeon River from Lake Nipissing to the dam at Sturgeon Falls; the waters of the Veuve River from Lake Nipissing to the chutes located in Lot 5 in Concession l in the Township of Caldwell in the Territorial District of Nipissing; and the waters of the South River from Lake Nipissing to Highway 654.

DIVISION 28

  • 28 The waters on Manitoulin Island in the Territorial District of Manitoulin.

DIVISION 29

  • 29 The waters in that part of the County of Frontenac lying northerly of the centreline of Highway 7, excepting both the waters of Silver Lake in the Township of Oso, the waters of the Madawaska River in the Township of North Canonto; and the waters in that part of the County of Lennox and Addington lying northerly of the centreline of Highway 7; and excepting the waters of Grimsthorpe Lake in the Counties of Hastings and Lennox and Addington.

DIVISION 30

  • 30 The waters in the Territorial District of Kenora, more particularly described as follows:

    First: The waters of Lac Seul including Lac Seul (Reservoir), together with all the bays and inlets connected thereto, including the following bays and inlets: Sawmill Bay, Farewell Bay, Rat Bay, Scout Bay, Portage Cove, South Inlet including the unnamed lake connected thereto, McIntyre Bay, Williams Bay together with Williams Creek from the bridge to Williams Bay, Route Bay, Burntwood Bay, Bray Bay, Whitefish Bay, Canoe Bay, Grassy Bay, Picnic Bay, Victor Bay, Sen Bay, Brechin Bay, Quirt Bay, Brisco Inlet, Gynane Bay, Anenimus Bay, Coones Bay, Merritt Bay, Wapesi Bay, Tuktegweik Bay, Vallance Bay, Fish Hook Bay, Two Point Bay, Aldous Bay, Black Bay, McKenzie Bay and Bannatyne Bay;

    Secondly: The waters of the following lakes together with all their bays and inlets and together with their connecting waters to Lac Seul: Scout Lake, Clear Lake, Whitefish Lake, Vaughan Lake, Robertson Lake, Martin Lake, Eider Lake, Archer Lake, Bindo Lake including the Deception River between Deception Bay and Bindo Lake, India Lake, China Lake, Scaler Lake, Foreman Lake, Adamhay Lake, Dunbar Lake, March Lake, Rice Lake, Sunlight Lake and Broad Lake;

    Thirdly: The waters of the English River from the narrows below Pelican Lake to Lac Seul together with all bays and inlets connected thereto and together with the following lakes and bays including their respective bays and inlets and including their connecting waters to the English River: Lost Lake, Webster Bay, Italian Bay, Keewatin Bay, Tramp Lake, Deception Lake, Deception Bay, Farlinger Lake, Richardson Lake, Bearpaw Bay and the unnamed lakes at Latitude 50°10′N., Longitude 91°58′W. and Latitude 50°10′N., Longitude 92°01′W.;

    Fourthly: The waters of the Wenasaga River from the rapids at the outlet of Wenasaga Lake to Lac Seul and the waters of the English River from the Ear Falls Hydro Dam to Lac Seul;

    Fifthly: The waters of the Root River from Latitude 50°42′30″N. to Adamhay Lake.

DIVISION 31

  • 31 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Kenora and Thunder Bay lying within a line described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the eleventh base line with interprovincial boundary between the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba; THENCE easterly along that base line to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 89°00′W.; THENCE south along that meridian to its intersection with the parallel of Latitude 51°00′N.; THENCE west along that parallel to its intersection with the meridian of Longitude 90°00′W.; THENCE south along that meridian to its intersection with the centreline of the Canadian National Railway Right of Way; THENCE westerly along that centreline to its intersection with the water’s edge of the Vermilion River; THENCE in a general northwesterly direction following the southerly and westerly shore of Lac Seul to the intersection of the seventh base line with the water’s edge along the westerly shore of Lac Seul; THENCE westerly along the seventh base line to the interprovincial boundary; THENCE northerly along the interprovincial boundary to the place of beginning; EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters described in Division 30 and the waters of the following lakes: Kawaweogama Lake (50°12′N., 90°10′W.), Patte Lake (51°28′N., 89°00′W.) and Shabuskwia Lake (51°15′N., 89°00′W.).

DIVISION 32

  • 32 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Kenora and Rainy River within the area described as follows:

    BEGINNING on the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America at its intersection with the meridian line at Longitude 92°30′W.; THENCE north along that meridian line to its intersection with the water’s edge of Wild Potato Lake; THENCE in a general westerly direction along the water’s edge and southerly limit of Wild Potato Lake to its intersection with the southerly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A; THENCE in a general westerly direction along the southern boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A to the southeast corner thereof; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of Indian Reserve No. 23A to its intersection with the water’s edge of Partridge Crop Lake; THENCE easterly along the water’s edge and southerly limit of Partridge Crop Lake and the Seine River to its intersection with the southerly limit of Highway Number 11; THENCE easterly along that southerly limit to its intersection with a line drawn south astronomic from the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Bennett; THENCE north along that line to the southeast corner of the geographic Township of Bennett; THENCE northerly along the easterly boundary of that township to the northeast corner thereof; THENCE north astronomic to the intersection with the third base line; THENCE westerly along that base line to its intersection with the fifth meridian line; THENCE northerly along that meridian line to its intersection with a line drawn west astronomic from the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Grummett; THENCE east along that line to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Grummett; THENCE easterly along the southerly boundary of the geographic Townships of Grummett, Cathcart, McNevin and Corman to the southwest corner of the geographic Township of Corman; THENCE southerly along the westerly boundary of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay to its intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the United States of America; THENCE in a general westerly and northwesterly direction along the international boundary to the place of beginning; Together with the waters of: Duff Lake (48°29′N., 92°29′W.); Kemp Lake (48°29′N., 92°30′W.); Calm Lake (48°46′N., 92°04′W.); Roman Lake (49°00′N., 92°08′W.); Side Lake (49°09′N., 92°17′W.); an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°02′N., Longitude 92°13′W.; an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°02′N., Longitude 92°14′W.; Kenoshay Lake (49°11′N., 92°07′W.); Pine Lake (49°12′N., 92°05′W.); an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°12′N., 91°59′W.; White Otter Lake (49°07′N., 91°52′W.); Halfmoon Lake (49°10′N., 91°48′W.); Elsie Lake (49°11′N., 91°45′W.); an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°12′N., Longitude 91°33′W.; an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°12′N., Longitude 91°31′W.; Adele Lake (49°11′N, 91°21′W.); Pyramid Lake (49°08′N., 90°58′W.); an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 49°05′N., Longitude 90°57′W.; an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°58′N., Longitude 90°58′W.; an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°57′N., Longitude 90°58′W.; an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°54′N., Longitude 90°58′W.; Union Lake (48°49′N., 90°58′W.); an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°47′N., Longitude 90°58′W.; all waters within the boundaries of Quetico Provincial Park, including the waters of Mack Lake (48°24′N., 91°00′W.), an unnamed lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°23′N., Longitude 90°58′W., District Lake (48°22′N., 90°58′W.), Saganagons Lake (48°17′N., 90°58′W.), Moose Bay Lake (48°17′N., 90°57′W.) and Admit Lake (48°15′N., 90°58′W.); EXCEPTING thereout and therefrom the waters of Divisions 21 and 22.

DIVISION 33

  • 33 The waters in the Territorial Districts of Cochrane and Thunder Bay described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the intersection of the high-water mark of Lake Superior with the westerly shore of the Pic River; THENCE westerly along that high-water mark to the confluence with the Nipigon River; THENCE northerly along the high-water mark on the easterly shore of the Nipigon River, Helen Lake and Jessie Lake to the Pine Portage dam; THENCE northerly along the high-water mark on the east shore of Forgan Lake and the east shore of the Nipigon River to the confluence with Lake Nipigon; THENCE northeasterly along that high-water mark to the westerly shore of the Pikitigushi River; THENCE west astronomically to the high-water mark along the westerly shore of the Nipigon River; THENCE northwesterly along that high-water mark to the westerly shore of the Pikitigushi River; THENCE northeasterly following that westerly shore to the northerly limit of the right of way of the Canadian National Railway; THENCE westerly along that limit to the 90th meridian; THENCE northerly along that meridian to the 51st parallel; THENCE easterly along that parallel to the northerly projection of the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Gzowski; THENCE southerly along that projection to the northwest corner of the geographic Township of Gzowski; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of that Township to its northeast corner; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that Township to its intersection with the centre line of the Canadian National Railway line; THENCE easterly along the centre line of the Canadian National Railway line to its intersection with the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Nakina; THENCE northerly along the Township boundary; THENCE easterly along the northerly boundary of that Township to the intersection with Cordingely Lake; THENCE northerly along the high-water mark of the said lake to the intersection of the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Nakina with the northeast corner of that township; THENCE southerly along the easterly boundary of that Township to its intersection with Lower Twin Lake; THENCE easterly along the high-water mark of said lake to its intersection with the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Nakina; THENCE southerly to the intersection of that boundary with the centre line of the old main line of the Canadian National Railway; THENCE easterly along the centre line of the Canadian National Railway line to the high-water mark along the westerly shore of the Otosawian River; THENCE southwesterly along that high-water mark to the intersection with the centre line of Highway ll; THENCE westerly along that centre line to its intersection with the centre line of Secondary Highway 625; THENCE southerly and southeasterly along that centre line to its intersection with the centre line of a road running westerly from the Village of Caramat; THENCE westerly along that centre line to its intersection with the high-water mark along the westerly shore of the Pic River; THENCE southerly along that high-water mark to the place of beginning.

DIVISION 34

  • 34 The waters of Lake Nipigon, including its tributaries up to the first barrier to migration and the waters on the islands in that lake, and the waters of Forgan Lake, Bonner Lake, Little Bonner Lake and Jackpot Lake.

DIVISION 35

  • 35 The waters of Lake Huron, within the area described as follows:

    BEGINNING at the Blue Water Bridge at Point Edward; THENCE northerly along the east shore of Lake Huron to the navigational light at Cape Hurd on the Bruce Peninsula; THENCE northwesterly in a straight line to the most southerly point along the shore of Hungerford Point on Manitoulin Island; THENCE westerly along the south shore of Manitoulin Island (including the waters of South Bay) to Latitude 45°55′N. at Mississagi Strait; THENCE westerly along Latitude 45°55′N. to the east shore of Cockburn Island; THENCE westerly along the south shore of Cockburn Island to Latitude 45°55′N.; THENCE westerly along Latitude 45°55′N. to its intersection with the international boundary between Canada and the UniteBlue Water Bridge at Point Edward.

  • SOR/90-229, ss. 21 to 26
  • SOR/91-113, ss. 23 to 25
  • SOR/92-217, ss. 23 to 25
  • SOR/94-730, ss. 24(E), 25 to 27
  • SOR/95-337, ss. 8 to 10(F)
  • SOR/99-105, ss. 40 to 48
  • SOR/99-456, s. 28
  • SOR/2001-50, ss. 12 to 15, 31 to 33
  • SOR/2002-128, ss. 30 to 35, 36(F), 37
  • SOR/2003-108, ss. 19, 20, 21(E), 22, 23
  • SOR/2004-63, s. 13(F)
  • SOR/2008-99, s. 7(F)

SCHEDULE V(Section 8, Ontario Fishery Regulations, 2007)

Fish Sanctuaries

Column IColumn II
ItemDescriptionClose Time
Division 2
1
  • (1) The waters of that part of Lake Erie in the townships of Delhi and Norfolk, in the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk, being composed of all the waters of Inner Bay of Long Point Bay, including all waters joining said Inner Bay lying within the following limits: commencing at the intersection of the water’s edge of Inner Bay of Long Point Bay with the westerly limit of Lot 1, Concession B, as shown on the plan of the Township of Charlotteville; thence northerly along that westerly limit to the intersection with the easterly limit of the right-of-way of Haldimand-Norfolk Region Road Number 16; thence northerly along that easterly limit to the intersection with the southerly limit of the right-of-way of the travelled road known locally as Front Road; thence easterly along that southerly limit across Lots 1 to 10 inclusive, Concession B, as shown on the plan of the Township of Charlotteville, to the intersection with the northwesterly production of a line joining a control survey monument, indexed with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry as station 008750128, located on the northerly extremity of Pottahawk Point, 42°36′35.76073″N., 80°17′10.00336″W. and a control survey monument, indexed with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry as station 008750127, located on the lands of the Turkey Point Marina, 42°39′57.40627″N., 80°19′52.25129″W.; thence southeasterly along the northwesterly production and the line to the said control survey monument on Pottahawk Point; thence south astronomically to the water’s edge along the southerly shore of Long Point; thence westerly along that water’s edge to the intersection with a line drawn on a course of south 26°00′ east from the place of beginning; thence north 26°00′ west along that line to the place of beginning.

May 15 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in June
  • (2) The waters of that part of Lake Erie in the City of Port Colborne in the Regional Municipality of Niagara lying within the following limits: commencing at the most southerly point in the water’s edge along the shore of Cassaday Point 42°52’1.79”N., 79°13’4.8”W.; thence south astronomically 500 m into Lake Erie to a point at 42°51’45.71”N., 79°13’4.19”W.; thence east astronomically 1 km to a point at 42°51’46.72” N., 79°12’14.73”W.; thence northerly in a straight line to a point at 42°52’17.66”N., 79°12’15.88”W.; along the water’s edge to the place of beginning.

June 1 to July 15
  • (3) The waters of that part of Gravelly Bay of Lake Erie lying northwest of a line drawn from the southerly point of Sugar Loaf Point in a northeasterly direction to the most southeasterly point of H. Knoll Lakeview municipal park in the City of Port Colborne in the Regional Municipality of Niagara.

June 1 to July 15
  • (4) The waters of that part of Gravelly Bay of Lake Erie in the City of Port Colborne in the Regional Municipality of Niagara lying northerly and westerly of the following lines: commencing at the southeasterly corner of the breakwater on the east side of Welland Canal; thence east astronomically 500 m into Lake Erie to a point at 42°52’7.9”N., 79°14’9.87”W.; thence northerly in a straight line to the intersection of the water’s edge of Lake Erie at 42°52’32.48”N., 79°14’10.81”W., and following the water’s edge westerly, including the inlet, north of Nickel’s Beach, contained in Lot 26, Concession 1, as shown on the plan of the Township of Humberstone, to the place of beginning.

June 1 to July 15
  • (5) The waters of that part of Lake Erie in the Town of Fort Erie in the Regional Municipality of Niagara lying within the following limits: commencing at a point starting from Stonemill Road at 42°52’31.47”N., 78°59’57.76”W. extending 750 m south into Lake Erie to 42°52’11.17”N., 78°59’57.11”W.; then moving east astronomically by 1.25 km to a point at 42°52’12.49”N., 78°58’ 46.02”W.; then northward towards Rosehill Road. to 42°52’46.83”N., 78°58’47.12”W. and following the water’s edge westerly to the place of the beginning.

June 1 to July 15
Division 3
2
  • (1) The waters of Big Creek lying southerly of the Quance Dam in the town of Delhi to Regional Road 21 in the Hamlet of Lynedoch in the Township of Delhi in the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk.

January 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (2) The waters of that part of Stoney Creek lying southerly of Highway Number 3 to the confluence of Big Creek in the Township of Delhi in the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (3) The waters of that part of North Creek lying southerly of Highway Number 3 to the confluence of Big Creek in the Township of Delhi in the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (4) The waters of Fishers Creek in the Township of Charlotteville in the regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (5) The waters of Normandale Creek in the Township of Charlotteville in the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (6) The waters of that part of Young’s Creek in the Township of Delhi and the City of Nanticoke in the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk lying between the dam in Lot 23 in Concession III, according to the plan of the Township of Charlotteville, and the downstream side of the bridge on the lakeshore road at Port Ryerse in Lot 2 of the Broken Front Concession according to the plan of the Township of Woodhouse.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (7) The waters of that part of the Thames River in the counties of Elgin, Kent and Middlesex extending easterly from the east side of the Keil Drive Bridge, also known as the Parry Bridge, in the City of Chatham to the west side of the Middlemiss Bridge at the junction of County Road Number 9 in the County of Middlesex and County Road Number 14 in the county of Elgin.

Mar. 15 to Apr. 15
  • (8) The waters of that part of Bradley Creek in the County of Elgin, situated at approximate Latitude 42°45′N., Longitude 81°03′W., lying between the west side of the dam at Elgin County Road No. 35 in the Township of Yarmouth and the junction of Bradley Creek and Catfish Creek.

Mar. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (9) The waters of Big Creek lying southerly of the dam in the Hamlet of Teeterville to the Quance dam in the Town of Delhi in the Township of Delhi in the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk.

October 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
Division 4
3
  • (1) The waters of Indian Brook and its tributaries in the Township of Collingwood in the County of Grey.

The last Saturday in April to May 31
  • (2) The waters of the Sturgeon River in the townships of Medonte and Tay lying upstream of the lamprey barrier in the Township of Tay.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (3) The waters of that part of Black River in the Town of Georgina in the Regional Municipality of York lying within Lot 1 in Concession VII and lots 1 and 2 in Concession VIII.

The second Saturday in May to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in June
  • (4) The waters of that part of Pefferlaw Brook in the Town of Georgina in the Regional Municipality of York lying between the dam situated on Lot 23 in Concession V and the allowance for road between concessions VI and VII.

The second Saturday in May to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in June
  • (5) The waters of the southerly part of Nottawasaga River lying within Lot 1 in Concession V of the Township of Essa in the County of Simcoe.

Sept. 16 to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (6) The waters of that part of Tug Channel of Georgian Bay and of the unnamed channel connecting Little Lake and Georgian Bay lying easterly of Island K, as shown on the plan of the Township of Baxter, in the Township of Tay, in the County of Simcoe and in the Township of Georgian Bay, in the District Municipality of Muskoka, lying between the centreline of Highway Number 69 and the southerly face of Trent Canal Lock 45 and wing walls.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (7) The waters of Silver Creek and tributaries thereof lying within the Township of Nottawasaga and the Town of Collingwood in the County of Simcoe.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (8) The waters of that part of Colpoys Creek in the Township of Albermarle, in the County of Bruce, lying between the westerly edge of the upper bridge on Bruce County Road Number 9 and the water’s edge of Colpoys Bay of Georgian Bay and that part of Colpoys Bay of Georgian Bay situated at the outlet of Colpoys Creek and lying within a radial distance of 25 m measured from the point in the thread of the said creek at the southerly edge of the lower bridge on Bruce County Road Number 9.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (9) The waters of that part of Gleason Brook in the Township of Keppel, in the County of Grey, lying between the falls immediately downstream of the bridge on Grey County Road Number 26 and the water’s edge of Colpoys Bay of Georgian Bay and that part of Colpoys Bay of Georgian Bay situated at the outlet of Gleason Brook and lying within a radial distance of 35 m measured from the point on the thread of the said brook at the northerly edge of Cecil Spicer Bridge on Shore Road.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (10) The waters of the Boyne River extending westerly from the northeasterly limit of an abandoned right-of-way limit of the Canadian National Railway in the easterly half of Lot 2 in Concession VII in the Township of Tosorontio to the Earl Rowe Provincial Park dam in the easterly half of Lot 2 in Concession VI in the Township of Tosorontio.

Sept. 16 to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (11) The waters of that part of the Pottawatomi River in the City of Owen Sound and in the Township of Derby, in the County of Grey, lying between a line drawn across the said river on a course of south astronomic from the intersection of the centrelines of 15th Street West and 7th Avenue and Jones Falls and that part of Maxwell Creek in the Township of Derby, in the County of Grey, lying between the confluence of Maxwell Creek and Pottawatomi River and the southerly limit of Lot 16, Concession IV, in the said Township of Derby.

The last Saturday in April to May 31 and Sept. 1 to 30
  • (12) [Repealed, SOR/90-229, s. 28]

  • (13) The waters of that part of the Indian River in the Township of Sarawak in the County of Grey lying between the water’s edge of Owen Sound of Georgian Bay and the Indian Falls in Lot 16, Concession II, in the Township of Sarawak.

The last Saturday in April to May 31
  • (14) The waters of those parts of all of the tributaries of the Bighead River in the townships of Sydenham and St. Vincent, in the County of Grey and those parts of the tributaries of the Bighead River lying northerly of Grey County Road Number 4 and easterly of the allowance for road between concessions VIII and IX, across lots 1 to 6 inclusive, in the Township of Holland and those parts of the tributaries of the Bighead River lying northerly of the southerly limit of Lot 7, in concessions VII and VIII also in the Township of Holland, in the County of Grey.

The last Saturday in April to May 31
  • (15) The waters of Telfer Creek, commonly known as Bothwell’s Creek, and its tributaries from the downstream side of the bridge that forms part of County Road Number 15 except that part south of the dam located on the northern half of Lot 16, Concession XI situated in the Township of Sydenham in the County of Grey.

The last Saturday in April to May 31
  • (16) The waters of that part of Willow Creek in the Township of St. Edmunds in the County of Bruce extending downstream from Highway Number 6 to Lake Huron.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (17) The waters of the Pretty River and tributaries thereof lying within the Township of Nottawasaga, the Police Village of Nottawa and the Town of Collingwood in the County of Simcoe.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (18) The waters of Spencer Creek in the Township of Flamborough in the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth and in lots 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 in Concession IX according to the plan of the Township of Beverly.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in June
  • (19) The waters of that part of the North River lying between the confluence of the waters of the North River and the waters of the Coldwater River in Lot 3 in Concession XIII in the Township of Tay and the westerly limit of Lot 1 in Concession IV in the Township of Matchedash in the County of Simcoe.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (20) The waters of that part of the Nine Mile River in the Township of Ashfield in the County of Huron, extending 100 m upstream from the dam and fishway situated in lots 35 and 36 according to Plan 2, west of Wellington Street in the Compact Rural Community of Port Albert.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (21) The waters of that part of the Thames River in the County of Oxford extending westerly from the west side of the dam at Gordon Pittock Reservoir to the west side of the bridge that forms part of Highway Number 59.

Mar. 15 to the second Friday in May
  • (22) The waters of that part of the Credit River in the City of Mississauga in the Regional Municipality of Peel lying between the most northerly side of the bridge that forms part of the Queen Elizabeth Way and the most southerly side of the bridge that forms part of that part of Highway Number 5 known locally as Dundas Street.

Aug. 15 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (23) The waters of that part of the Credit River and its tributaries in the City of Mississauga in the Regional Municipality of Peel from the south side of the bridge that forms part of Highway 403 upstream to the south side of the Britannia Road bridge in the Village of Streetsville.

August 15 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (24) The waters of that part of Bronte Creek, formerly named Twelve Mile Creek, and the connecting backwaters of Bronte Creek in the Town of Oakville, in the Regional Municipality of Halton, lying between the northerly limit of Highway 2 and the southerly limit of Rebecca Street.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (25) The waters of that part of the Severn River in the Town of Gravenhurst, in the District Municipality of Muskoka and in the Township of Orillia, in the County of Simcoe, lying between the northerly side of the bridge over the Severn River on the boundary between the Township of Rama, County of Simcoe, and the said Town of Gravenhurst, to a line across the said river drawn on the southerly production of the westerly limit of Lot 17, Concession A, as shown on the plan of the Township of Morrison.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (26) The waters of that part of Keefer’s Creek in the Township of Sydenham, in the County of Grey, lying between the water’s edge of Owen Sound of Georgian Bay and Slattery Mills Falls in Lot 30, Concession C in the Township of Sydenham.

The last Saturday in April to May 31
  • (27) The waters of that part of the Talbot River in the Township of Mara in the County of Simcoe and in the Township of Brock in the Regional Municipality of Durham, lying between the easterly limit of the right-of-way of that part of Highway Number 12 in Lot 11 in Concession X according to the plan of the Township of Thorah and the easterly face of the dam across the said river in Lot 6 in Concession XI according to the said plan.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in June
  • (28) The waters of that part of the Sydenham River in the City of Owen Sound and in the Township of Derby in the County of Grey lying between Inglis Falls and the base of the Mill Dam, excluding the waters of the channels known as Artificial Spawning Channel Number One and Artificial Spawning Channel Number Two.

The last Saturday in April to May 31
  • (29) The waters of that part of the Sydenham River in the Township of Derby in the County of Grey known as Artificial Spawning Channel Number One described as follows: the waters of a channel beginning at the stone control structure located on the west side of the Sydenham River 104 m, more or less, downstream from the gabion deflector located in that part of the Sydenham River opposite that part of Lot 11, Concession 2, in the Township of Derby having fire directing number D-118; thence downstream in a northerly direction in the side channel below the control structure for a distance of 280 m, more or less, to the point where the said channel re-enters the main channel of the Sydenham River.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (30) The waters of that part of the Sydenham River in the Township of Derby in the County of Grey known as Artificial Spawning Channel Number Two described as follows: the waters of a channel beginning at the stone control structure located on the east side of the Sydenham River 55 m, more or less, upstream from the North Grey/Sauble Conservation Authority Bridge located on Lot 12, Concession I in the Township of Derby; thence downstream in a northerly direction a distance of 155 m, more or less, to the point where the said channel re-enters the main channel of the Sydenham River.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (31) The waters of that part of the Sydenham River in the City of Owen Sound from a line drawn across the said river at a point 25 m downstream from the Mill Dam to a line drawn across the river at a point 152 m downstream from the first line, measured along the thread of the said river.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (32) Chesley Lake (Latitude 44°33′N., Longitude 81°14′W.) in the Township of Amabel in the County of Bruce.

Dec. 15 to Jan. 13
  • (33) The waters of that part of the Little Sauble River and its tributaries in the Township of Bruce in the County of Bruce lying upstream of a line drawn across the river at a point 180 m upstream of the footbridge in Inverhuron Provincial Park, measured along the thread of the river.

The last Saturday in April to May 31
  • (34) The waters of that part of the Saugeen River in the Townships of Amabel and Saugeen in the County of Bruce from the face of Denny’s Dam to the westerly edge of the concrete abutments situated downstream from the said dam.

From one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise from Oct. 1 to Oct. 31
  • (35) The waters of that part of Sangs Creek and its tributaries lying within the Township of Arran in the County of Bruce.

The last Saturday in April to May 31
  • (36) The waters of that part of Bronte Creek extending downstream from the Canadian Pacific Railway in the Village of Progreston in the geographic Township of Flamborough in the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth to Highway Number 5 (known locally as Dundas Street) in the Town of Oakville in the Regional Municipality of Halton, including that part of Limestone Creek extending upstream from the confluence of Limestone Creek and Bronte Creek to the westerly extension of Regional Road Number 8 (known locally as Baseline Road) in the Town of Milton in the Regional Municipality of Halton.

Sept. 30 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (37) The waters of that part of Grindstone Creek extending downstream from Waterdown Road in the geographic Township of Flamborough in the Regional Municipality of Hamilton-Wentworth to Highway Number 2 (known locally as Plains Road) in the City of Burlington in the Regional Municipality of Halton.

Sept. 30 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (38) The waters of the Bayfield River in the County of Huron upstream from the bridge on Highway Number 21.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (39) The waters of the tributaries and connecting waters of the Bayfield River in the County of Huron.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the first Saturday in May
  • (40) The waters of the Maitland River in the County of Huron between the bridge on Highway Number 21 and the bridge on Highway Number 4.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (41) The waters of the tributaries of the Maitland River in the County of Huron extending upstream from the upstream side of the bridge on Highway Number 21 to the downstream side of the bridge on Highway Number 4.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the first Saturday in May
  • (42) The waters of the Nine Mile River in the County of Huron from the bridge on Highway Number 86 to Lake Huron.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (43) The waters of the tributaries of the Nine Mile River in the County of Huron extending from the downstream side of the bridge on Highway Number 86 to Lake Huron.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the first Saturday in May
  • (44) The waters of Naftel’s Creek and its tributaries in the County of Huron.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the first Saturday in May
  • (45) The waters of Meux Creek in the Village of Neustadt in the Township of Normanby in the County of Grey, from the dam face downstream to the South Saugeen River.

The last Saturday in April to May 31
  • (46) The waters of the Saugeen River in the Township of Brant in the County of Bruce, from the dam face of the Maple Hill Dam to a point 300 m downstream and including the hydro-electric power channel.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (47) The waters of those parts of the Beatty Saugeen River and tributaries in the Townships of Bentinck and Normanby, and in that part of the Township of Egremont from Highway 6 upstream to the dams of Orchard Park in the County of Grey.

The last Saturday in April to May 31
  • (48) The waters of that part of Whitemans Creek and its tributaries from East Quarter Town Line Road in the Township of Burford downstream to the confluence of the Grand River.

October 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (49) The waters of Galt Creek (Mill Creek) upstream of the boundary of North Dumfries and Puslinch Townships, including the waters of Aberfoyle Creek (a tributary of Galt Creek).

October 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (50) The waters of that part of the Sydenham River, in the City of Owen Sound and in the geographic Township of Derby, from the base of Inglis Falls downstream to a line drawn due east from the north end of the bridge known locally as either the Chinese or the Rainbow Bridge to the point of land marked by a permanent steel post marker affixed to the shore of the Sydenham River in Harrison Park.

Sept. 1 to Sept. 30
  • (51) The waters of that part of the Maitland River, Colborne and Goderich Townships, extending 550 meters downstream from Falls Reserve Waterfall to the first natural waterfall.

Sept. 15 to Oct. 31 from one-half hour after sunset to one-half hour before sunrise
  • (52) The waters of Gully Creek and tributaries in Goderich Township.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the first Saturday in May
  • (53) The waters of the main stem of the Grand River between the former town of Paris (City of Brant County) and Brantford from a line across the Grand River in the former town of Paris at 100 m downstream of the Highway 2 bridge downstream to the pedestrian and service bridge that crosses the Grand River on an angle upstream (west) of the Brant Conservation Area, in the City of Brantford defined as Lot 21 (Centre) of the 3rd Concession of Brantford Geographic Township.

March 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (54) The waters of the Grand River between the Penman dam in the former town of Paris (City of Brant County) downstream to the William Street Bridge in the former Town of Paris.

Oct. 1 to Nov. 30
  • (55) The waters of that part of the Humber River and its tributaries in the City of Toronto, in the regional municipalities of York and Peel and in the Counties of Dufferin and Simcoe, lying upstream of Steeles Avenue.

October 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (56) The waters of the unnamed creek at 44°43′03″N., 80°01′08″W., known locally as LaFontaine Creek, and its tributaries.

January 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (57) The waters of that part of the Credit River and its tributaries, in the Regional Municipalities of Peel and Halton, from the south side of the Old Baseline Road bridge in the Town of Caledon, upstream to the south side of the Highway 9 bridge.

October 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (58) The waters of that part of the Credit River and its tributaries, in the Regional Municipalities of Peel and Halton, from the south side of the Britannia Road bridge in the Village of Streetsville upstream to the south side of the Old Baseline Road bridge in the Town of Caledon, excluding Levi’s Creek (43º37‘N., 79º44‘W.) and Fletchers Creek (43º37‘N., 79º43‘W.).

January 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
Division 5
4The waters of that part of the Beaverton River in the Township of Brock (including Canise or Thorah Island) in the Regional Municipality of Durham lying westerly of Highway Number 12.The second Saturday in May to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in June
Division 6
5
  • (1) The waters of that part of the Scugog River in the Township of Ops in the County of Victoria from the Trent-Severn Dam in the Town of Lindsay downstream to the Ops-Fenelon township boundary.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (2) The waters of that part of the Otonabee River in the Township of Fenelon in the County of Victoria from the Trent-Severn Dam in the Village of Fenelon Falls downstream 1,000 m to the second power line.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (3) The waters of that part of the Otonabee River in the Township of Fenelon in the County of Victoria from the Trent-Severn Dam in the Hamlet of Rosedale downstream to Cameron Lake.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (4) The waters of that part of the Otonabee River in the Village of Bobcaygeon in the Township of Verulam in the County of Victoria and in the Township of Harvey in the County of Peterborough from the Trent-Severn Dam and the Little Bob power dam downstream to Pigeon Lake.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (5) The waters of that part of the Otonabee River in the townships of North Monaghan, South Monaghan and Otonabee in the County of Peterborough from the Lansdowne Street Bridge in the City of Peterborough, southerly, to Bensfort Bridge on County Road Number 34 in the County of Peterborough.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (6) The waters of that part of the Gull River in the townships of Bexley and Somerville in the County of Victoria, from the Trent-Severn Dam in the Hamlet of Coboconk downstream to the narrows approaching Balsam Lake.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (7) The waters of that part of the Talbot River in the Township of Mara in the County of Simcoe and in the Township of Brock in the Regional Municipality of Durham, lying between the easterly limit of the right-of-way of that part of Highway Number 12 in Lot 11 in Concession X according to the plan of the Township of Thorah and the easterly face of the dam across the said river in Lot 6 in Concession XI according to the said plan.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in June
  • (8) The waters of that part of the Talbot River in the Township of Carden in the County of Victoria lying within Lot 2 in concessions VII, VIII and IX in the said township.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (9) The waters of that part of Lower Buckhorn Lake in the townships of Harvey and Smith in the County of Peterborough from the Trent-Severn Dam in the Hamlet of Buckhorn 400 m northeasterly into Lower Buckhorn Lake.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (10) The waters of that part of Chemung Lake in the townships of Smith and Ennismore in the County of Peterborough lying within 100 m of both sides of the centreline of the area designated as the Chemung Causeway on County Road Number 16.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (11) The waters of that part of Gannon’s Narrows in the townships of Harvey and Ennismore in the County of Peterborough within 100 m of both sides of the centreline of County Road Number 16.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (12) The waters flowing from Seymour Lake commencing at the northwesterly side of the bridge on County Road Number 50 in the geographic Township of Seymour in the County of Northumberland to where said waters enter Crowe Bay in the County of Northumberland.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (13) The waters of that part of Lake Scugog lying within 100 m on both sides of the centreline of that part of Highway Number 7A in the Corporation of the Township of Scugog in the Regional Municipality of Durham.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (14) The waters of that part of the Trent River and Canal in the Township of Asphodel in the County of Peterborough lying within lots 4 and 5 in Concession VIII and in the Township of Percy in the County of Northumberland within lots 14 and 15 in Concession XII in the said township.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (15) [Repealed, SOR/91-113, s. 28]

  • (16) The waters of that portion of the Ganaraska River in the Town of Port Hope lying between the south side of the Highway 401 bridge downstream to the south side of the Jocelyn Street bridge in the Town of Port Hope.

January 1 to December 31
  • (17) The waters of that part of Katchewanooka Lake in the townships of Douro and Smith, in the County of Peterborough, lying between the westerly side of the bridge that forms part of Highway Number 28 and the westerly face of the dam constructed at the outlet of Clear Lake.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (18) The waters of those parts of Lovesick Lake in the townships of Harvey and Smith, in the County of Peterborough, described as follows:

    FIRSTLY: That part of Lovesick Lake lying easterly of the east gate of Lovesick Lock of the Trent Canal system and of the east face of the two dams constructed at the south end of Wolf Island to a line drawn southerly from the shore of Wolf Island to the shore of Millage Island and being parallel to and 100 m in perpendicular distance from the east gate of Lovesick Lock.

    SECONDLY: That part of Lovesick Lake lying easterly of the east face of the two dams constructed at the southerly end of Millage Island, the northerly dam known as Grey Duck Dam and the southerly dam known as Sunset Dam, to a line drawn southerly from the shore of Millage Island to the southerly shore of Lovesick Lake and being parallel to and 100 m in perpendicular distance from the east face of the northerly dam.

    THIRDLY: That part of Lovesick Lake lying easterly of the east face of the dam constructed between Wolf Island and Grey Duck Island, known as South Black Duck Dam, and a line drawn northerly from the shore of Wolf Island to the shore of Grey Duck Island parallel to and 100 m in perpendicular distance from the east face of the dam.

    FOURTHLY: That part of Lovesick Lake lying easterly of the east face of the dam constructed at the north end of Grey Duck Island, known as North Black Duck Dam, and a line drawn northerly from the shore of Grey Duck Island to the northerly shore of Lovesick Lake and being parallel to and 100 m in perpendicular distance from the east face of the dam.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (19) The waters of that part of the Pigeon River in the Village of Omemee in the Township of Emily in the County of Victoria, from the Omemee Dam downstream to the Canadian National Railway right-of-way.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (20) The waters of those parts of Burleigh Falls, Perry Creek and Stoney Lake in lots 44 and 45, concessions XVI and XVII of Smith Township, lots 3 and 4, Concession I of Burleigh Township and lots 4 and 5 of Concession I of Harvey Township, all in the County of Peterborough.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
  • (21) The waters of that portion of Cobourg Brook (Factory Creek) in the Town of Cobourg, lying between the downstream side of the lamprey barrier south and the downstream side of the King Street Bridge.

January 1 to December 31
  • (22) The waters of those parts of the Fishog River in the Township of Laxton in the County of Victoria from the mouth of the river at Head Lake (44°45′N., 78°54′W.) to the base of the waterfalls approximately 1.5 km upstream.

The last Saturday in April to the Friday following the second Saturday in May
Division 7
6
  • (1) The waters of that part of the Crowe River in the Village of Marmora in the County of Hastings lying between the southern side of Marmora Dam and the northern side of the bridge that forms part of Highway Number 7.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (2) The waters of Lingham Lake (Latitude 44°46′N., Longitude 77°25′W.) in the Township of Grimsthorpe in the County of Hastings.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in June
  • (3) [Repealed, SOR/2003-108, s. 25]

Division 8
7
  • (1) The waters of that part of Consecon Creek in the townships of Hillier and Ameliasburg in the County of Prince Edward extending downstream from the dam in the Village of Consecon to the mouth of the creek at Weller’s Bay.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the first Saturday in May
  • (2) The waters of that part of Consecon Creek in the Township of Hillier in the County of Prince Edward extending downstream from the easterly boundary of Lot 86 in Concession V in the said township to the mouth of the creek.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the first Saturday in May
  • (3) The waters of that part of the Moira River and of Bay of Quinte within Belleville Harbour in the City of Belleville, in the County of Hastings, lying between the dam known as the Lott Dam and a line joining the most southerly point on the Department of Transport Canada dock situated on the easterly side of Belleville Harbour with the most southeasterly point in the water’s edge along the landfill lying immediately westerly of the aforesaid dock.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the first Saturday in May
  • (4) The combined waters of that part of the Trent River lying between the first dam north of Lake Ontario downstream to the south side of the Dundas Street Bridge, and that part of the Trent Canal from Lock Number 1 downstream to where it meets the Trent River in the City of Quinte West, in the County of Hastings.

April 1 to the Friday before the first Saturday in May
  • (5) The waters of that part of the Napanee River in the Town of Napanee in the County of Lennox and Addington lying between the most easterly side of the bridge that forms part of the street known as Centre Street and the most westerly side of the bridge that forms part of Highway 2.

April 1 to the Friday before the first Saturday in May
Division 9
8
  • (1) The waters of White Lake (Latitude 44°47′N., Longitude 76°22′W.) in the Township of Olden in the County of Frontenac.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (2) The waters of that part of the Raisin River in the Township of Charlottenburgh in the Hamlet of Martintown in the County of Glengarry lying between the southerly limit of the right-of-way of County Road Number 18 and the northeasterly production of the northwesterly limit of Kirk Street in the said Hamlet of Martintown.

April 1 to April 30
  • (3) The waters of that part of the Raisin River in Lot 43 of the Township of Charlottenburgh in the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry.

Apr. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (4) The waters of the Nation River in the Township of Cambridge in the County of Russell lying between the westerly limit of Lot 11 in Concession V and an old power dam (Coupal’s Dam) in Lot 10 in Concession VI in the said township.

Apr. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (5) The waters of that portion of the South Nation River in the Township of North Plantagenet in the County of Prescott and Russell between the north boundary of Concession IV and a point 30.5 m upstream of the C.P.R. right-of-way in Lot 6, Concession VI.

Apr. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (6) [Repealed, SOR/99-105, s. 52]

  • (7) [Repealed, SOR/2003-108, s. 27]

  • (8) The waters of that part of Hoople Creek lying south of the MacDonald-Cartier Highway in lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19 in Concession II of Osnabruck Township in the County of Stormont.

Apr. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (9) The waters of that part of the South Nation River in the Township of Winchester in the County of Stormont extending downstream from the dam in the Village of Chesterville in Lot 18, Concession 4, to the easterly boundary of Lot 20, Concession 3.

Apr. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (10) The waters of that part of Hoasic Creek (known locally as Nash Creek) in the Township of Williamsburg in the County of Dundas lying in lots 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27, Concession 1, extending downstream from the bridge of the eastbound lane of the MacDonald-Cartier Freeway (also known as Highway 401) to a line drawn across the said creek from the point where the western boundary of Lot 27 intersects the high water mark of the St. Lawrence River, thence in an easterly direction to a point where the eastern boundary of Lot 27 intersects the high water mark of the St. Lawrence River.

May 15 to the last Friday in June
  • (11) The waters of that part of the South Nation River in the Township of Finch in the County of Stormont lying in lots 12 and 13, Concession 10, extending downstream from the dam in the Hamlet of Crysler to the easterly boundary of Lot 13, Concession 10.

Apr. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (12) The waters of that part of the Ottawa River, Madawaska River and Mississippi River described as follows: waters of the Madawaska River lying downstream of the Arnprior Generating Station to its confluence with the Ottawa River; waters of the Ottawa River bounded by a line drawn from Dochart Creek to the lighthouse (45°27′03″N., 76°21′02″W.), then east following the inter-provincial boundary to the south end of the CNR bridge at Lavergne Point in the geographic township of West Carleton; and the waters of the Mississippi River downstream from the Generating Station at the town of Galetta.

March 1st to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
Division 10
9
  • (1) The waters of that part of Sand Lake (Latitude 44°33′N., Longitude 76°14′W.) lying within lots 12 and 13 in Concession V and Lot 13 in Concession VI in the Township of South Crosby in the geographic County of Leeds and which said part may be more particularly described as being all of that bay (known locally as Freeman’s Bay) situated north of Powell Bay of Sand Lake and lying west of a line joining the most easterly extremity of a point of land (known locally as Eagle Point) in said Lot 12 in Concession V and the most westerly extremity of a point of land (known locally as Mustard Point) in said Lot 13 in Concession V.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (2) The waters of that part of Newboro Lake known as the Bog in the Township of South Crosby in the geographic County of Leeds lying within lots 22, 23 and 24 in Concession II, and lots 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 in Concession III.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (3) The waters of that part of Newboro Lake known as Old Iron Mine Bay in the townships of North Crosby and South Crosby in the geographic County of Leeds, and described as follows: Commencing at the most southwesterly extremity of Lot 25 in Concession VI in the Township of South Crosby; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the most southerly extremity of Knowlton Island; thence continuing southwesterly in a straight line to the most southeasterly extremity of Bobbs Island; thence in a general northwesterly and southwesterly direction along the high-water mark on the easterly and northerly shores of Bobbs Island to its intersection with the southeasterly production of the southwesterly limit of Lot 2 in Concession VII in the Township of North Crosby; thence northwesterly along that production to the northerly shore of Newboro Lake; thence in a general northeasterly and southeasterly direction along the high-water mark on the northerly shore of Newboro Lake to the place of beginning.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (4) The waters of that part of Whitefish Lake known as Jones Falls Bay (Latitude 44°33′N., Longitude 76°14′W.) lying north of County Road Number 10 and within lots 5 and 6 in Concession VI, in the Township of South Crosby in the geographic County of Leeds.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (5) The waters of that part of Big Rideau Lake known as the Bog in the Township of Bastard and South Burgess in the geographic County of Leeds lying within Lots 13, 14 and 15 in Concession I, and Lots 14 and 15 in Concession II, in that part of the township that was formerly the Township of Bastard and Lot 9 in Concession I in that part of the township that was formerly the Township of South Burgess.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (6) The waters within the limits of Long Island in Big Rideau Lake in that part of the Township of Bastard and South Burgess, in the geographic County of Leeds that was formerly the Township of South Burgess.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (7) The waters of that part of Opinicon Lake, known as Murphy Bay, in the Township of South Crosby in the geographic County of Leeds lying within Lot 16 in Concession VI, and lots 15 and 16 in Concession VII.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (8) The waters known as Pierce’s Flow in the Township of Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne in the geographic County of Leeds lying within lots 8 and 9 in Concession IX (Latitude 44°40′N., Longitude 76°13′W.).

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (9) The waters of the river between Wolfe Lake and Sand Lake in the Township of North Crosby in the geographic County of Leeds, and that part of Sand Lake in lots 15 and 16 in Concession IX, and Lot 15 in Concession VIII in the Township of North Crosby in the geographic County of Leeds.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (10) The waters known as Westport Pond (Latitude 44°41′N., Longitude 76°24′W.), connecting Upper Rideau Lake and Sand Lake in the Township of North Crosby in the geographic County of Leeds.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (11) The waters of that part of the Mississippi River in the Township of Drummond in the County of Lanark, the east limit of which is an imaginary line drawn parallel to and 79.2 m in perpendicular distance measured easterly from the centreline of Main Street abutting Lot 1, as shown on Plan No. 124 registered in the Registry Office for the South Riding of the County of Lanark, the west limit of which is an imaginary line drawn parallel to and 240.8 m in perpendicular distance measured westerly from the centreline of Main Street abutting Lot 1 as shown on that plan.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (12) The waters of that part of the Mississippi River in the Township of Drummond in the County of Lanark, the west limit of which is an imaginary line drawn parallel to and 79.2 m in perpendicular distance measured easterly from the centerline of Main Street abutting Lot 1 as shown on Plan No. 124 registered in the Registry Office for the South Riding of the County of Lanark, the east limit of which is an imaginary line drawn perpendicularly from the lot line between lots 21 and 22, Concession IX, in the Township of Drummond, where it intersects with the westerly shore of Mississippi Lake, then easterly to a point where the perpendicular line intersects the adjacent shore.

Mar. 1 to the first Monday in June
  • (13) The waters of Dalhousie Lake and the Mississippi River included within a circle having a radius of 300 m from the midpoint of the township road bridge crossing the Mississippi River in Lot 13, Concession XII, Township of Dalhousie, Lanark County.

Mar. 1 to the first Monday in June
  • (14) The waters of that part of Wiltse Creek in the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne in the geographic County of Leeds extending from the easterly limit of Lot 6 in Concession V of the part of that township that was formerly the Township of Lansdowne westerly to the confluence with the Gananoque River in Lot 20 in Concession V in the part of that township that was formerly the Township of Leeds.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (15) The waters of that part of Black Creek in Lot 6 in Concession V of the part of the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne that was formerly the Township of Lansdowne extending from the easterly limit of that lot to the confluence with Wiltse Creek.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (16) The waters of that part of the Tay River and that part of Christie Lake lying within the limits of lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 in Concessions II and III in the Township of Bathurst in the County of Lanark.

Apr. 1 to the first Monday in June
  • (17) The waters of the Indian River and Clayton Lake located within 300 m of the midpoint of the Command Bridge situated in Lot 25, Concession XI, Township of Lanark, County of Lanark.

Mar. 1 to the first Monday in June
  • (18) The waters of that part of the Mississippi River in the County of Lanark lying between the falls of the said river in the Town of Almonte and the bridge on County Road 15 crossing the Mississippi River in Lot 11, Concession IX, in the Township of Pakenham.

Mar. 1 to the first Monday in June
  • (19) The waters of that part of Opinicon Lake known as Darlings Bay (44°32′N., 76°22′W.) in the Township of Storrington in the County of Frontenac lying within lots 15 and 16 in Concession XIV and lot 16 in Concession XV.

January 1 to December 31
  • (20) The waters of that part of the Mississippi River between the falls in the Town of Almonte in the County of Lanark and the upstream side of the bridge on Lanark County Road Number 20 in the Township of Pakenham in the County of Lanark.

March 1 to the first Monday in June
Division 12
10
  • (1) The waters of that part of the Ottawa River lying between the Quebec Carillon Power House and the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec at the Urban Community of Point Fortune.

Apr. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (2) The waters of that part of the Ottawa River bounded on the north by the Lake Temiscaming dam that forms part of Highway 63 (Ontario) and Highway 101 (Quebec) and bounded on the south by a line drawn due east from the southernmost point of land at the mouth of Fournier Creek in the geographic Township of Poitras.

April 1 to June 15
  • (3) The waters of that part of the Ottawa River, Madawaska River and Mississippi River described as follows: waters of the Madawaska River lying downstream of the Arnprior Generating Station to its confluence with the Ottawa River; waters of the Ottawa River bounded by a line drawn from Dochart Creek to the lighthouse (45°27′03″N., 76°21′02″W.), then east following the inter-provincial boundary to the south end of the CNR bridge at Lavergne Point in the geographic township of West Carleton; and the waters of the Mississippi River downstream from the Generating Station at the town of Galetta.

March 1st to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
Division 13
11
  • (1) [Repealed, SOR/2004-63, s. 15]

  • (2) The waters of Mykiss Lake (Latitude 45°40′N., Longitude 78°14′W,) in the geographic Township of Preston in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (3) [Repealed, SOR/2004-63, s. 15]

  • (4) The waters of Little Mykiss Lake (Latitude 45°41′N., Longitude 78°13′W.) in the geographic Township of Preston in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (5) The waters of Chipmunk Lake (Latitude 45°41′N., Longitude 78°12′W.) in the geographic Township of Preston in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (6) The waters of Presto Lake (Latitude 45°42′N., Longitude 78°13′W.) in the geographic Township of Preston in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (7) The waters of Shallnot Lake (Latitude 45°40′N., Longitude 78°04′W.) in the geographic Township of Clancy in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (8) The waters of Stringer Lake (45°26′N., 78°31′W.) in the geographic Township of Lawrence in the County of Haliburton.

January 1 to December 31
  • (9) The waters of that part of the Opeongo River in the geographic Township of Preston, in the Territorial District of Nipissing, lying between the dam at Annie Bay in Opeongo Lake and a line drawn across that river 300 m downstream of the dam.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
Division 15
12
  • (1) The waters of that part of Shawanaga River in the geographic Township of Shawanaga in the Territorial District of Parry Sound lying westerly of the right-of-way of the Canadian Pacific Railway.

Apr. 16 to May 31
  • (2) The waters of Middle Lake (Latitude 46°26′N., Longitude 81°02′W.) in the geographic Township of Broder in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (3) [Repealed, SOR/90-229, s. 32]

  • (4) The waters of that part of Nogies Creek in the Township of Galway and Cavendish and the Township of Harvey in the County of Peterborough south of the dam at the southerly end of Bass Lake, lying within lots 27 to 30, both inclusive, in Concession XVII, lots 27, 28, 30, 31 and 32 in Concession XVI, in the Township of Harvey, and lots 9 and 10 in Concession I, and Lot 9 in Concession II, in the Township of Galway and Cavendish.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (5) The waters of Otter Creek (45°28′N., 78°15′W.), also known as Lower Hay Lake, lying southerly of a dam in Lot 4, Concession I, in the geographic Township of Airy and the waters of Lower Hay Lake, Otter Creek, Hay Lake and Drizzle Lake in the geographic Township of Sabine, in the Territorial district of Nipissing.

December 1 to the Friday before the last Saturday in April
  • (6) [Repealed, SOR/2003-108, s. 28]

  • (7) The waters of Joly Creek lying within the limits of lots 28 to 32, both inclusive, and the allowance for road between lots 30 and 31, all in Concession IX in the geographic Township of Strong in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (8) The waters of that part of the Moon River in the geographic Township of Freeman in the Territorial District of Muskoka lying between the southerly production of the easterly limit of Lot 33 in Concession VIII and the southerly production of the westerly limit of Lot 36 in Concession X.

Apr. 16 to May 31
  • (9) The waters of a stream known locally as Sucker Creek flowing into Duck Lake in lots 4 and 5 in Concession IX in the geographic Township of Wilson in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Apr. 1 to May 14
  • (10) The waters of that part of the Seguin River in the Town of Parry Sound, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, lying between a line positioned southwesterly of and parallel to and 30 m in perpendicular distance from the centreline of the rails of the Canadian Pacific Railway track and a line positioned northeasterly of and parallel to and 110 m in perpendicular distance from the aforesaid centreline.

May 1 to May 31
  • (11) The waters of that part of the Seguin River and the expansion being Mountain Basin in the Township of McDougall, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, lying between the prolongation of the easterly limit of Lot 18, Concession VI, across the said river and the prolongation of the westerly limit of Lot 20, Concession VII, across the said river, both lots as shown on the plan of the Township of McDougall.

Mar. 15 to May 15
  • (12) The waters of that part of the Magnetawan River in the Village of Magnetawan, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound lying between the most northerly and easterly abutments of the locks and dam in Lot 94, Concession A, as shown on the plan of the Township of Chapman, and the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of Croft.

May 1 to May 31
  • (13) The waters of Lohi Lake (Latitude 46°23′N., Longitude 81°03′W.) in the geographic Township of Broder in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (14) The waters of the Restoule River and that part of Restoule Lake in Lots 24 and 25, Concessions III and IV in the geographic Township of Patterson in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Mar. 1 to May 31
  • (15) The waters of that part of Six Mile Creek, known locally as Bennett’s Creek, in the Township of Muskoka Lakes, in the District Municipality of Muskoka, lying between Three Mile Lake and the southwesterly limit of the right-of-way of Secondary Highway Number 532 and being within lots 12 and 13 in Concession A, and lots 5 and 6 in Concession VI, all as shown on the plan of the township of Watt.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (16) The waters of Calabogie Lake lying within the limits of Lot 19 in Concession XII in the Township of Bagot in the County of Renfrew, locally known as Legree’s Bay, and the waters of Constan Creek lying within the limits of Lot 20 in Concession XII in the said township.

First Saturday in March to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (17) That part of the Madawaska River, Calabogie Lake and all inflowing streams, lying within a line described as follows: beginning at the intersection of Highway 508 and the Barrett Chute Dam Road; thence in a southerly direction following the Barrett Chute Dam Road; thence in a westerly direction across the power dam located on the Madawaska River to the easterly bank of the said river; thence in a general northerly and easterly direction following the high-water mark of Calabogie Lake to the northwest corner of Nettleton’s Bay on Lot 15, Concession 2, in the Township of Blithfield; thence northwesterly in a straight line from the northwest corner of the said bay to the rock face along the water’s edge of Calabogie Lake at the intersection of Lot 19, Concession 11 and Lot 19, Concession 12, in the Township of Bagot in the County of Renfrew; thence northerly along that intersection to Highway 508; thence in a northwesterly direction following the said highway to the place of beginning.

First Saturday in March to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (18) The waters of the Madawaska River lying within the limits of lots 17 and 18 in Concessions IX and X in the Township of Bagot in the County of Renfrew.

First Saturday in March to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (19) [Repealed, SOR/2005-406, s. 9]

  • (20) The waters of that part of the Madawaska River in the Township of Griffith and Matachewan in the County of Renfrew, lying between the centreline of the bridge that forms part of that part of Highway Number 41 in the Village of Griffith and the Causeway Bridge which crosses the Madawaska River on Lot 15, Concession VIII, Matachewan Township.

First Saturday in March to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (21) The waters of that part of the Madawaska River beginning at the Stewartville Hydro Dam and lying within the limits of lots 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13, Concession VI, McNab Township, in the County of Renfrew.

First Saturday in March to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (22) The waters of that part of the Madawaska River below the Mountain Chute Hydro Dam, lying within the limits of lots 17, 18 and 19, Concession I, Brougham Township, in the County of Renfrew, and lots 17, 18, 19 and 20, Concession IX, North Canonto Township, in the County of Frontenac.

First Saturday in March to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (23) The waters of that part of Hansons Creek lying within the limits of Lot 7, Concession VII, McNab Township, in the County of Renfrew.

First Saturday in March to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (24) The waters of Boulter Lake (Latitude 45°19′N., Longitude 78°02′W.) in the Township of McClure in the County of Hastings.

Oct. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (25) The waters of Wahwashkesh Lake (Latitude 45°43′N., Longitude 80°02′W.), known locally as Deer Lake, in the geographic townships of Burton and McKenzie, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (26) The waters of Miskokway Lake (Latitude 45°39′N., Longitude 80°14′W.), known locally as Simikoka Lake, in the geographic townships of Burton and Harrison, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (27) The waters of Trout Lake (Latitude 45°35′N., Longitude 80°10′W.), in the geographic Township of East Burpee, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (28) The waters of Spring Lake (Latitude 45°49′N., Longitude 79°40′W.), formerly known as Fowke Lake, in the geographic Township of Lount, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (29) The waters of that part of the Drag River in the geographic Township of Dysart in the County of Haliburton, from Head Lake upstream to Bailey’s Dam (also known as Emerson’s Dam).

March 16 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (30) The waters of that part of Burnt River in the geographic Township of Dysart, in the Township Municipality of Dysart, Bruton, Clyde, Dudley, Eyre, Harburn, Harcourt and Havelock, in the County of Haliburton, being within lots 24, 25 and 26, Concession II, as shown on the plan of the Township of Dysart, and extending from County Road Number 3, also known as the Buckhorn Road, to Blue Hawk Lake.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (31) [Repealed, SOR/93-119, s. 5]

  • (32) The waters of that part of the North Magnetawan River in the townships of Armour and Strong and in the geographic Township of Proudfoot in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, extending downstream from the west side of the bridge constructed over the said river within the road allowance between lots 30 and 31, Concession II, in the said Township of Strong, to Pickerel Lake.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (33) The waters of that part of Gartersnake River in the Town of Gravenhurst, in the District Municipality of Muskoka, lying within Lot 20, Concession IX, as shown on the plan of the Township of Ryde.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (34) The waters of that part of Kahshe River in the Town of Gravenhurst, in the District Municipality of Muskoka, lying within Lot 27, Concession V, as shown on the plan of the Township of Morrison.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (35) The waters of that part of Kushog Lake lying within Lot 1, Concession X, in the Township of Stanhope in the County of Haliburton, commonly known as Ox Narrows, for a distance of 100 m on either side of the centreline of the bridge that forms part of Highway Number 35, known as Ox Norrows bridge, measured along the high-water mark.

Sept. 15 to Nov. 30
  • (36) The waters of that part of the Blackstone River and of Blackstone Harbour in the Township of The Archipelago, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound lying between the prolongation of the northerly limit of Lot 37, Concession VI, across Blackstone River and a line drawn across Blackstone Harbour joining the northerly extremity of the westerly limit of Lot 37, Concession V, with the southerly extremity of the westerly limit of Lot 37, Concession VI, all lots as shown on the plan of the Township of Conger.

Apr. 16 to May 31
  • (37) The waters of that part of Bonnechere River and the expansions being Sicards Bay, Square Bay, Wilson Bay, Griffins Narrows and Kranz Bay, in the townships of Hagarty and Richards and in the Township of Algona, in the County of Renfrew, lying between the southerly face of the Tramore Dam situated in Lot 8, Concession XIII, as shown on the plan of the Township of Hagarty, and the northerly edge of the bridge that forms part of Highway Number 60 crossing the said river adjacent to Lot 27, Concession VIII, in the Township of North Algona.

First Saturday in March to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (38) The waters of that part of Cashman Creek lying within lots 19, 20 and 21 in Concession II and lots 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 in Concession I in the geographic Township of Proudfoot in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (39) The waters of Ramsey Lake (Latitude 46°29′N., Longitude 80°57′W.) in the City of Sudbury and in the townships of McKim and Neelon, in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to the last day in February
  • (40) [Repealed, SOR/92-217, s. 29]

  • (41) The waters of the Spanish River in the Territorial District of Sudbury, extending from the downstream side of the bridge that forms part of that part of Highway Number 6 in the Town of Espanola to a line drawn due south astronomically dividing the territorial districts of Sudbury and Algoma, excluding the waters known as Gagans Pond in the Township of Victoria in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (42) The waters of the Spanish River in the Territorial District of Sudbury extending from the downstream face of the dam at the E. B. Eddy Co. to the downstream side of the bridge that forms part of that part of Highway Number 6 in the Town of Espanola.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (43) [Repealed, SOR/99-105, s. 55]

  • (44) The waters of Kimball Lake (Latitude 45°21′N., Longitude 78°41′W.) in the geographic Township of Livingstone in the County of Haliburton.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (45) The waters of Fishtail Lake (Latitude 45°09′N., Longitude 78°12′W.) in the geographic Township of Harcourt in the Township Municipality of Dysart, Bruton, Clyde, Dudley, Eyre, Guilford, Harburn, Harcourt and Havelock in the county of Haliburton.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (46) The waters of Solitaire Lake (Latitude 45°23′N., Longitude 79°01′W.) in the geographic Township of Sinclair in the District Municipality of Muskoka.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (47) [Repealed, SOR/2003-108, s. 28]

  • (48) The waters of Lake Joseph (45°10′N., 79°44′W.) in the geographic Township of Humphrey, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound and the geographic Township of Medora in the District Municipality of Muskoka, including Little Lake Joseph (45°10′N., 79°44′W.) in the geographic Township of Humphrey, in the District Municipality of Parry Sound.

Jan. 1 to Feb. 14
  • (49) The waters of that part of the South Muskoka River in the Town of Bracebridge in the District Municipality of Muskoka extending downstream from the base of the South Muskoka Falls to its confluence with the North Muskoka River, including the waters of that part of the North Muskoka River in the Town of Bracebridge in the District Municipality of Muskoka extending from the Bracebridge Falls Dam downstream beyond the confluence of the South Muskoka River to the green-lighted buoy labelled as E.E.I. located in the mouth of the river, also including the secondary channel known as the Gap (UTM coordinates northing 4987000 and easting 627000) from the Muskoka River to the red-lighted buoy, labelled as E.C.2.

Apr. 1 to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in June
  • (50) The waters of Satchels Lake in the Township of Patterson in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (51) The waters of Chartier lake and those parts of the Pickerel and Kimikong rivers in Lots 13 to 20, Concession I and II in the Township of East Mills in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (52) The waters of Dobbs Lake and that portion of the Little Pickerel River in Lots 1 and 2, Concession IV in the Township of Pringle and Lots 1 to 3, Concession IV in the Township of East Mills in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (53) The waters of Memesagamesing Lake and that part of Rainy Creek in Lots 22 to 25, Concession VII in the Township of Hardy in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (54) The waters of Wolf Lake in the Township of Nipissing in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (55) The waters of those parts of Blackstone Lake and Blackstone Creek in Lots 12 to 14 within the extension of Concession XII in the geographic Township of Conger in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Apr. 1 to May 15
  • (56) The waters of the Madawaska River from the bridge on Highway 62 at Combermere south to the bridge crossing the Madawaska River at Lot 24, Concession XVIII, of the Township of Raglan north of Palmer Rapids on Highway 515.

First Saturday in March to the Friday immediately preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (57) The waters of the York River in Lots 10 and 11, Concession 1 of the Township of Radcliffe immediately north of the hamlet of Radcliffe.

First Saturday in March to the Friday immediately preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (58) Grass (Sweny) Lake (45°41′N., 79°10′W.)

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (59) Long (Oliphant) Lake (45°42′N., 79°11′W.)

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (60) McCann (Buck) Lake (45°41′N., 79°10′W.)

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (61) Royal Lake (45°49′N., 79°07′W.)

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (62) Mud Lake (45°49′N., 79°09′W.)

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (63) Trout Lake (45°45′N., 79°08′W.)

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (64) Stoney Lake (45°48′N., 79°08′W.)

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (65) Carmichael Lake (45°48′N., 79°07′W.)

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (66) Acid Lake (46°02′N., 82°27′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (67) Amikogaming Lake (46°05′N., 81°17′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (68) A.Y. Jackson Lake (46°01′N., 81°24′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (69) Boundary Lake (46°08′N., 81°19′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (70) Burke Lake (46°03′N., 81°39′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (71) Clearsilver Lake (46°06′N., 81°15′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (72) David Lake (46°08′N., 81°18′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (73) de Lamorandière Lake (46°02′N., 81°27′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (74) Grace Lake (46°08′N., 81°36′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (75) Great Mountain Lake (46°09′N., 81°22′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (76) Killarney Lake (46°03′N., 81°28′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (77) Lumsden Lake (46°02′N., 81°26′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (78) Muriel Lake (46°03′N., 81°26′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (79) Nellie Lake (46°08′N., 81°30′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (80) Norway Lake (46°05′N., 81°18′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (81) O.S.A. Lake (46°03′N., 81°24′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (82) Partridge Lake (46°05′N., 81°18′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (83) Roque Lake (46°02′N., 81°28′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (84) Ruth-Roy Lake (46°05′N., 81°15′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (85) Sandy Lake (46°06′N., 81°17′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (86) Solomon Lake (46°02′N., 81°28′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (87) Whiskeyjack Lake (46°05′N., 81°17′W.)

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (88) The waters of the Muskrat River starting at Highway 17 in the Township of Pembroke and continuing downstream through the City of Pembroke to its confluence with the Ottawa River.

First Saturday in March to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (89) The waters of the Indian River starting at Boundary Road in the City of Pembroke downstream to its confluence with the Muskrat River.

First Saturday in March to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (90) The waters of Teardrop Lake in the Township of Killarney, in Killarney Provincial Park.

January 1 to December 31
  • (91) The waters of White Oak Lake in the Township of Tilton, in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

January 1 to December 31
  • (92) The waters of Jack Lake (44°42′N., 78°02′W.) lying north of the most northerly narrows of Rathbun Bay in lot 27, Concession 8, of Methuen Township.

March 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (93) The waters of Jack Lake (44°42′N., 78°02′W.) lying within lots 22, 23, 24 and 25 in concession 8, and lots 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 in concessions 9 and 10 of Methuen Township.

April 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (94) The waters of that part of Sucker Creek flowing adjacent to Highways 69 and 644 from Highway 69 downstream to a point 250 meters west of the CPR Railway Trestle.

April. 16 to May 31
  • (95) The waters of Anstruther Lake (44°45′N., 78°12′W.) in the Geographic Township of Anstruther.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (96) The waters of Basshaunt Lake (45°07′N., 78°28′W.) in the Geographic Township of Guilford.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (97) The waters of Bay Lake (45°01′N., 77°52′W.) in the Geographic Township of Faraday.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (98) The waters of Beaver Lake (44°44′N., 78°17′W.) in the Geographic Township of Cavendish.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (99) The waters of Blue Chalk Lake (45°12′N., 78°56′W.) in the Geographic Township of Ridout.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (100) The waters of Bottle Lake (44°46′N., 78°17′W.) in the Geographic Township of Cavendish.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (101) The waters of Buck Lake (45°18′N., 77°44′W.) in the Geographic Township of Bangor.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (102) The waters of Burns Lake (45°19′N., 77°05′W.) in the Geographic Township of Griffith.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (103) The waters of Buzzard Lake (44°40′N., 78°13′W.) in the Geographic Township of Burleigh.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (104) The waters of Catchacoma Lake (44°45′N., 78°19′W.) in the Geographic Township of Cavendish.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (105) The waters of Cavendish Lake (44°44′N., 78°17′W.) in the Geographic Township of Cavendish.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (106) The waters of Clear Lake (45°02′N., 79°01′W.) in the Geographic Township of Oakley.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (107) The waters of Clear Lake (45°11′N., 78°43′W.) in the Geographic Township of Sherborne.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (108) The waters of Davis Lake (44°47′N., 78°43′W.) in the Geographic Township of Lutterworth.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (109) The waters of Deer Lake (45°02′N., 78°06′W.) in the Geographic Township of Cardiff.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (110) The waters of Delphis Lake (45°06′N., 78°32′W.) in the Geographic Township of Dudley.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (111) The waters of Dixon Lake (44°56′N., 77°37′W.) in the Geographic Township of Limerick.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (112) The waters of Eels Lake (44°54′N., 78°08′W.) in the Geographic Township of Anstruther/Cardiff.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (113) The waters of Fifteen Mile Lake (45°21′N., 78°58′W.) in the Geographic Township of Franklin.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (114) The waters of Gold Lake (44°43′N., 78°17′W.) in the Geographic Township of Cavendish.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (115) The waters of Goodwin Lake (45°15′N., 78°39′W.) in the Geographic Township of Havelock.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (116) The waters of Holland Lake (45°06′N., 77°47′W.) in the Geographic Township of Dungannon.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (117) The waters of Hudson Lake (45°04′N., 78°08′W.) in the Geographic Township of Cardiff.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (118) The waters of Jamieson Lake (45°04′N., 77°41′W.) in the Geographic Township of Dungannon.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (119) The waters of Jeffrey Lake (45°01′N., 77°53′W.) in the Geographic Township of Faraday.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (120) The waters of Kelly Lake (45°15′N., 78°37′W.) in the Geographic Township of Havelock.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (121) The waters of L’Amable Lake (45°01′N., 77°49′W.) in the Geographic Township of Faraday.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (122) The waters of Lavallee Lake (44°57′N., 77°56′W.) in the Geographic Township of Faraday.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (123) The waters of Margaret Lake (45°08′N., 78°53′W.) in the Geographic Township of Ridout.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (124) The waters of Mayo Lake (45°02′N., 77°35′W.) in the Geographic Township of Mayo.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (125) The waters of McFadden Lake (45°20′N., 78°51′W.) in the Geographic Township of McClintock.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (126) The waters of Mississauga Lake (45°42′N., 78°19′W.) in the Geographic Township of Cavendish.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (127) The waters of Murphys (Arabis) Lake (45°40′N., 77°49′W.) in the Geographic Township of Burns.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (128) The waters of North Lake (45°15′N., 78°24′W.) in the Geographic Township of Harburn.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (129) The waters of Oblong Lake (45°11′N., 78°26′W.) in the Geographic Township of Harburn.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (130) The waters of Pine Lake (45°04′N., 79°04′W.) in the Geographic Township of Oakley.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (131) The waters of Pusey Lake (45°03′N., 78°13′W.) in the Geographic Township of Cardiff/Monmouth.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (132) The waters of Red Chalk Lake (45°11′N., 78°57′W.) in the Geographic Township of Ridout.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (133) The waters of Sherborne Lake (45°11′N., 78°47′W.) in the Geographic Township of Sherborne.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (134) The waters of Slipper Lake (45°17′N., 78°42′W.) in the Geographic Township of Havelock.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (135) The waters of South Tasso Lake (45°26′N., 78°56′W.) in the Geographic Township of Finlayson.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (136) The waters of South Wildcat Lake (45°19′N., 78°35′W.) in the Geographic Township of Havelock.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (137) The waters of Stocking Lake (45°17′N., 78°41′W.) in the Geographic Township of Havelock.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (138) The waters of Stoplog Lake (44°39′N., 78°14′W.) in the Geographic Township of Burleigh.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (139) The waters of Stormy Lake (44°58′N., 78°24′W.) in the Geographic Township of Glamorgan

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (140) The waters of Tallan Lake (44°51′N., 78°03′W.) in the Geographic Township of Chandos.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (141) The waters of Two Island Lake (45°04′N., 78°22′W.) in the Geographic Township of Dudley.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (142) The waters of Head Lake, in the geographic Township of Dysart, including the waters of Head Lake from the Drag River to the western boundary of the Highway 121 bridge.

March 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (143) The waters of Mountain Lake (44°55′N., 77°59′W.) in the geographic Township of Cardiff in the County of Haliburton.

December 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (144) The waters of that part of the Ottawa River, Madawaska River and Mississippi River described as follows: waters of the Madawaska River lying downstream of the Arnprior Generating Station to its confluence with the Ottawa River; waters of the Ottawa River bounded by a line drawn from Dochart Creek to the lighthouse (45°27′03″N., 76°21′02″W.), then east following the inter-provincial boundary to the south end of the CNR bridge at Lavergne Point in the geographic township of West Carleton; and the waters of the Mississippi River downstream from the Generating Station at the town of Galetta.

March 1st to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
Division 16
13
  • (1) [Repealed, SOR/99-105, s. 56]

  • (2) The waters of eastern Georgian Bay in the geographic Township of The Archipelago, formerly known as the Township of Conger, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound lying within the following limits: Commencing at the most southwesterly point of Concession I in the geographic Township of The Archipelago; thence in a straight line to the most southerly part of Island 427; thence in a straight line to the most southerly part of Island 466; thence in a straight line to the most southerly part of Island 472; thence due north to the mainland; thence in a general easterly and southeasterly direction along the high-water mark of the mainland to the place of beginning.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (3) The waters of Georgian Bay locally known as the Dawson Rock-Grand Bank Area in the Territorial District of Manitoulin bounded by lines starting at 45°35′N., 81°10′W., then northward to 45°45′N., 81°10′W., then westward to 45°45′N., 81°25′W., then southward to 45°35′N., 81°25′W., then eastward to the place of beginning

Jan 1 to Dec. 31
  • (4) The waters of that part of Sucker Creek flowing adjacent to Highways 69 and 644 from Highway 69 downstream to a point 250 meters west of the CPR Railway trestle.

Apr. 16 to May 31
  • (5) The waters of that part of Shawanaga River in the Geographic Township of Shawanaga in the Territorial District of Parry Sound lying westerly of the right-of-way of the Canadian Pacific Railway.

Apr. 16 to May 31
  • (6) The waters of that part of the Moon River in the Geographic Township of Freeman in the Territorial District of Muskoka lying between the southerly production of the easterly limit of Lot 33 in Concession VIII and the southerly production of the westerly limit of Lot 36 in Concession X.

Apr. 16 to May 31
  • (7) The waters of that part of the Seguin River in the Town of Parry Sound, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, lying between a line positioned southwesterly of and parallel to and 30 meters in perpendicular distance from the centreline of the rails of the Canadian Pacific Railway track and a line positioned northeasterly of and parallel to and 110 meters in perpendicular distance from the foresaid centreline.

May 1 to May 31
  • (8) The waters of that part of the Blackstone River and of Blackstone Harbour in the Township of The Archipelago, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, lying between the prolongation of the northerly limit of Lot 37, Concession VI, across Blackstone River and a line drawn across Blackstone Harbour joining the northerly extremity of the westerly limit of Lot 37, Concession V, with the southerly extremity of the westerly limit of Lot 37, Concession VI, all lots as shown on the plan of the Township of Conger.

Apr. 16 to May 31
Division 17
14
  • (1) The waters of that part of Shallow Bay of Georgian Bay of Lake Huron lying northerly, northwesterly and northeasterly of a line drawn on a course of north 81°27′ west astronomic from a point on the easterly shore of Shallow Bay distant 192.9 m measured on a course of south 31°26′ east from a point at Latitude 46°00′N., Longitude 81°56′W.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (2) The waters of that part of McGregor Bay of the North Channel of Lake Huron known as Iroquois Bay in the Territorial Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin.

January 1 to April 30
Division 18
15
  • (1) The waters of the Montreal River lying 150 m northerly and southerly of the concrete abutements at Fountain Falls on the Montreal River in the geographic Township of Gillies Limit in the Territorial District of Timiskaming.

Apr. 15 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (2) The waters of the Montreal River extending from the Ontario Hydro Dam west of that part of Highway Number 11 in that part of the Town of Latchford in the geographic Township of Gillies Limit downstream to a point distant 30 m measured south from the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission bridge in the said geographic Township of Gillies Limit in the Territorial District of Timiskaming.

Apr. 15 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (3) The waters of that part of Four Mile Creek in the geographic Township of Widdifield in the Territorial District of Nipissing lying within lots 8 and 9 in Concession B.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (4) The waters of Whirligig Lake (Latitude 47°23′N., Longitude 80°38′W.) in the geographic Township of Gamble in the Territorial District of Timiskaming.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (5) The waters of Kukagami Lake (Latitude 46°44′N., Longitude 80°33′W.) in the geographic townships of Davis, Kelly, Rathbun and Scadding in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (6) The waters of Chiblow Lake (Latitude 46°21′N., Longitude 83°03′W.) in the geographic townships of Montgomery, Patton, Scarfe and Juillette (formerly Tp. 167) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (7) The waters of Denman Lake (Latitude 46°21′N., Longitude 83°08′W.) in the geographic townships of Montgomery and Patton in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (8) The waters of Basswood Lake (Latitude 46°19′N., Longitude 83°24′W.), also known as Big Basswood Lake or Wakwekobi Lake, in the geographic townships of Day, Gladstone and Kirkwood in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (9) The waters of Flack Lake (Latitude 46°36′N., Longitude 82°44′W.) in the geographic Township of Raimbeault (formerly Tp. 157) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (10) The waters of Semiwite Lake (Latitude 46°36′N., Longitude 82°41′W.) in the geographic townships of Hembruff (formerly Tp. 151) and Raimbeault (formerly Tp. 157) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (11) The waters of Jimchrist Lake (Latitude 46°35′N., Longitude 82°44′W.), also known as Christman Lake, in the geographic Township of Raimbeault (formerly Tp. 157) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (12) The waters of Fullerton Lake (Latitude 46°34′N., Longitude 82°44′W.), formerly known as Lanark Lake, in the geographic Township of Raimbeault (formerly Tp. 157) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (13) The waters of Rawhide Lake (Latitude 46°39′N., Longitude 82°37′W.) in the geographic townships of Viel (formerly Tp. of U) and Pishe in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (14) The waters of Helenbar Lake (Latitude 46°39′N., Longitude 82°37′W.) in the geographic Township of Hembruff (formerly Tp. 151) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (15) The waters of the rivers and streams flowing into and out of Kirkpatrick Lake and lying within an area extending 0.8 km from the water’s edge of the said lake, together with the waters of an unnamed stream connecting Robb Lake with Elbow Lake, formerly known as Onedee Lake, in the geographic townships of Sayer and LeCaron (formerly Tp. 1C and Tp. 1D) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

May 1 to May 25
  • (16) The waters of that part of the Bar River lying within Section 34 of the geographic Township of MacDonald and sections 3 and 4 of the geographic Township of Laird in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 1 to June 15
  • (17) The waters of Ezma Lake (Latitude 46°33′N., Longitude 82°50′30″W.) in the geographic Township of Nicholas (formerly Tp. 163) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (18) The waters of Gibberry Lake (Latitude 46°32′N., Longitude 82°48′W.) in the geographic townships of Beange and Raimbeault (formerly tps. 156 and 157) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (19) The waters of Samreid Lake (Latitude 46°33′30″N., Longitude 82°44′30″W.) in the geographic Township of Raimbeault (formerly Tp. 157) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (20) The waters of Dollyberry Lake (Latitude 46°33′N., Longitude 82°47′W.) in the geographic townships of Beange and Raimbeault (formerly tps. 156 and 157) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (21) The waters of Bobowash Lake (Latitude 46°34′N., Longitude 82°47′W.) in the geographic Township of Raimbeault (formerly Tp. 157) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (22) The waters of Shanty Lake (Latitude 46°46′N., Longitude 79°20′W.) in the geographic Township of McAuslan in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Oct. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (23) The waters of Cut Lake (Latitude 46°46′N., Longitude 79°16′W.) in the geographic Township of McAuslan in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Oct. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (24) The waters of McConnell Lake (Latitude 46°44′N., Longitude 79°21′W.) in the geographic Township of McAuslan in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Oct. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (25) [Repealed, SOR/90-229, s. 33]

  • (26) [Repealed, SOR/2004-63, s. 16]

  • (27) The waters of Big Horseshoe Lake (Latitude 46°42′N., Longitude 83°03′W.), formerly known as Horseshoe Lake, in the geographic Township of LeCaron in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (28) The waters of that part of the Mississagi River in the Territorial District of Algoma lying between the base of the Ontario Hydro Red Rock Dam in the geographic Township of Gladstone and the North Channel of Lake Huron.

The second Saturday in March to the third Friday in May
  • (29) The waters of Manitou Lake (Latitude 46°51′N., Longitude 80°17′W.) in the Township of Clement in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
  • (30) The waters of Turtleshell Lake (Latitude 46°53′N., Longitude 80°15′W.) in the townships of Clement and Scholes in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
  • (31) The waters of Eaglerock Lake (Latitude 46°55′N., Longitude 80°15′W.) in the Township of Scholes in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
  • (31.1) The waters of that part of the Tomiko River in the Township of Grant in the Territorial District of Nipissing lying between the bridge across the Tomiko River in Lot 8 in Concession IV and the confluence of the waters of the Tomiko River with Tomiko Lake in Lot 8 in Concession V.

April 1 to May 31
  • (32) The waters of that part of Tomiko Lake in the Townships of Grant, Fell, and Field, and Mosquito Creek in the Township of Fell in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (33) The waters of White Pine Lake (Latitude 46°16′N., Longitude 80°49′W.) in the Township of McLeod in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (34) The waters of Nelson Lake (Latitude 46°44′N., Longitude 81°05′W.) in the Township of Bowell in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (35) The waters of that part of Net Lake lying between two lines drawn parallel to and 100 m in perpendicular distance measured southwesterly and northeasterly respectively from the centreline of the rails of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission track in the Township of Temagami, in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Apr. 15 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (36) The waters of that part of Duchesney Creek in the city of North Bay and in the geographic Township of Commanda, in the Territorial District of Nipissing, lying between the Canadian National Railway bridge situated in Lot 1, Concession B, in the geographic Township of Commanda, and Lake Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding Victoria Day
  • (37) The waters of White Rock Lake (Latitude 47°03′N., Longitude 83°22′W.) in the geographic Township of McNie (formerly 5F) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (38) The waters of Emerald Lake (Latitude 46°54′N., Longitude 80°19′W.) in the Township of Afton, in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
  • (39) The waters of Whitepine Lake (Latitude 47°23′N., Longitude 80°38′W.) in the geographic Township of Gamble in the Territorial District of Temiskaming.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (40) The waters of Woods Lake (Latitude 46°53′N., Longitude 80°21′W.) in the geographic Township of Afton in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
  • (41) The waters of Pond Lake (Latitude 46°56′N., Longitude 80°21′W.) in the geographic Township of Afton in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
  • (42) The waters of Lower Bass Lake (Latitude 46°59′N., Longitude 80°13′W.) in the geographic Township of Belfast in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
  • (43) The waters of Cucumber Lake (Latitude 46°50′N., Longitude 80°19′W.) in the geographic Township of MacBeth in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
  • (44) The waters of Clearwater Lake (Latitude 47°02′N., Longitude 80°18′W.) in the geographic townships of Armagh and Belfast in the Territorial districts of Sudbury and Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
  • (45) The waters of Gull Lake (Latitude 46°54′N., Longitude 80°12′W.) in the geographic townships of Scholes, Clement and Phyllis in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Jan. 31
  • (46) The waters of Bowland Lake (Latitude 47°05′N., Longitude 80°50′W.) in the geographic Township of Howey in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (47) The waters of Macaulay Lake (Latitude 46°35′N., Longitude 81°44′W.) known locally as Fox Lake in the Township of Venturi in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to the last day of February and Oct. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (48) The waters of that part of Sutton Bay of Lake Timiskaming lying within the limits of a line described as follows: beginning at the most southerly tip of Dawson Point in the geographic Township of Harris in the Territorial District of Timiskaming; thence in a straight line to the interprovincial boundary between Ontario and Quebec; thence northerly along that interprovincial boundary to the easterly tip of Rempnouix Island; thence westerly along the high-water mark of the southerly shore of that island to the most southwesterly tip; thence southwesterly in a straight line to the high-water mark of the most southerly tip of land occurring at Lot 9, Concession V, in the geographic Township of Harris; thence westerly and southerly along the high-water mark to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (51) [Repealed, SOR/92-217, s. 30]

  • (52) [Repealed, SOR/2004-63, s. 16]

  • (53) The waters of that part of an unnamed channel known locally as Whitefish Channel or Whitefish Creek lying between St. Mary’s Island and Whitefish Island in the Corporation of the City of Sault Ste. Marie in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (54) The waters of that part of Icewater Creek lying within the geographic Township of LaVerendrye in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (55) 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.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May and Oct. 1 to Feb. 14
  • (56) The waters of that part of Metheany Creek in the geographic Township of Slater in the Territorial District of Algoma lying between Highway Number 17 and Lake Superior.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (57) The waters of Mamainse Creek and its tributaries lying within the A. McDonnel Mining Location and the North Montreal Mining Location, known locally as Sand Bay Mining Location, in the Territorial District of Algoma, excepting that portion of the creek from the centreline of Highway Number 17 to the shore of Lake Superior.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (58) The waters of Mica Bay Creek, known locally as Mica Creek, and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Kincaid in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (59) The waters of Downey Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Tilley in the Territorial District of Algoma, excepting that portion of the creek from the centreline of Highway Number 17 to the shore of Lake Superior.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (60) The waters of Government Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Tupper in the Territorial District of Algoma.

The third Saturday in May to June 15
  • (61) The waters of Sawmill Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Tupper in the Territorial District of Algoma.

The third Saturday in May to June 15
  • (62) The waters of Jones Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Townships of Tilley and Archibald in the Territorial District of Algoma, excepting that portion of the creek from the centreline of Highway Number 17 to the shore of Lake Superior.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (63) The waters of Havilland Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Havilland.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (64) The waters of Stoney Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Hodgins in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (65) The waters of that part of Silver Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Hodgins in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (66) The waters of that part of Rainbow Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Hodgins in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (67) The waters of that part of Northland Creek in the geographic Township of Deroche lying between Highway 556 and the confluence of the said creek with the Goulais River.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (68) The waters of Taylor Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Van Koughnet in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (69) The waters of that part of Bellevue Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Van Koughnet in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (70) The waters of that part of Sheppard Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Deroche in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (71) The waters of Perry Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Gaudette in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (72) The waters of that part of Whitman Creek in the geographic Townships of Daumont and Gaudette in the Territorial District of Algoma, lying between Devil’s Lake (locally known as Deil Lake) and the Goulais River.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (73) The waters of that part of Cranberry Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Townships of Fenwick and Pennefeather in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (74) The waters of Lamon Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Dennis in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (75) The waters of Thielman Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Pennefeather in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (76) The waters of Kelly Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Pennefeather in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (77) The waters of Bennet Creek and its tributaries, and Bennet-Davignon Diversion Channel, lying within the geographic Township of Korah, in the Corporation of the City of Sault Ste. Marie, in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (78) The waters of that part of East Davignon Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Korah, in the Corporation of the City of Sault Ste. Marie, in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (79) The waters of West Davignon Creek lying within the geographic Township of Korah, in the Corporation of the City of Sault Ste. Marie, in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (80) The waters of that part of Probyn Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Fenwick in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (81) The waters of that part of Stokely Creek and its tributaries lying within the geographic Township of Van Koughnet in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (82) The waters of Michaud Lake (Latitude 46°49′N., Longitude 81°14′W.) in the geographic Township of Tyrone in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (83) The waters of Laundrie Lake (Latitude 47°07′N., Longitude 80°52′W.) in the geographic Township of Howey in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (84) The waters of Blue Lake in the Township of McAuslan in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Oct. 1 to Apr. 30
  • (85) The waters of Talon Lake in front of the Townships of Olrig and Calvin and the waters known as Kaibuskong Bay in front of the geographic Township of Bonfield in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (86) The waters of that part of the Mattawa River in the townships of Papineau and Mattawan in the Territorial District of Nipissing from the face of the Hurdman Dam to a point 200 m downstream.

Mar. 16 to May 31
  • (87) The waters of Kirk Lake (48°40′N., 83°05′W.) in the Township of LeCaron in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in May
  • (88) The waters of Muskosung Lake in the townships of Field and Badgerow in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (89) The waters of Badgerow Lake in the Township of Badgerow in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (90) The waters of Theriault Lake in the Township of Janes in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (91) The waters of Duff Lake in the Township of Badgerow in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (92) The waters of Wicksteed Lake in the townships of Kenny, Gladman, Flett, Gooderham and Milne in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (93) The waters of that part of Friday Creek in the Township of Cassels in the Territorial District of Nipissing and the waters of Obashkong Lake within a 200 m radius of its confluence with that creek.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (94) The waters of that part of Thieving Bear Creek in the Township of Best in the Territorial District of Nipissing from Thieving Bear Lake to Net Lake and the waters of Net Lake within a 200 m radius of its confluence with that creek.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (95) The waters of that part of Kanichee Creek in the Township of Strathy in the Territorial District of Nipissing from Kanichee Lake to Net Lake and the waters of Net Lake within a 200 m radius of its confluence with that creek.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (96) The waters of that part of the Anima-Nipissing River in the Township of Banting in the Territorial District of Nipissing from its confluence with Red Squirrel Lake to a point 400 m upstream and the waters of Red Squirrel Lake within a 100 m radius of its confluence with that river.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (97) The waters of Ferrim Creek in the Township of Cynthia in the Territorial District of Nipissing from Ferrim Lake to Kokoko Lake and the waters of Kokoko lake within a 200 m radius of its confluence with that creek.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (98) The waters of Net Creek in the Township of Cassels in the Territorial District of Nipissing from the dam on Net Lake to Cassels Lake and the waters of Cassels Lake within a 200 m radius of its confluence with that creek.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (99) The waters of Kirkpatrick Lake in the townships of Sayer and LeCaron in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (100) The waters of Robb Lake in the Township of Sayer in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (101) The waters of Onedee Lake in the Township of Sayer in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (102) The waters of Townline Lake in the Township of Sayer in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (103) The waters of Whitebear Lake in the Township of Sayer in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (104) The waters of that part of the Indian River in the Township of McParland in the Territorial District of Algoma described as follows: Commencing at the confluence of the southern bank of the high-water mark of the Indian River and the high-water mark of the Montreal River; thence northerly along the high-water mark of the southern shore of the Indian River to where it intersects the northern boundary of McParland Township; thence easterly along the township line crossing Indian River to the high-water mark on the northern shore of Indian River; thence southerly along the high-water mark of the Indian River to its confluence with the high-water mark of the Montreal River; thence in a straight line across the mouth of the Indian River approximately 300 m to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (105) The waters of that part of Jeff Creek in the Township of Loach in the Territorial District of Algoma described as follows: Commencing at the confluence of the high-water mark of the Montreal River with the high-water mark of the western bank of Jeff Creek; thence 2,600 m northerly along the high-water mark of the western bank of Jeff Creek to the top of the first rapids on Jeff Creek; thence across the top of those rapids to the high-water mark on the eastern bank of Jeff Creek; thence southerly along the high-water mark of Jeff Creek to its confluence with the high-water mark of the Montreal River; thence approximately 250 m westerly to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (106) The waters of the Shikwamkwa River between Shikwamkwa Lake and Whitefish Lake in the Township of Maness in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at the southeastern corner of the Bailey bridge that crosses the Shikwamkwa River; thence northerly, a distance of 200 m along the high-water mark of the southern bank of the Shikwamkwa River; thence westerly across the Shikwamkwa River to the high-water mark on the opposite shore; thence southerly along the northern bank of the Shikwamkwa River past the Bailey bridge and thence westerly, a total distance of 1,020 m along the shore at the high-water mark; thence southerly across the Shikwamkwa River to the high-water mark on the southern bank of the Shikwamkwa River; thence easterly and northerly along the high-water mark, a distance 820 m along the southern bank of the Shikwamkwa River to the place of beginning at the southeastern corner of the Bailey bridge.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (107) The waters of Laughing Creek in the Township of Peever in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (108) The waters of Devlin Creek in the Township of Peever in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (109) The waters of Frater Creek in the townships of Labonte and Labelle in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (110) The waters of Ronnie’s Creek in the Township of Labelle in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (111) The waters of Crazy Creek in the Township of Goodwillie in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (112) The waters of the Clay River in the Township of Goodwillie in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (113) The waters of June Creek in the Township of Giles in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (114) The waters of the unnamed creeks in the Townships of Bray that enter Lake Superior at Gargantua Harbour in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (115) The waters of Alton Creek that flow into the South Old Woman River in the geographic Township of Peterson in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (116) The waters of Salter Creek in the Township of La Ronde in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (117) The waters of Noisy Creek in the Township of Dulhut in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Apr. 15 to June 15
  • (118) The waters of Forte Creek downstream of Mission Lake in the geographic Township of Rabazo in the Territorial District of Algoma.

April 15 to June 15
  • (119) The waters of the tributaries of the Michipicoten River in the geographic Township of Rabazo and the waters of Trout Creek (47°56′N., 84°47′W.) and its tributaries from the Michipicoten River to 2 km upstream of the Ontario Hydro transmission line in the geographic Townships of Rabazo, Lendrum and McMurray in the Territorial District of Algoma.

April 15 to June 15
  • (120) The waters of Duval Lake in the Township of Shivert in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (121) The waters of Four Mile Creek within Lots 8 and 9 in Concession A, C, I and II in the geographic Township of Widdifield in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

December 24
  • (122) The waters of Trout Lake (46°18′N., 79°29′W.) lying within a line drawn from the most westerly tip of Kirkwood Island (46°19′N., 79°17′W.), commonly known as Camp Island, extending along the water’s edge of the south shore for a distance of 500 m; thence in a southerly direction, extending 50 m into the water; thence in a westerly direction parallel to the shore for a distance of 500 m; thence in a northerly direction to the place of beginning in the geographic Township of Widdifield in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

May 15 to July 31 and Oct. 11 to Dec. 31
  • (123) The waters of Batchawana Lake (47°04′N., 84°24′W.) in the Township of Norberg in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (124) The waters of Wishart Lake (47°03′N., 82°24′W.) in the Township of Wishart in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (125) The waters of Little Turkey Lake (47°03′N., 84°25′W.) in the Township of Wishart in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (126) The waters of Quinn Lake (46°44′N., 84°13′W.) in the Township of Deroche in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (127) The waters of Horner Lake (46°40′N., 83°32′W.) in the Township of Shinwaukonce in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (128) The waters of Primeau Lake (46°40′N., 83°34′W.) in the Township of Shinwaukonce in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (129) The waters of Conacher Lake (46°40′N., 83°30′W.) in the Township of Shinwaukonce in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (130) The waters of Darragh Lake (46°36′N., 83°33′W.) in the Township of Shinwaukonce in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Oct. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in April
  • (131) The waters of that part of the Serpent River from the centre line of Highway 17 to the centre line of Riverview Road Bridge fronting portions of Lots No. 8 and No. 9, Concession 2, in the geographic Township of Lewis, now in the Corporation of the Township of North Shore in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Sept. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (132) The waters of that part of Lauzon Creek lying between the Lake Lauzon Dam to the centre line of the Canadian Pacific Railway Bridge within the Algoma Mill location, in the geographic Township of Long, now in the Corporation of the Township of the North Shore in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Aug. 1 to Apr. 14
  • (133) The waters of Trout Lake lying between the high-water mark along the west side of Poplar Island in East Ferris Township in the Territorial District of Nipissing, from the northwest tip of the island (46°19.0469′N., 79°21.8990′W.) extending to the southwest tip of the island (46°18.8287′N., 79°21.7497′W.) and a line 30 m in perpendicular distance from the high-water mark of the island.

May 15 to July 31
  • (134) The waters of that part of the Wanapitei River from the outer wall of the northernmost Bailey bridge in Fraleck Township to the site of the abandoned Poupore Bridge at the mouth of the Wanapitei River in Rathburn Township.

Apr. 1 to the 3rd Saturday of May
  • (135) The waters of Muldrew Bay (47°05′N., 81°33′W.) in the Township of Onaping in the Judicial District of Sudbury.

April 1 to June 15
  • (136) The waters of Montreal River and Bunny Creek (47°22′N., 84°04′W.) in McParland Township in the Territorial District of Algoma described as follows: The bay on the Montreal River north of a line extending from the point about 400 m south of the mouth of Bunny Creek northeast to the point about 600 m east of the mouth of Bunny Creek; and Bunny Creek upstream about 800 m to the top of the first rapids.

March 15 to June 15
  • (137) The waters of Liberty Lake (47°11′N., 80°04′W.) in the Township of Aston in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
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  • (1) The waters of that part of the Mattagami River in the geographic Township of Mahaffy in the Territorial District of Cochrane, extending from the face of the power dam known as Sturgeon Falls, downstream to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Mahaffy.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (2) The waters of that part of the Mattagami River in the geographic Township of Mountjoy in the Territorial District of Cochrane, situated in lots 11 and 12, concessions IV and V, extending from the face of the power dam known as Sandy Falls, downstream to the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Mountjoy.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (3) The waters of that part of the Mattagami River in the geographic townships of Gouin and Hassard in the Territorial District of Sudbury lying between the dam at Kenogamissi Falls situated at approximate Latitude 48°01′N., Longitude 81°34′W. and a point on the Mattagami River at approximate Latitude 48°02′N., Longitude 81°32′30″W.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (4) The waters of Kapakita Creek in the geographic Township of Maisonville in the Territorial District of Timiskaming lying between the easterly shore of Sesekinika Lake and the southwesterly shore of Kapakita Lake, at approximate Latitude 48°11′N., Longitude 80°13′W.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (5) The waters of Alexander Lake (Latitude 48°17′N., Longitude 80°35′W.) in the geographic Township of McEvay in the Territorial District of Cochrane.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (6) The waters of the Groundhog River between Latitude 49°29′30″N. in the geographic Township of Beardmore and Latitude 49°36′N. in the geographic Township of Tucker, all in the Territorial District of Cochrane.

May 1 to July 15
  • (7) [Repealed, SOR/99-105, s. 59]

  • (8) The waters of that part of Little Abitibi River extending from the intersection of the river with the boundary between the geographic townships of McQuibban and Sangster in the Territorial District of Cochrane westerly to a line drawn across Williston Lake at Longitude 80°36′30″W.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (9) The waters of Nagagamisis Lake and River in the geographic Township of Elgie in the Territorial District of Algoma described as follows: Commencing at a point in the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Elgie distant 5.2 km easterly along the northerly boundary from the northwesterly corner thereof; thence due south 1.2 km; thence due east approximately 2.5 km; thence due north 1.2 km, more or less, to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Elgie; thence westerly along that northerly boundary 2.5 km, more or less, to the place of beginning.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (10) The waters of Firth Creek known locally as Spawning Creek in the geographic Township of Milner in the Territorial District of Timiskaming lying between Highway Number 560 and the water’s edge of Firth Lake.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (11) The waters of Crooked Creek in the geographic townships of Marquis and Blain in the Territorial District of Timiskaming, and that portion lying southeasterly of Highway Number 66 in the geographic Township of Eby in the said Territorial District, together with the waters of the Blanche River in the said geographic Township of Marquis.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (12) The waters of the Minisinakwa River in the geographic townships of Noble, Togo and Mattagami lying between the Minisinakwa River Dam in the geographic Township of Noble and a line drawn east astronomically from the most easterly point in the northerly shore of a bay where the Stetham Creek joins the Minisinakwa River in the geographic Township of Mattagami and the waters of the Nabakwasi River in the geographic Township of Togo in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (13) The waters of that part of the Foch River lying within the townships of Foch, Flanders, and Frances in the Territorial District of Algoma.

March 15 to June 15
  • (14) The waters of those parts of the Kamiskotia River and Opishing Lake lying between the northerly limit of Highway Number 101 and the first narrows on Opishing Lake at approximate Latitude 48°14′06″N. in the Territorial District of Timiskaming.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (15) The waters of that part of Twenty-six Mile Creek lying between Kamiskotia Lake and Christmas Lake in the Territorial District of Cochrane.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (16) The waters of that part of Parliment Creek lying between Carlton Lake and Parliment Lake in the Territorial District of Cochrane.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (17) The waters of Big Club Lake (Latitude 48°28′N., Longitude 80°48′W.) in the geographic townships of Bond and MacKlem.

Oct. 1 to July 31
  • (18) The waters of the Kabinakagami River in the geographic townships of Lizar and Mosambik, in the Territorial District of Algoma, extending upstream from the mouth of the Kabinakagami River in Little Kaby Bay to a line drawn perpendicularly across the said river 100 m above the falls known as Chipmunk Falls, which line is also distant 870 m, more or less, measured upstream along the thread of the said river from the north boundary of the geographic Township of Mosambik.

March 15 to June 15
  • (19) The waters of that part of the Oba River and its expansions in the geographic Township of Ermine, in the Territorial District of Algoma, extending downstream from the north boundary of the geographic Township of Ermine to Kabinakagami Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (20) The waters of the Mollie River in the geographic Township of Champagne in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (21) The waters of Linbarr Creek in the geographic Township of Lessard in the Territorial District of Algoma, situated between Linbarr Lake and Lessard Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (22) The waters of the Wakusimi River from its confluence with Griffin Lake in the geographic Township of Griffin upstream in a westerly, southerly and southwesterly direction following all its windings situated within the geographic townships of Griffin, Seaton and Lisgar to the southern boundary of the geographic Township of Lisgar, all in the Territorial District of Cochrane.

Sept. 16 to Dec. 31
  • (23) The waters of the Obakamiga River in the geographic Township of Chollette in the Territorial District of Algoma, situated between Granitehill Lake and Obakamiga Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (24) The waters of that part of Obakamiga Lake in the geographic Townships of Foch and Lessard, in the Territorial District of Algoma, lying between a line drawn across Rocky Narrows of Obakamiga Lake in the Township of Foch and which line is the downward vertical projection of the centre line of the Ontario Hydro transmission line and the outlet of that lake into Obakamiga River at Canyon Portage.

March 15 to June 15
  • (25) The waters of the Valentine River from the centreline of that part of Highway Number 11 in the geographic Township of Stoddart, to Hanlon Lake in the Township of Bannerman, but excluding the waters of Fushimi Lake, all in the Territorial District of Cochrane.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (26) The waters of Stoddart Creek in the geographic Township of Stoddart between Stoddard Lake and the Valentine River, in the Territorial District of Cochrane.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (27) The waters of Wynn Lake (Latitude 48°16′N., Longitude 79°53′W.) in the geographic Township of Arnold in the Territorial District of Timiskaming.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (28) The waters of Commando Lake (Latitude 49°04′N., Longitude 81°01′W.) in the geographic Township of Glackmeyer in the Territorial District of Cochrane.

Nov. 1 to the Saturday preceding the second Sunday in February
  • (29) The waters of those parts of the Floodwood River and of Little Abitibi Lake in the geographic Township of McQuibban, in the Territorial District of Cochrane, described as follows: that part of the Floodwood River lying between the east boundary of the geographic Township of McQuibban and Little Abitibi Lake and that part of Little Abitibi Lake lying northerly of the hereinafter described lines: Commencing at the intersection of the south boundary of the geographic Township of McQuibban with the water’s edge along the easterly shore of Little Abitibi Lake; thence westerly along the said south boundary to the intersection with the water’s edge along the westerly shore of an unnamed island in Little Abitibi Lake known locally as Big Island; thence north 73° west magnetically a distance of 713 m, more or less, to the intersection with the water’s edge along the westerly shore of Little Abitibi Lake.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (30) The waters of that part of Mons Creek (locally known as Hay Creek) in the Territorial District of Algoma extending downstream from the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Radisson to Latitude 49°02′30″N. in the geographic Township of Usnac.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (31) The waters of that part of Opasatika River and Crow Creek and its tributaries, Wolfe Creek, Montcalm Creek and South Crow Creek, located within the geographic Township of McCrea in the Territorial District of Cochrane.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (32) [Repealed, SOR/94-730, s. 32]

  • (33) The waters of an unnamed lake known locally as Carol Lake (Latitude 47°18′N., Longitude 81°23′W.) in the geographic Township of Beulah in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Oct. 1 to July 31
  • (34) The waters of Mishi Lake (Latitude 48°05′N., Longitude 85°25′W.) in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying immediately west of the geographic Township of St. Germain (formerly Tp. 33 in Range 24) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (35) The waters of Mishibishu Lake (Latitude 48°05′N., Longitude 85°25′W.) in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying immediately west of the geographic Township of St. Germain (formerly Tp. 33 in Range 24) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (36) The waters of that part of Katzenbach Lake in the geographic Township of St. Germain (formerly Tp. 33 in Range 24) in the Territorial District of Algoma and that part of Katzenbach Lake in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying immediately west of that township.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (37) [Repealed, SOR/94-730, s. 32]

  • (38) The waters of Wabatongushi Narrows of Wabatongushi Lake in the geographic Township of Challener in the Territorial District of Algoma described as follows: commencing at the high-water mark at the southwesterly corner of the bridge on Dubreuil’s haul road crossing the Narrows of Wabatongushi Lake; thence in a southwesterly and southerly direction along the high-water mark on the westerly shore of the Narrows a distance of 914.4 m; thence east astronomically to the high-water mark on the easterly shore of the Narrows; thence in a northeasterly and northerly direction along that high-water mark to a point distant 274.3 m measured northerly thereon from the said bridge; thence due west astronomically to the high-water mark on the westerly shore of the Narrows; thence southeasterly along that high-water mark to the place of beginning.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (39) The waters of Hoodoo Bay of Oba Lake and Hoodoo Creek in the townships of Carney and Simpson in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at the high-water mark on Hoodoo Bay at the southwestern corner of the Algoma Central Railway trestle; thence southeasterly and easterly along that high-water mark to its intersection with the high-water mark of the western bank of Hoodoo Creek; thence upstream along the high-water mark of that creek to the top of the first falls; thence across Hoodoo Creek at the top of the first falls to the high-water mark on its opposite bank; thence downstream along the high-water mark to its intersection with the high-water mark of Hoodoo Bay; thence northwesterly along the high-water mark of Hoodoo Bay to the northeastern corner of the Algoma Central Railway trestle; thence southwesterly along that trestle to the place of beginning.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (40) [Repealed, SOR/94-730, s. 32]

  • (41) The waters of Augusta Lake (Latitude 48°03′N., Longitude 85°22′W.) in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay lying immediately west of the geographic Township of St. Germain (formerly Tp. 33 in Range 24) in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (42) The waters of Black Fish Creek and Murray Lake in the Township of Copenace in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at the confluence of the waters along the westerly bank of Black Fish Creek with the waters along the southeasterly shore of a bay of Murray Lake; thence southwesterly and northwesterly along the water’s edge of the bay in Murray Lake to its intersection with the southern shore of Murray Lake; thence north 45° east to the water’s edge on the westernmost extremity of an unnamed island; thence northeasterly along the water’s edge of the northwestern shore of that island; thence north 45° east to the water’s edge on the eastern shore of the bay in Murray Lake; thence southeasterly and southwesterly along the water’s edge of that bay to the water’s edge on the eastern bank of Black Fish Creek; thence southeasterly along the water’s edge of that creek, a distance of 91.44 m; thence south 45° west to the water’s edge on the western bank of Black Fish Creek; thence northwesterly along the water’s edge of that creek to the place of beginning.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (43) The waters of a channel in Dog Lake lying northwesterly of Island C2 in a bay known locally as Bay 57 in the Township of West in the Territorial District of Algoma described as follows: Commencing at Station 31 in Dog Lake according to a traverse of the said lake by C.R. Kenny, Ontario Land Surveyor in 1920; thence in a southeasterly direction along the high-water mark of the said channel in Dog Lake to Station 37 according to the said traverse; thence south astronomically to the westerly shore of the said channel of Dog Lake; thence in a general northwesterly direction along the said westerly shore to a line drawn south astronomically from the place of beginning; thence north astronomically to the place of beginning.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (44) The waters of the Dog-McMurtry Narrows in the Township of Bruyere in the Territorial District of Algoma being composed of the waters lying between Dog Lake and McMurtry Lake.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (45) The waters of Lochalsh River and Lochalsh Bay of Dog Lake in the Township of Riggs in the Territorial District of Algoma lying within a 182 m radius measured southerly from the midpoint of the Canadian Pacific Railway bridge across the Lochalsh River near the mouth of the said river.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (46) [Repealed, SOR/94-730, s. 32]

  • (47) The waters of the Groundhog River in the Geographic Township of Keith lying between a line drawn across the river from a point on the north shore at 48°05′N., 82°16′W. to a point on the south shore at 48°05′N., 82°16′W. and a line drawn across the river, below the dam, from a point on the northeast shore at 48°06′N., 82°15′W. to a point on the southwest shore at 48°06′N., 82°15′W.;

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (48) The waters of that part of the Kebsquasheshing River, known locally as Chapleau River, in the Municipality of the Township of Chapleau, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying between a line positioned southwesterly of and parallel to and 100 m in perpendicular distance from the centreline of the rails of the Canadian Pacific Railway track and a line positioned northeasterly of and parallel to and 300 m in perpendicular distance from the aforesaid centreline.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (49) The waters of Larder Lake (Latitude 48°05′N., Longitude 79°38′W.) in the geographic townships of Hearst, McFadden, McVittie and McGarry in the Territorial District of Timiskaming.

Jan. 1 to Feb. 14 and Oct. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (50) [Repealed, SOR/94-730, s. 32]

  • (51) The waters of Anahareo Lake (Latitude 48°37′N., Longitude 84°41′W.) in the geographic Township of Doucett in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the third Saturday in May
  • (52) The waters of Kabiskagami Lake (Latitude 48°42′N., Longitude 84°34′W.) in the geographic Township of Mosambik in the Territorial District of Algoma.

Jan. 1 to Feb. 14 and Mar. 16 to the third Saturday in May
  • (53) The waters of the Obakamiga River from Nagagami Lake upstream to the uppermost part of the Sagi Rapids in the Township of Nagagami in the Territorial District of Algoma.

March 15 to June 15
  • (54) All that portion of the Little Abitibi River in the Township of McQuibban in the Territorial District of Cochrane from the junction of that river with the Abitibi-Price Access Road, known locally as Pierre Lake Road, northwesterly, to and including that portion of Pierre Lake lying east of longitude 80°39′30″W.

Apr. 15 to June 30
  • (55) The waters of the Little Abitibi River and Montreuil Lake in the Township of Swartment in the Territorial District of Cochrane described as follows: Commencing at the narrows at the northern end of Pierre Lake at latitude 49°32′50″N.; thence northwesterly to Montreuil Lake, thence southwesterly to and including that portion of Montreuil Lake lying east of longitude 80°47′W.

Apr. 15 to June 30
  • (56) The waters of the Thorning River in the Territorial District of Cochrane from Harris Lake upstream to the junction of the first creek (49°34′N., 80°50′W.) leading to Hughes Lake

Apr. 15 to June 30
  • (61) The waters of Pipe Lake (47°58′N., 85°43′W.) located in the unsurveyed territory in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (62) [Repealed, SOR/99-105, s. 59]

  • (63) The waters of Oba River (White Berry Creek) and Oba Lake in the Township of Carney located in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at the high-water mark, on the western shore of Oba Lake at a point 200 m south of the mouth of the Oba River (White Berry Creek); thence northerly along the shore of Oba Lake and thence following the high-water mark westerly along the south shore of the Oba River (White Berry Creek) for a distance of approximately 10 km to where the creek meets the road known as road #6; thence across the Oba River at the roadway and then following the high-water mark of the northern shore for a distance of approximately 6 km to the high-water mark at Oba Lake; thence northerly for a distance of 200 m; thence across the mouth of the Oba River (White Berry Creek) to the place of beginning and including those waters of Oba Lake within 200 m of the mouth of the river.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (64) The waters of the University (Dog) River between Obatanga Lake and Knife Lake located in the Township of Chapais in the Territorial District of Algoma described as follows: Commencing at the high-water mark of the eastern shore at the top of the rapids at the outlet of Obatanga Lake; thence following that high-water mark southeasterly, a distance of approximately 1,300 m along the University (Dog) River to the southern extremity of a point on Knife Lake; thence southerly approximately 600 m to the opposite shore high-water mark; thence westerly and northerly along the high-water mark of that lake and that river for a distance of approximately 1,900 m to the western side of the top of the rapids at the outlet of Obatanga Lake; thence across the top of the rapids to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (65) The waters of Fungus Lake located in the Township of Dahl in the Territorial District of Algoma described as follows: Commencing at the high-water mark on the southeastern corner of the bridge on the access road crossing Fungus Creek; thence following the high-water mark southeasterly for a distance of 300 m; thence southwesterly out of Fungus Lake at a distance of 200 m from the mouth of Fungus Creek to reach the high-water mark on the opposite shore of Fungus Lake; thence northerly following the high-water mark 300 m to the southwestern corner of the bridge at the road; thence easterly across Fungus Creek to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (66) The waters of Fungus Creek between Fungus Lake and Kabenung Lake located in the Township of Dahl in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at the high-water mark on the western corner of the culvert on Highway Number 17, where it crosses Fungus Creek; thence following the high-water mark of the western shore of Fungus Creek easterly and southeasterly to where it joins the high-water mark of Kabenung Lake; thence following that high-water mark westerly and southerly to the extreme tip of land; thence easterly across Kabenung Lake for approximately 350 m to the high-water mark on the eastern shore of Kabenung Lake; thence northerly following the high-water mark of Fungus Creek; thence following that high-water mark along the northern bank of Fungus Creek to the eastern corner of the culvert that crosses Highway 17; thence across the culvert to the point of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (67) The waters of White Lake (48°47′N., 85°37′W.) and the White River located at Mobert in Laberge Township in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay described as follows: the bay of White Lake south of a line from the northeast corner of Regan Point east to the eastern shore of White Lake at the road from the new Mobert subdivision; and the White River from White Lake upstream about 700 m to the bridge on Mobert Road.

March 15 to June 15
  • (68) The waters of White Lake, the Shabotik River, and the Kwinkwaga River (48°51′N., 85°31′W.) located in Atikameg Township in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay described as follows: the part of Shabotik Bay in White Lake east of a line extending from the point on the south shore of Shabotik Bay about 850 m southwest of the mouth of the Shabotik River north to the west tip of the low island along the north shore of Shabotik Bay about 1050 m northwest of the mouth of the Shabotik River; the Shabotik River from White Lake upstream to the top of the first rapids about 350 m above the confluence with the Kwinkwaga River; the Kwinkwaga River from the Shabotik River upstream to Atikameg Lake; and including all tributary waters to the top of the first rapids or obstruction to fish.

March 15 to June 15
  • (69) The waters of the Tatnall River between Tatnall Lake and Oba Lake located in the townships of Carney and martin in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at the high-water mark on the southeastern shore of Oba Lake at a point 200 m from the mouth of the Tatnall River; thence northeasterly along the high-water mark of the southern shore of Oba Lake and the southern shore of Tatnall River, a distance of 3,500 m; thence across the Tatnall River to the high-water mark on the northern shore of the Tatnall River; thence southwesterly along the high-water mark of the northern shore of the said River, a distance of 3,500 m to a point on the northeastern shore of Oba Lake 200 m north of the mouth of the Tatnall River; thence southerly at a distance of 200 m from the mouth of Tatnall River to the point of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (70) The waters of the Dog River located in the Township of West in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at the high-water mark of Dog River at the southeastern corner of the C.P.R. trestle; thence northerly upstream along the high-water mark of the eastern shore of the Dog River and thence northeasterly to where the Dog River intersects the northern boundary of West Township; thence westerly along the northern boundary of West Township across the Dog River to the high-water mark of its opposite shore; thence downstream along the high-water mark of the western shore of the Dog River, past the C.P.R. railway bridge, to a point 200 m north of the mouth of that river on the shore of Dog Lake; thence southerly at a distance of 200 m from the mouth of that river to a point on the high-water mark, 200 m south of the mouth of the Dog River on the shore of Dog Lake; thence following the high-water mark along the shoreline of that lake and that river to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (71) The waters of McKee Creek at 57 Bay of Dog Lake located in the Township of Stover in the Territorial District of Sudbury described as follows: Commencing at the high-water mark at a point on the northern shore of 57 Bay, 200 m east of the mouth of McKee Creek; thence northerly along the high-water mark of 57 Bay and McKee Creek, a distance of 300 m; thence westerly across McKee Creek to the high-water mark on the opposite shore; thence southerly along the high-water mark, a distance of 300 m to a point 200 m west of the mouth of McKee Creek on the shore of 57 Bay; thence easterly at a distance of 200 m from the mouth of McKee Creek to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (72) The waters of the Michipicoten River at Stoney Portage Falls located in the Township of Bruyere in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at a point on the high-water mark on the northeastern shore of Manitowik Lake, 500 m south of the mouth of the Michipicoten River; thence following the high-water mark along the shore of Manitowik Lake to its intersection with the high-water mark of the Michipicoten River; thence northeasterly following that high-water mark upstream to the top of the falls known as Stoney Portage; thence across the top of the said falls to the high-water mark on the opposite bank of the Michipicoten River; thence downstream along the high-water mark of the Michipicoten River to its intersection with the high-water mark of the northern shoreline of Manitowik Lake; thence westerly along that high-water mark, a distance of 350 m to the narrows on Manitowik Lake; thence southerly across the narrows approximately 200 m to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (73) The waters of Goudreau Creek located in the Township of Bruyere in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at a point on the high-water mark on the northern shore of Manitowik Lake, 200 m north of the mouth of Goudreau Creek; thence northerly along the high-water mark of the shore of Manitowik Lake and the eastern bank of Goudreau Creek upstream, a distance of 1,200 m; thence westerly across that creek to the high-water mark on its opposite bank; thence following the high-water mark downstream along Goudreau Creek, a distance of 1,300 m to a point on the high-water mark of Manitowik Lake, 200 m south of the mouth of Goudreau Creek; thence easterly along an arc of approximately 200 m from the mouth of Goudreau Creek on Manitowik Lake to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (74) The waters of Height of Land Bay of Dog Lake located in the Township of Stover in the Territorial District of Sudbury described as follows: Commencing at a point on the high-water mark on the western shore of Dog Lake at the portage trail known as Height of Land Portage; thence westerly along the high-water mark of the northern shore of Height of Land Bay, a distance of 1,100 m to a small point of land; thence straight across the bay to the high-water mark on a point of land on the opposite shore; thence easterly along the high-water mark on the southern shore, a distance of 1,300 m around the said Bay to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (75) The waters of the Hawk River between Hawk Lake and Blue Bay of Manitowik Lake located in the townships of Esquega and Fiddler in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at the high-water mark on the southwestern corner of the bridge on Highway 547; thence along the high-water mark on the southern shore of the Hawk River past the Algoma Central Railway bridge for a distance of 4,100 m to a point on the narrows on Blue Bay of Manitowik Lake; thence northerly across Blue Bay to the high-water mark; thence westerly along the northern shore of Blue Bay and the Hawk River, past the Algoma Central Railway bridge, a distance of 4,100 m to the high-water mark at the northwestern corner of the bridge on Highway 547; thence southerly across the bridge on Highway 547 to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (76) The waters of Boisey Creek between Boisey Lake and Outlined Bay of Manitowik Lake located in the Township of Debassige in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: Commencing at a point on the high-water mark on the southern shore of Outlined Bay, 200 m from the mouth of Boisey Creek; thence easterly along the high-water mark of the shore of Outlined Bay and the southern bank of Boisey Creek to the top of the rapids located approximately 250 m from the mouth of that creek; thence across that creek to the high-water mark on the opposite shore; thence following the high-water mark downstream along the northern bank of Boisey Creek and the shore of Outlined Bay to a point 200 m from the mouth of Boisey Creek; thence southerly at a distance of 200 m from the mouth of Boisey Creek to the place of beginning.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (77) The waters of the Jackpine River and Shikwamkwa Lake located in the Townships of Keesickquayash and Miskokomon in the Territorial District of Algoma, lying between a point where the Little Jackpine River enters the Jackpine River at 47°58′47″N., 84°10′49″W., downstream to a point where Shikwamkwa Lake intersects latitude 48°03′30″N.

March 15 to June 15
  • (78) The waters of Holland Lake and Holland Creek lying in the Township of Stoddard, Judicial District of Cochrane.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (79) The waters of Pivabiska River lying between its outflow from Pivabiska Lake in Lot 28, Concession 12, Casgrain Township, District of Cochrane downstream to the point where it intersects Latitude 49°52′N.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (80) The waters of Ste. Thérèse Creek from its mouth at Lac Ste. Thérèse in Lot 25, Concession 8, Casgrain Township, District of Cochrane, upstream to the point where it crosses the south boundary of Lot 26, Concession 7, Casgrain Township, District of Cochrane and the unnamed tributary lying between Ste. Thérèse Creek and Highway 583 in Lots 25 and 26, Concession 8, Casgrain Township, District of Cochrane.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (81) The waters of Fairy Creek (known locally as Lipton Creek) between Lipton Lake in the Township of Lipton and Kabinakagami Lake in the Township of Lizar, all in the Territorial District of Algoma.

March 15 to June 15
  • (82) The waters of Stoney Creek between Breckenridge Lake in Breckenridge Township and Kabinakagami Lake in Lizar Township, all in the Territorial District of Algoma.

March 15 to June 15
  • (83) The waters of Noisy Creek between Kabinakagami Lake in Lizar Township and the east boundary of Lizar Township, all in the Territorial District of Algoma.

March 15 to June 15
  • (84) The waters of Ermine Creek between Kabinakagami Lake and Ermine Lake, all in the Territorial District of Algoma.

March 15 to June 15
  • (85) [Repealed, SOR/2004-63, s. 17]

  • (86) The waters of Pallet Lake (48°16′N., 80°39′W.) in the Township of Nordica in the Territorial District of Timiskaming.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (87) [Repealed, SOR/2003-108, s. 30]

  • (88) The waters of Nayowin Lake (47°47′N., 81°21′W.) in the Township of Burrows in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (89) [Repealed, SOR/2005-26, s. 23]

  • (90) The waters of Vondet Lake and Vandet Creek in the Township of Shelley in the Judicial District of Sudbury.

Apr. 1 to June 15
  • (91) The waters of Horwood Lake in the Township of Dale described as follows: Commencing at a line drawn from a point on the east shore of that lake at 47°55′19.644″N., 82°18′38.154″W. to a point on the west shore of that lake at 47°55′20.208″N., 82°18′31.277″W.; thence, in a southerly direction to a point on the west shore of the Woman River at 47°49′39.311″N., 82°18′37.707″W., Marion Township; thence to a point on the east shore of the Woman River at 47°49′39.344″N., 82°17′41.542″W.; thence to a point on the west shore of the Rush River at 47°49′39.948″N., 82°17′41.542″W.; thence to a point on the east shore of the Rush River at 47°49′39.995″N., 82°17′37.455″W. and thence to the point of beginning.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (92) The waters of Horwood Lake in the Township of Horwood lying between a point on the west shore of that lake at 47°59′N., 82°15′W. and a point on the east shore of that lake at 47°59′N., 82°15′W.; thence, in a southerly direction to a point on the creek flowing out of Great Pike Lake at 47°59′N., 82°15′W.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (93) The waters of Horwood Lake in the Township of Horwood commencing at a line drawn across the mouth of the Swayze River from a point on the west shore of that river at 47°58′56.313″N., 82°21′8.512″W. to a point on the east shore of that river at 47°58′52.784″N., 82°20′24.181″W.; thence, in a southwesterly direction along the Swayze River to the most westerly boundary of Horwood Township at 47°56′51.062″N., 82°24′30.141″W.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (94) The waters of Horwood Lake in the Township of Horwood commencing at a line drawn across the mouth of Marl Creek from a point on the west shore of that creek at 48°02′11.069″N., 82°21′39.589″W. to a point on the east shore of that creek at 48°02′8.755″N., 82°21′18.810″W.; thence, in a southwesterly direction along Marl Creek to the most westerly boundary of Horwood Township at 47°00′3.570″N., 82°24′24.231″W.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (95) The waters of Horwood Lake in the Townships of Horwood and Keith commencing at a line drawn across the mouth of Cornice Creek from a point on the southwest shore of that creek at 48°03′27.331″N., 82°24′25.040″W. to a point on the northeast shore of that creek at 48°02′58.794″N., 82°21′49.300″W.; thence, in a northwesterly direction along Cornice Creek to the most westerly boundary of Keith Township at 48°04′23.853″N., 82°24′24.040″W.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (96) The waters of Horwood Lake in Keith Township commencing at a line drawn across the bay that enters into Hoodoo Lake from a point on the west shore of that bay at 48°06′25.584″N., 82°19′29.487″W. to a point on the east shore of that bay at 48°06′21.543″N., 82°19′29.487″W.; thence, in a northerly and northwesterly direction covering all of Hoodoo Lake to a point at the northeast corner of Hoodoo Lake where the creek enters that lake, at 48°07′36.790″N., 82°17′55.439″W.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (97) The waters of Kenogaming Lake in the geographic Township of Kenogaming from a point at the top of the rapids of the creek that flows east from Kaneki Lake at 48°06′00.31″N, 81°56′01.39″W., downstream to a line drawn from a point on the north shore of Kenogaming Lake at 48°06′10.42″N., 81°55′08.5″W. to a point on the south shore of that lake at 48°06′04.84″N., 81°55′08.22″W.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (98) [Repealed, SOR/2003-108, s. 30]

  • (99) The waters of Waterhen Creek in Ossian Township from the culvert crossing of the Pontiac-McVittie Road east to the mouth of the creek as it flows into Labyrinth Lake.

April 1 to June 14
  • (100) The waters of Racine Lake, North East Judicial Region, beginning at Latitude 48°00′25″., Longitude 83°19′50″W. where the northern boundary of Lots 8 and 9, Concession 5, D’Arcy Township, crosses Racine Lake and including all waters of the lake southward to the first rapids in Lot 10, Concession 3, D’Arcy Township at 47°57′25″N., 83°20′10″W.

April 1 to June 14
  • (101) The waters of that part of Wabikoba Creek from the downstream side of the bridge on Highway 17 to Cedar Lake (48°42′N., 85°48′W.) and including the north end of Cedar Lake not within Brother Township.

March 15 to June 15
  • (102) The waters of that part of Wabikoba Creek from the Theresa Lake dam following south and extending 200 m from the creek mouth into Wabikoba Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (103) The waters of the unnamed creek between Wabikoba Lake (48°47′N., 85°45′W.) and Ellis Lake including Edna Creek upstream to the first obstruction to fish.

March 15 to June 15
  • (104) The waters of that part of Alder Creek from the downstream side of the culvert at Highway 17 downstream to Cedar Lake and 200 m out from the creek mouth into Cedar Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (105) The waters of Cedar Creek between Cedar Lake and Little Cedar Lake, in Brothers Township, and 200 m out from each end of the creek into Cedar and Little Cedar Lakes.

March 15 to June 15
  • (106) The waters of that part of Hillsport Creek from the downstream side of the culverts on Bound Lake Road to 200 m out from the creek mouth into White Otter Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (107) The waters of the south branch of the Porcupine River in Lot 2 of Concessions I and II, and Lot 1 of Concession II of Tisdale Township, and Lot 12 of Concession II of Whitney Township extending for a distance of a 200 m radius from the mouth of the creek in an arch out into Porcupine Lake.

April 1 to June 15
  • (108) The waters of the north branch of the Porcupine River in Lots 2 and 3 of Concession III, Lots 1 and 2 of Concession II of Tisdale Township and Lot 12 of Concession II of Whitney Township extending for a distance of a 200 m radius from the mouth of the creek in an arch out into Porcupine Lake.

April 1 to June 15
  • (109) [Repealed, SOR/2004-63, s. 17]

  • (110) The waters of Oskabukuta Lake (48°34′N., 85°39′W.) located in unsurveyed territory in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (111) The waters of Hawk Lake and McVeigh Creek (48°05′N., 84°33′W.) in the Townships of Esquega and Corbiere in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: The part of Hawk Lake north of a line extending from the point on the northwest shore about 250 m south of the mouth of McVeigh Creek northeast to the north shore due south of the intersection of the Finn Town Road and Highway 547; and McVeigh Creek from Hawk Lake upstream about 3 km to the Algoma Central Railway crossing in the south part of Corbiere Township, and including all connecting waters.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (112) The waters of White Lake, Olga Creek and McGill Creek (48°52′N., 85°36′W.) in unsurveyed territory in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, described as follows: The part of Shabotik Bay on White Lake north of a line extending from the point about 300 m west of the mouth of Olga Creek southeast to the point about 650 m southeast of the mouth of Olga Creek; Olga Creek from White Lake to the small lake about 2 km upstream; and McGill Creek from Olga Creek upstream about 1 km to the west boundary of Atikameg Township.

March 15 to June 15
  • (113) The waters of Kwinkwaga Lake (48°48′N., 85°20′W.) and Kwinkwaga River located in Flood Township in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay and Johns Township in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: The bay of Kwinkwaga Lake east of a line extending from the point about 300 m north of the mouth of the Kwinkwaga River southwest to the point about 500 m west of the mouth of the Kwinkwaga River; and the Kwinkwaga River from Kwinkwaga Lake upstream about 1300 m to the widening in the river.

March 15 to June 15
  • (114) The waters of Picnic Lake and Tukanee Creek (48°36′N., 85°15′W.) located in Hunt Township in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: The bay on the southeast corner of Picnic Lake south of a line extending from the point on the east shore of the lake about 200 m northeast at the culverts of Highway 631 northwest to the point on the south shore about 200 m north of the culverts at Highway 631 including the bay known as Little Picnic Lake; and Tukanee Creek from Picnic Lake upstream about 500 m to the first pond above the small bridge.

March 15 to June 15
  • (115) The waters of Ruthie Lake (48°42′N., 85°14′W.) and its tributaries located in Common Township in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: The south bay of Ruthie Lake south of a line extending from the point on the east shore about 320 m north of the south end of the lake west to the east point of the island in the south bay and from the west point of that island west to the point on the west shore of the lake about 450 m northwest of the south end of the lake; the tributary at the southeast corner of the lake upstream to the top of the first rapids; and the tributary at the southwest corner of the lake upstream to John Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (116) The waters of Crayfish Lake (48°16′N., 85°05′W.) and its tributaries located in Killins Township in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: The two small bays at the south end of Crayfish Lake south of a line extending due east and due west through the tip of the peninsula about 200 m northwest of the inlet from West Kabenung Lake; all the tributary waters from West Kabenung Lake to Crayfish Lake; and the tributary about 200 m west of the inlet from West Kabenung Lake from Crayfish Lake to the small lake about 150 m upstream.

March 15 to June 15
  • (117) The waters of Kabenung Lake and Ruthelda Creek (48°18′N., 84°57′W.) located in Dahl Township in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: The narrow bay on the northeast corner of Kabenung Lake northeast of a line extending from the point on the north shore about 400 m southwest of the crossing at Highway 17 southwesterly to the point on the east shore about 400 m southwest of the crossing at Highway 17; and Ruthelda Creek upstream to the top of the first rapids about 700 m east of the crossing at Highway 17.

March 15 to June 15
  • (118) The waters of Dibben Bay (48°33′N., 84°13′W.) of Wabatongushi Lake and Dibben Creek in the Townships of Simpson, Moorehouse and Challener in the Territorial District of Algoma, described as follows: The part of Wabatongushi Lake northeast of a line extending from the point on the northeast shore about 1300 m west of the mouth of Dibben Creek, southeast to a point on the east shore about 1200 m southwest of Dibben Creek, and Dibben Creek from Wabatongushi Lake upstream about 4 km to Dibben Lake, and including the creek connecting Dibben Creek and the unnamed lake due north of Dibben Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (119) The waters of French Creek from Lot 15, Concession 10, to Lot 19, Concession 8, in the Township of Hanlan, Ryland Creek from Lot 19, Concession 8 to Lot 15, Concession 7 in the Township of Hanlan, and the area between Hanlan and Wolverine Lakes from Lot 13, Concession 10 to Lot 16, Concession 11 (known locally as Hanlan Narrows).

April 1 to June 14
  • (120) The waters of Banana Lake in the Township of Dalmas, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying south of a line drawn between a point on the west shore at 47°42′02″N., 83°37′24″W., and a point on the east shore at 47°41′57″N., 83°37′10″W.

Aug. 24 to Dec. 31
  • (121) The waters of the Goldie River in the Township of Delmage, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying east of a narrowing of the Goldie River at 48°04′08″N., 83°51′26″W., and extending downstream to a point at 48°04′57″N., 83°51′03″W.

March 1 to June 14
  • (122) The waters of Delmage Bay in the Township of Delmage, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying east of a line drawn from a point on the south shore of that bay at 48°04′36″N., 83°51′24″W. to a point on the north shore of that bay at 48°04′49″N., 83°51′13″W.; thence in a southerly direction along the west side of the railway tracks to a point where Delmage Bay enters the Goldie River at 48°04′14″N., 83°50′53″W.

March 1 to June 14
  • (123) The waters of Shikwamkwa Lake, Windermere River and Goldie River in the geographic Township of Echum, in the Territorial District of Algoma, upstream of a line drawn from a point on the shore of Shikwamkwa Lake at 48°07′38″N., 84°03′47″W., to another point on the shore of that lake at 48°07′36″N., 84°03′40″W.; thence to a point on the Windermere River at 48°06′55″N., 84°01′13″W., and to a point on the Goldie River at 48°08′24″N., 84°02′31″W.

March 15 to June 15
  • (124) The waters of the Kebsquasheshing River known locally as Chapleau River, in the Township of Chapleau, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying between Three Mile Rapids at 47°50′16″N., 83°27′24″W., and a narrowing in the Kebsquasheshing River at 47°50′05″N., 83°26′53″W.

April 1 to June 14
  • (125) The waters of the Nebskwashi River in the Township of Chapleau, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying between a point where Highway 129 crosses the Nebskwashi River at 47°49′10″N., 83°23′54″W., and a narrowing of the Nebskwashi River at 47°49′34″N., 83°23′36″W.

April 1 to June 14
  • (126) The waters of Borden Lake located in the Township of Cochrane, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying north of a line drawn between a point on the east shore at 47°51′58″N., 83°16′55″W., and a point on the west shore at 47°51′58″N., 83°17′25″W.

April 1 to June 14
  • (127) The waters of Borden Lake located in the Township of Cochrane, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying east of a line drawn between a point on the south shore of Grout Bay at 47°51′23″N., 83°13′25″W., and a point on the north shore of Grout Bay at 47°51′55″N., 83°13′32″W.

April 1 to June 14
  • (128) The waters of Nagasin Lake in the Townships of Caouette and Caverly in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying north of a line drawn between a point on the west shore at 47°45′13″N., 83°36′20″W., and a point on the north shore at 47°45′20″N., 83°36′07″W., including all of Bland Bay and Fagus Bay.

April 1 to June 14
  • (129) The waters of Nagasin Lake in the Township of Caouette, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying northeast of a line drawn between a point on the north shore at 47°45′44″N., 83°33′51″W., and a point on the east shore at 47°45′40″N., 83°33′44″W., including all of the remaining portions of Bird Bath Bay.

April 1 to June 14
  • (130) The waters of Nebskwashi River and Highbrush Lake in the Township of Caverley, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying northeast of a point on the Nebskwashi River at 47°43′11″N., 83°34′23″W., to a line drawn between a point on the west shore of Highbrush Lake at 47°44′11″N., 83°33′13″W., and a point on the southeast shore at 47°44′00″N., 83°32′44″W.

April 1 to June 14
  • (131) The waters of Wenebegon Lake and Wenebegon River in the Townships of Langlois and Lynch, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, lying north of a line drawn between a point on the west shore at 47°26′13″N., 83°06′13″W., and a point on the east shore at 47°26′13″N., 83°05′18″W., extending up the Wenebegon River to a point at 47°27′25″N., 83°08′12″W.

April 1 to June 14
  • (132) The waters of Bateman Lake (49°23′N., 80°04′W.) in the Township of Tomlinson.

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (133) The waters of Brayley Lake (49°31′N., 80°10′W.) in the Township of Blakelock.

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (134) The waters of Floodwood Lake (49°28′N., 80°15′W.) in the Townships of Tweed and Blakelock.

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (135) The waters of Magiskan Lake (49°28′N., 80°09′W.) in the Township of Blakelock.

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (136) The waters of Mego Lake (49°29′N., 80°08′W.) in the Township of Blakelock.

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (137) The waters of Mikwam Lake (49°31′N., 80°10′W.) in the Township of Blakelock.

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (138) The waters of Payntouk Lake (49°24′N., 79°59′W.) in the Township of Tomlinson.

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (139) The waters of Snare Lake (49°24′N., 80°06′W.) in the Township of Newman.

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (140) The waters of Twopeak Lake (49°24′N., 80°12′W.) in the Township of Newman.

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (141) The waters of Bounce Lake (49°48′N., 80°42′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (142) The waters of Esker Lake (49°50′N., 80°45′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (143) The waters of French Lake (49°39′N., 80°30′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (144) The waters of Little Wakwayowkastic Lake (49°49′N., 80°33′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (145) The waters of Louise (Choppa) Lake (49°50′N., 80°36′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (146) The waters of North French Lake (49°45′N., 80°38′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (147) The waters of Sand Lake (49°44′N., 80°43′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (148) The waters of Today Lake (49°51′N., 80°41′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (149) The waters of Tomorrow Lake (49°55′N., 80°41′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (150) The waters of Unknown Lake (49°47′N., 80°39′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (151) The waters of Yesterday Lake (49°50′N., 80°43′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (152) The waters of Anthead Lake (49°58′N., 80°40′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (153) The waters of Burnt Lake (49°42′N., 80°33′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (154) The waters of Deluxe Lake (49°52′N., 80°45′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (155) The waters of Echo Lake (50°00′N., 80°36′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (156) The waters of Hill’s Lake (49°53′N., 80°34′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (157) The waters of Keith Lake (Walter’s Lake) (49°45′N., 80°38′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (158) The waters of Larry Lake (49°44′N., 80°34′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (159) The waters of Lauzon Lake (49°49′N., 80°48′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (160) The waters of Marsh Lake (49°58′N., 80°36′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (161) The waters of Moose Lake (49°40′N., 80°34′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (162) The waters of Moving Rock Lake (49°49′N., 80°38′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (163) The waters of North Choppa Lake (49°51′N., 80°35′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (164) The waters of North Unknown Lake (49°48′N., 80°41′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (165) The waters of South Choppa Lake (49°49′N., 80°37′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (166) The waters of Verana Lake (49°49′N., 80°33′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (167) The waters of Yesterday River Lake (49°49′N., 80°46′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (168) The waters of West Choppa Lake (49°50′N., 80°38′W.).

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (169) The waters of Madoson Lake (48°54′N., 86°10′W.).

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (170) The waters of Buhl Lake (49°17′N., 86°19′W.).

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (171) The waters of Cirrus Lake (48°55′N., 86°10′W.).

Jan. 1 to Feb. 15 and Mar. 15 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (172) The waters of Duncannon Lake (47°56′N., 83°25′W.) in the Townships of Panet and Marshall in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (173) The waters of McPhail Lake (48°14′14″N., 80°43′28″W.) in the Township of Michie in the Territorial District of Timiskaming.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (174) The waters of Minisinakwa Lake in the Territorial District of Sudbury from the northern point of the first island at the mouth of the Makami River (47°40′N., 81°45′W.) continuing north for 13 km to 100 m north of the top of the falls on the Makami River (47°46′N., 81°46′W.).

March 15 to June 15
  • (175) The waters of Minisinakwa Lake in the Territorial District of Sudbury from Benneweis Bay (47°34′N., 81°43′W.) continuing west for 3 km along Benneweis Creek to the first pond, excluding the unnamed lake at 47°34′N, 81°44′W.

March 15 to June 15
  • (176) The waters of Duckbreast and Groves Lakes in the Territorial District of Sudbury beginning at the narrowing of the south end of Duckbreast Lake (47°39′N., 81°37′W.) continuing in a southerly direction along the creek that flows into the waters known locally as Spruce Lake and extending 100 m into the north end of Groves Lake (47°38′N., 81°36′W.).

March 15 to June 15
  • (177) The waters of Nabakwasi River in the Territorial District of Sudbury, including the entire river from the south boundary of the existing sanctuary on the Brunswick/Togo Township line (47°40′N., 81°31′W.) south to but not including Nabakwasi Lake (47°38′N, 81°27′W.).

March 15 to June 15
  • (178) The waters of those parts of Michiwakenda and Okawakenda Lakes in the Territorial District of Sudbury, beginning at the first narrowing of the northwest bay of Michiwakenda Lake (47°38′20.2″N., 81°13′46″W. to 47°38′18.1″N., 81°13′49.8″W.) and extending 100 m into the southeast bay of Okawakenda Lake (47°38′43″N., 81°14′32.3″W. to 47°38′44.8″N., 81°14′31.5″W.) and including the creek that joins the two lakes.

March 15 to June 15
  • (179) The waters of the northeast corner of Edna Lake (47°05′N., 81°13′W.) north of a line drawn due east from a point at the center of the island in Edna Lake to the shore of that lake and east of a line drawn due north from the same center point of the same island to the north shore of the lake, and including the waters of Thor Lake (47°08′N., 81°17′W.) and the Vermillion River from the point where the Vermillion River enters Edna Lake and extending 400 m into Thor Lake; all in the Territorial District of Sudbury.

March 15 to June 15
  • (180) The waters of Solo Creek and Thor Lake in the Territorial District of Sudbury from the C.N.R. bridge on Solo Creek north to Thor Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (181) The waters of the west arm of Mesomikenda Lake and the Somme River, in the geographic Townships of Somme and Neville, west of a line drawn from a point on the north shore of Mesomikenda Lake (47°41′15″N., 81°53′20″W.) to a point on the south shore of that lake (47°40′45″N., 81°53′10″W.); thence upstream in a southwesterly direction, to the outlet of Neville Lake (47°39′25″N., 81°54′30″W.).

April 1 to June 14
  • (182) The waters of Lake Number 21 (47°37′N., 80°57′W.), Tyrrell Township, Territorial District of Timiskaming.

January 1 to December 31
Division 20
17
  • (1) The waters of that part of the Esnagami River in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay extending downstream from the northern boundary of Esnagami Township at Latitude 50°21′36″N., Longitude 86°46′45″W. to the second set of rapids at Latitude 50°25′20″N., Longitude 86°40′45″W.

April 1 to June 14
  • (2) The waters of that part of the Kawashkagama River in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay extending upstream from the point where the Kawashkagama River enters Abamasagi Lake to a line drawn perpendicularly across the said river 100 m above the falls known as Albert Falls.

April 1 to June 14
Division 21
18
  • (1) The waters of Gessie Lake in the geographic Township of Goodfellow; Ice Lake partly in the geographic Township of Goodfellow and partly in the Grand Trunk Pacific Block 2; Henderson Lake partly in the Grand Trunk Pacific Block 2 and partly in lands lying to the west thereof; Argon Lake and Savanne Lake in the Grand Trunk Pacific Block 2; all in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (2) The waters of the McIntyre River in the City of Thunder Bay lying between the footbridge on the property of Lakehead University and two dams upstream at the foot of the artificial pond on the said property.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (3) The waters of Sawmill Creek and that part of Sawmill Bay of Upper Shebandowan Lake, in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, extending northeasterly from the most westerly extremity of said Sawmill Bay to a line drawn on a course of north 23°00′ west across said Sawmill Bay from a point on the south shore which is also a point on the northeasterly shore of Firefly Creek.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (4) The waters of that part of Greenwater Creek and that part of Upper Shebandowan Lake in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, bounded on the east by the dam on Greenwater Creek and on the west by two lines drawn on a course of south 45°00′ east from the most northeasterly and from the most southwesterly shores of an unnamed island situated 150 m northwesterly from the mouth of Greenwater Creek, to intersect the shore of Upper Shebandowan Lake.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (5) The waters of that part of the Kashabowie River and that part of Upper Shebandowan Lake in the geographic Township of Haines, in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, bounded by the dam at the outlet of Kashabowie Lake and by two lines positioned in Upper Shebandowan Lake described as follows: Commencing at the point of intersection of a line drawn on a course of west astronomic from the most southerly point on the shore of Pernu Island with the northerly shore of Upper Shebandowan Lake; thence east astronomically to a point 100 m east of the most easterly shore of Pernu Island; thence north astronomically to the intersection with the northerly shore of Upper Shebandowan Lake.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (6) The waters of that part of the swamp River and that part of Swamp Bay of Lower Shebandowan Lake in the geographic townships of Conacher and Hagey, in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, extending downstream from the confluence of the Swamp River and Drift Creek to Latitude 48°37′20″N. drawn across said Swamp Bay.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (7) The waters of Elevation Lake (Latitude 48°20′N., Longitude 90°52′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Sept. 16 to May 31
  • (8) The waters of Squeers Lake (Latitude 48°31′N., Longitude 90°33′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (9) The waters of Grouse Lake (Latitude 48°32′N., Longitude 90°33′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Sept. 16 to May 31
  • (10) The waters of Hood Lake (Latitude 48°29′N., Longitude 90°39′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Sept. 16 to May 31
  • (11) The waters of Myrt Lake (Latitude 48°27′N., Longitude 90°44′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Sept. 16 to May 31
  • (12) The waters of North Mawn Lake (Latitude 49°36′N., Longitude 90°25′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Sept. 16 to May 31
  • (13) The waters of Watershed Lake (Latitude 48°32′N., Longitude 90°32′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Sept. 16 to May 31
  • (14) The waters of an unnamed lake known locally as Partridge Lake (Latitude 48°32′N., Longitude 90°34′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Sept. 16 to May 31
  • (31) All those waters of Granite River and Saganaga Lake, in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, being more particularly described as follows: beginning at the intersection of the International Boundary between Canada and the United States of America with the base of the Saganaga Falls on the Granite River; thence northerly along the said International Boundary a distance of 400 m; thence east astronomically 40 m, more or less, to the intersection with a line drawn north astronomically from a point in the water’s edge at the most northerly extremity of the shore of a small island near the mouth of the Granite River; thence south astronomically along that said line and its southerly production to the water’s edge along the southerly shore of Saganaga Lake; thence in a general westerly and southerly direction following along the water’s edge of Saganaga Lake and Granite River to a point distant 200 m from the top of the said Saganaga Falls; thence southwesterly to the said International Boundary along a line drawn perpendicular to the said International Boundary; thence northerly along the said International Boundary to the place of beginning.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (32) All those waters of Little North Lake, Pine River and Little Gunflint Lake, in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, which said waters are bound on the east by a line drawn perpendicular to the International Boundary between Canada and the United States of America, through a point on the northerly shore of Little North Lake, which said point is distant 120 m measured easterly along the said shore from the outlet of the said lake, and on the west by a line drawn perpendicular to the said International Boundary through a point on the northerly shore of Little Gunflint Lake which said point is distant 150 m measured westerly along the said shore from the outlet of Pine River at Little Gunflint Lake.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (33) All those waters of Maligne River and Curran Bay of Saganaga Lake, in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay, which said waters are bound on the east by the top of the Maligne River Rapids and on the west by a line drawn northeasterly from a point in the water’s edge at the most northeasterly extremity of a peninsula of land on the southwesterly shore of the said Curran Bay to the nearest point on the northeasterly shore thereof, which said peninsula is distant 800 m, more or less, from the top of the said rapids.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (34) The waters of Gapen’s Pool (49°01′N., 88°15′W.), consisting of that part of the Nipigon River lying east of a line drawn north from the eastern shore abutment of Highways Number 11 and 17 bridge to the westernmost tip of a point of land on the eastern shore of the outflow from Lake Helen.

The first Tuesday following Labour Day to the Friday preceding the fourth Saturday in May
  • (35) Nipigon River (Parmacheene) (49°05′N., 88°19′W.) from the downstream edge of the Parmacheene C.N.R. bridge abutments upstream approximately 400 meters to the first narrows.

The first Tuesday following Labour Day to the Friday preceding the last Saturday in May
  • (36) [Repealed, SOR/2001-50, s. 21]

  • (45) The waters of the Weikwabinonaw River from Trafalgar Bay on Northern Light Lake extending upstream to its confluence with Nelson Creek, including the unnamed lake known locally as Lily Lake in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (46) The waters of Weikwabinonaw River between Marks Lake and Weikwabinonaw Lake.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (47) [Repealed, SOR/2005-26, s. 25]

  • (50) The waters of that part of the Savanne River between its confluence with One Mile Creek and its confluence with Dexter Creek.

April 1 to May 31
  • (51) The waters of that part of the Little Savanne River between the C.P.R. right-of-way and the first C.N.R. right-of-way.

April 1 to May 31
  • (52) The waters of that part of the Nipigon River downstream of the Alexander Dam lying east of a line drawn south from the Alexander Dam log chute to the northernmost tip of the point of land on the east shore of the Nipigon River in the Township of Purdom in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

The first Tuesday following Labour Day to the Friday preceding the fourth Saturday in May
Division 22
19
  • (1) The waters in the geographic townships of Echo, Lomond, Pickerel and Vermilion, in the Territorial District of Kenora, and known as Maskinonge Lake, Hooch Lake and Cloudlet Lake; the stream flowing easterly into the waters known as Cloudlet Lake from the westerly boundary of the geographic Township of Echo; the stream between the waters known as Cloudlet Lake and Hooch Lake; the stream between the waters known as Hooch Lake and Maskinonge Lake; and the stream flowing easterly out of the waters known as Maskinonge Lake to its mouth in the waters known as Little Vermilion Lake.

January 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in June and December 1 to December 31
  • (2) The waters of Grimshaw Lake (Latitude 48°58′N., Longitude 93°02′W.) in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Rainy River lying northerly of the geographic townships of Halkirk and Watten.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (7) The waters of that part of a bay of Sabaskong Bay of Lake of the Woods in the geographic Township of Godson, in the Territorial District of Kenora, lying southeasterly of a line drawn southwesterly from the northwesterly corner of location LK 328 to the most northerly extremity of location HL 20.

April 1 to May 31
  • (8) The waters of that part of Cedar Lake (formerly known as East Cedar Lake) and the Cedar River lying northerly of the geographic Township of Wauchope in the Territorial District of Kenora, extending 2 250 m northeasterly of a bridge across the southerly part of Cedar Lake and southerly of the said bridge to the northerly extremity of an unnamed lake which is 301.8 m southerly of Louise Rapids on the Cedar River.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (9) [Repealed, SOR/2005-26, s. 26]

  • (10) The waters of Scattergood Lake (Latitude 49°18′N., Longitude 92°43′W.) in the Territorial District of Kenora.

Sept. 1 to July 31
  • (11) The waters of Twill Lake, the stream between Twill Lake and Flower Lake, Flower Lake, the stream between Flower Lake and Twinflower Lake, the stream between Twinflower Lake and Parnes Lake, Parnes Lake, Twinflower Creek between Twinflower Lake and Twin Bay in Minnitaki Lake extending approximately 300 m north to the parallel of latitude 49°58′34″N. in the Territorial District of Kenora.

Apr. 11 to June 15
  • (12) The waters of an unnamed stream known locally as Laclu Creek or Belle Creek lying within the north half of Lot 15 in Concession II and the south half of Lot 15 in Concession III in the geographic Township of Pellatt in the Territorial District of Kenora.

April 1 to May 31
  • (13) The waters of an unnamed stream known locally as Island Creek lying within lots 10 and 11 in Concession VI in the geographic Township of Haycock in the Territorial District of Kenora.

April 1 to May 31
  • (19) The waters of that part of a creek known locally as Moose Creek in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Kenora lying between Big Moose Lake (Latitude 49°55′40″N., Longitude 93°37′30″W.), and Cobble Lake (Latitude 49°53′N., Longitude 93°37′W.), and including that part of the waters of Cobble Lake situated in Lot 12 in concessions II and III in the Township of Smellie.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (20) The waters of that part of Rugby Lake in the geographic townships of Ladysmith and Rowell, in the Territorial District of Kenora, lying northerly of the south boundary of the said geographic townships.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (21) The waters of that part of Ladysmith Creek in the geographic Township of Ladysmith lying between the confluence of Ladysmith Creek and a creek flowing out of an unnamed lake known locally as Tent Lake (Latitude 50°00′N., Longitude 92°59′W.) and Rugby Lake.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (22) The waters of that part of the unnamed creek in the geographic Township of Ladysmith lying between an unnamed lake known locally as Tent Lake (Latitude 50°00′N., Longitude 92°59′W.) and Ladysmith Creek.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (23) The waters of that part of Passover Creek in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Kenora lying between the southern end of Meridian Bay of Eagle Lake (Latitude 49°42′N., Longitude 93°13′W.) and Chancellor Lake.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (24) The waters of the west branch of the Winnipeg River in the Town of Kenora from the downstream face of the Norman Dam to a line drawn in a westerly direction from the most westerly tip of Tunnel Island to the most northerly point of Patent Property A-16.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (25) [Repealed, SOR/90-229, s. 37]

  • (26) [Repealed, SOR/2005-26, s. 26]

  • (27) The waters of Beak Lake (Latitude 49°15′N., Longitude 92°16′W.) in the Territorial District of Kenora.

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (28) The waters of that part of the Trout River in the territorial districts of Kenora and Rainy River being at approximate Latitude 49°01′N., Longitude 92°53′W., and extending downstream from the falls at the outlet from Sakwite Lake to Otukamanoan Lake.

April 1 to June 14
  • (29) The waters of that part of Squirrel Falls in the Territorial District of Rainy River situated between Namakan Lake and Rainy Lake, extending 250 m from the northerly end and 200 m from the southerly end of the face of the dam known as Canadian Kettle Falls dam.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (34) The waters of Eagle Lake (Latitude 49°42′N., Longitude 93°13′W.) in the Territorial District of Kenora including Brûlé Narrows, Whiteclay Narrows, Niven Bay and Bunyon Lake and connecting waters, and including the tributaries known as Godson Creek from Ingal Lake, Kekekwa Creek from Kekekwa Lake and Wawapus Creek from Wawapus Lake, and the tributaries to said Niven Bay extending 2 km from the shores of Niven Bay.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (35) [Repealed, SOR/2003-108, s. 32]

  • (36) The waters of that part of Megikons River and Sowden Lake in the Territorial District of Kenora extending downstream from the confluence of Megikons River and Reba River to Longitude 91°10′00″W drawn through Sowden Lake.

Apr. 15 to June 14
  • (37) The waters of that part of English River in the Territorial District of Kenora extending downstream from a line drawn perpendicular through the most southerly point of an unnamed island at Talking Falls to the parallel of Latitude 49°33′45″N. drawn across Franks Lake.

Apr. 15 to June 14
  • (38) The waters of that part of Agimak River and the waters of Little Indian Lake in the geographic Township of Gour in the Territorial District of Kenora extending downstream from Sandbar Lake to the mouth of Agimak River where it enters Indian Lake at Latitude 49°29′00″N. drawn across Indian Lake.

Apr. 15 to June 14
  • (39) The waters of Camp Creek and that part of Indian Lake in the geographic Township of Gour in the Territorial District of Kenora located between Camp Lake and Longitude 91°41′30″W. drawn through Indian Lake.

Apr. 15 to June 14
  • (40) The waters of Barnard Creek in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay located between Fourbay Lake and Eady Lake.

Apr. 15 to June 14
  • (41) The waters of that part of Eagle Lake (49°42′N., 93°13′W.) in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Kenora, described as follows: bounded on the south by a line drawn west astronomically from the point of land known as Bear Point in the narrowest section of Bear Narrows, bounded on the west by the shorelines of Eagle Lake and of Froghead Bay, bounded on the east by the shorelines of Eagle Lake and the bay known as Rice Bay, and bounded on the north by a line drawn from the shoreline of Eagle Lake at the point on the north side of the entrance to Froghead Bay extending northeast to the shoreline of Eagle Lake at the southern boundary of the Eagle Lake Indian Reserve.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (42) The waters of that part of Eagle Lake (49°42′N., 93°13′W.) and an unnamed lake known locally as Violet Lake in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Kenora, lying within lines described as follows: bounded on the west by a line drawn north and south astronomically across the unnamed bay of Eagle Lake adjacent to the inflow from Violet Lake at a point distant 750 m measured west astronomically from the bottom of the rapids known as One Mile Rapids, bounded on the north and south by the shorelines of Eagle Lake, Violet Lake and the unnamed creek between One Mile Rapids and the rapids known as Two Mile Rapids, and bounded on the east by a line drawn north and south astronomically across the outlet of Violet Lake at a point distant 250 m measured east astronomically from the top of Two Mile Rapids.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (43) The waters of that part of Nugget Creek in the geographic Township of Zealand in the Territorial District of Kenora lying between the confluence of Hughes Creek and Nugget Creek and the Canadian Pacific Railway crossing at the mouth of Nugget Creek at Wabigoon Lake.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (44) [Repealed, SOR/2005-26, s. 26]

  • (45) The waters of that part of Wabigoon Lake in the geographic Township of Zealand in the Territorial District of Kenora extending from the shoreline of Christie Island to a distance of 100 m.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (46) The waters of that part of the Wabigoon River in the geographic Township of Satterly in the Territorial District of Kenora lying between the bridge crossing the Wabigoon River on the road known as the Snake Bay Road and the boundary of the Wabigoon Lake Indian Reserve.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (47) The waters of that part of Ord Lake known as Puzzle Bay in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Kenora and described as follows: all the waters of Puzzle Bay south of a line drawn east and west astronomically across the unnamed narrows at Latitude 50°08′18″N.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (50) The waters of that part of Meridian Bay of Eagle Lake (49°42′N., 93°13′W.) in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Kenora lying south of a line drawn east and west astronomically across the said Bay at Latitude 49°38′N.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (53) [Repealed, SOR/91-113, s. 34]

  • (54) The waters of that part of Little Canoe River, situated at approximate Latitude 48°54′N., Longitude 93°18′W., lying between Vane Lake (48°58′N., 93°15′W.) and Rainy Lake (48°42′N., 93°10′W.).

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (55) The waters of that part of Big Canoe River, situated at approximate Latitude 48°48′N., Longitude 93°13′W., lying between the first narrows of the river upstream from Rainy Lake (48°42′N., 93°10′W.) and the upstream face of the water control dam at Mainville Lake (48°51′N., 93°13′W.) .

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (56) The waters of Halfway Inlet and Lost Bay of Rainy Lake situated at approximate Latitude 48°49′N., Longitude 93°30′W.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (57) The waters of Stanjikoming Bay of Rainy Lake including Boot Bay, Waikwayigum Bay, Wasaw Bay and Frog Creek up to and including the waters under the bridge on McIrvine Road crossing the said creek.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (58) The waters of Crooked Narrows of Rainy Lake from the narrows at the entrance to Crooked Narrows in Redgut Bay upstream to and including the first waterfall, known as Sand Island Falls of Big Turtle River.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (59) The waters of Porter Inlet of Rainy Lake from the narrows at the entrance to Porter Inlet in Redgut Bay, including the waters of Muskeg Creek up to and including the first waterfall, known as Sawbill Falls.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (60) The waters of that part of Pipestone River, from its mouth at Stokes Bay of Rainy Lake upstream to and including the first rapids.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (61) The waters of that part of Falls River from its mouth at Stokes Bay of Rainy Lake upstream to and including the first rapids.

Apr. 1 to June 14
  • (62) [Repealed, SOR/95-589, s. 15]

  • (63) The waters of Rat River Bay of Rainy Lake 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.

  • (64) The waters of that part of the Winnipeg River in the Town of Kenora in the Territorial District of Kenora from the Norman Dam to a line drawn westerly from the westernmost tip of Tunnel Island to the northernmost point of Patent Property A-16.

Apr. 1 to May 31
  • (65) The waters of the English River between English River Falls downstream to include all of Grassy Bay of Minnitaki Lake to a line drawn from the western shore of Minnitaki Lake starting at 49°55′49″N., 91°48′29″W. to the most southerly point of Nicks Island, then continuing to the eastern shore of Minnitaki Lake at 49°56′14″N., 91°47′46″W.

April 1 to June 15
  • (66) The waters of Nelson Lake, contained within Cedar Lake, of the Territorial District of Kenora, commencing at a line between the western shoreline at approximately 50°13′09″N., 93°09′44″W., and the eastern shoreline at 50°13′05″N., 93°09′26″W., then upstream in a northerly direction including the north part of Nelson Lake and including the creek and Richmond Lake at approximately 50°14′26″N., 93°09′14″W.

April 1 to May 31
  • (67) The waters of Mud Lake, contained within Wabaskang Lake, of the Territorial District of Kenora, commencing at its mouth where it enters Wabaskang Lake at 50°25′21″N., 93°14′01″W.

April 1 to May 31
  • (68) The waters of that part of the Ord River in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Kenora commencing at the abandoned wooden bridge crossing the river at approximately 50°15′22″N., 93°01′40″W.; thence upstream in a southerly direction to the top of the first set of rapids at approximately 50°12′55″N., 93°01′08″W.

April 1 to May 31
  • (69) The waters of that part of Jackfish Creek in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Kenora commencing at the outlet from Jackfish Lake, at the top end of the rapids at approximately 50°15′44″N., 93°11′49″W.; thence downstream in a northerly direction to the mouth of Jackfish Creek where it enters Perrault Lake at approximately 50°06′37″N., 93°10′53″W.

Apr. 1 to May 31
Division 22A
19.01The waters of that part of Perrault Falls and Wabaskang Lake in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Kenora lying between the bridge on Highway 105 in the Town of Perrault Falls and a line drawn east and west astronomically across the narrows at the inflow to Wabaskang Lake at a distance of 500 m measured northeast astronomically from the aforementioned bridge.April 1 to May 31
Division 24
19.02The waters of Zeemel Lake (52°34′N., 90°22′W.) including the Paseminon River upstream to a point 300 m above Musselwhite Mine RoadJanuary 1 to December 31
Division 25
19.03
  • (1) The waters of Edgar Lake (50°22′N., 80°23′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (2) The waters of McParlon Lake (50°09′N., 80°42′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (3) The waters of Nettogami Lake (50°13′N., 80°34′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (4) The waters of Piyagoskogau Lake (50°14′N., 80°25′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (5) The waters of Bill’s Lake (50°07′N., 80°36′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (6) The waters of Partridge Lake (50°24′N., 80°19′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (7) The waters of Pot Hole Lake (50°08′N., 80°40′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (8) The waters of Rainy Lake (50°05′N., 80°36′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (9) The waters of South West Kesagami Lake (50°17′N., 80°23′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (10) The waters of Steve’s Lake (50°05′N., 80°38′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (11) The waters of Echo Lake (50°00′N., 80°36′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (12) The waters of Lauzon Lake (49°49′N., 80°48′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (13) The waters of Moving Rock Lake (49°49′N., 80°38′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
  • (14) The waters of Yesterday River Lake (49°49′N., 80°46′W.)

November 1 to the Friday before the third Saturday in May
Division 26
19.1
  • (1) The waters of Triangle Bay of the southwest arm of Lake Temagami in the geographic townships of Phyllis and Vogt in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (2) The waters of Gull Creek from the dam at the outlet of Gull Lake to Lake Temagami and Lake Temagami within 200 m of its confluence with that creek in the geographic townships of Scholes and Phyllis in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (3) The waters of Spawning Creek from Spawning Lake to Spawning Bay, Spawning Bay and that part of Loon Bay of Lake Temagami north of a line drawn from east to west from the southernmost point of island number 1022 in the geographic townships of Briggs and Joan in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (4) The waters of that part of Kokoko Bay lying north of a line drawn from east to west across that bay from the northernmost point of island number 1063 in Lake Temagami in the geographic Township of Joan in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
Division 27
20
  • (1) The waters of Lake Nipissing in the Township of Himsworth North lying east of the northerly projection of the eastern boundary of Lot 9, Concession XXIV and south of a line joining this projection, where it meets Lake Nipissing, to the northwest tip of Burford Point and the mouth of the Wistiwasing River.

Mar. 16 to May 31 and Oct. 1 to Nov. 30
  • (2) The waters of the Sturgeon River and Lake Nipissing in the Township of Springer in the Territorial District of Nipissing lying between the bridge that forms part of Highway Number 17 and a line drawn southerly from the east boundary of Lot 8, Concession C, to an unnamed island at the mouth of the Sturgeon River and westerly from the northwesterly extremity of that island to the westerly shore of the Sturgeon River as shown on the plan of the Township of Springer.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding Victoria Day and Oct. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (3) The waters of Lake Nipissing lying between the water’s edge along the shore of Iron Island at approximate Latitude 46°16′N., Longitude 79°53′W. in the Territorial District of Nipissing and a line 100 m in perpendicular distance from the said water’s edge of Iron Island.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding Victoria Day
  • (4) The waters of the South River lying between the bridge that forms part of Highway Number 654 and the northerly boundary of Concession XIV in the Township of Nipissing in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

Mar. 16 to the Friday preceding Victoria Day and Oct. 1 to Dec. 31
Division 28
21
  • (1) The waters of Blue Jay Creek in the geographic Township of Tehkummah in the Territorial District of Manitoulin.

Mar. 1 to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (2) The waters of that part of the Manitou River in the Township of Tehkummah in the Territorial District of Manitoulin lying between the bridge on the Government Road in Lot 25 in Concession IV and Michael Bay of Lake Huron.

Mar. 1 to the Friday preceding the second Saturday in May
  • (3) The waters of Mindemoya River in Carnarvon Township from the bridge (dam) on Highway 551/542 downstream to the bridge on Highway 551 (just south from the Village of Providence Bay).

Sept. 25 to Oct. 31
  • (4) The waters of the Kagawong River in Billings Township from the bridge (dam) on the Kagawong River at Highway 540 downstream to the bridge on Henry Street in the Village of Kagawong (local name of the street that proceeds northerly from the main street to Concession 16 road of Billings Township, crossing the Kagawong River).

Sept. 25 to Oct. 31
  • (5) The waters of Manitou River in Tehkummah Township from the bridge on Government Road downstream to the mouth of Manitou River at Michael’s Bay on Lake Huron.

Sept. 25 to Oct. 31
  • (6) The waters of Blue Jay Creek in Tehkummah Township from the bridge on Concession VI in Tehkummah Township, downstream to the mouth of Blue Jay Creek at Michael’s Bay on Lake Huron.

Sept. 25 to Oct. 31
  • (7) The waters of that part of Bass Creek (45º48′N., 82º01′W.) from the culvert on Highway 6 downstream to the mouth of Bass Creek at Sheguiandah Bay.

April 1 to June 15
Division 29
21.1
  • (1) The waters of that part of the Mississippi River and Crotch Lake in the geographic Township of Palmerston in the County of Frontenac from the upstream side of Sidedam Rapids to a line drawn perpendicular to the northern shore of Skull Island (44°57′N., 75°48′W.).

Mar. 1 to the first Monday in June
  • (2) The waters of Ashby Lake (45°05′N., 77°21′W.) in the Geographic Township of Ashby.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (3) The waters of Barker Lake (45°07′N., 77°23′W.) in the Geographic Township of Ashby.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (4) The waters of Fox Lake (45°06′N., 77°20′W.) in the Geographic Township of Ashby/Denbigh.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (5) The waters of Joeperry Lake (44°55′N., 77°18′W.) in the Geographic Township of Effingham.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (6) The waters of Kishkebus Lake (44°54′N., 77°10′W.) in the Geographic Township of Barrie.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (7) The waters of Leatherroot Lake (45°10′N., 77°13′W.) in the Geographic Township of Denbigh.

Dec. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
Division 30
22
  • (1) The waters of that part of the Root River in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, lying between Latitude 50°39′N. and Latitude 50°42′30″N.

December 1 to June 14
  • (2) The waters of the mouth of the Wenasaga River extending from the rapids situated at 50º39′50″N., 93º10′30″W. to the most southerly sides of the unnamed islands situated at the point where the Wenasaga River enters Lac Seul.

April 1 to June 14
  • (3) The waters of Vaughan Lake (Latitude 50°13′N., Longitude 92°22′W.) in the Territorial District of Kenora.

December 1 to June 14
  • (4) The waters of that part of the Root River lying between Latitude 50°52′30″N. and Latitude 50°42′30″N.

September 1 to June 14
Division 31
23
  • (7) The waters of that part of the Chukuni River and Hoyles Bay of Red Lake, situated at approximately 51°09′30″N., 93°45′30″W., in the geographic Townships of McDonough and Bateman, in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, lying between the first narrows of Little Vermilion Lake at the beginning of the outflow of the Chukuni River, and then downstream to include Hoyles Bay of Red Lake, marked by a line drawn from the northwest point of East Narrows, then due west to the peninsula on the west shore of Hoyles Bay.

April 15 to May 31
  • (8) The waters of that part of Golden Creek and East Bay of Red Lake, situated at approximately 51°10′30″N., 93°40′30″W., in the geographic Township of Bateman, in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, lying between the Pine Ridge Road and a line drawn northwest from the first point of land immediately west of Pindar Creek to a point on the opposite shore of East Bay.

April 15 to May 31
  • (9) The waters of that part of an unnamed creek known locally as Parker Creek and an unnamed bay of Red Lake, situated at approximate Latitude 51°01′N., Longitude 93°59′W. in the geographic Township of Fairlie in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, extending from the top of the rapids at the outlet of Parker Lake to a line drawn across the mouth of the said unnamed bay.

Apr. 15 to May 31
  • (10) The waters of Ranger Lake, Ranger Creek and the north portion of Gullrock Lake in the geographic Township of Ranger, in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, marked by a line drawn from a point of land on the west shore of Gullrock Lake, approximately 51°02′N., 94°35′W., running southeasterly to the point of land at 51°01′30″N., 93°34′50″W., on the east shore.

April 15 to May 31
  • (11) The waters of the south half of Bruce Lake (50°47′N., 93°22′W.) in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, lying between Highway 105 and the causeway of the Griffith mine site.

Apr. 15 to May 31
  • (12) The waters of that part of an unnamed bay on the western shore of Pakwash Lake, known locally as Fisherman’s Bay, situated at approximate Latitude 50°46′N., Longitude 93°32′W. in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, lying west of a line drawn in a general northerly direction across the mouth of the said bay from the most northeasterly point of land on the peninsula at the southeast corner of the bay to a point on the north shore of the bay marked by a buoy.

Apr. 15 to May 31
  • (13) The waters of the North Arm of Savant Lake in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay described as follows: Commencing at the intersection of the water’s edge along the southerly shore of a bay of the North Arm of Savant Lake with a line drawn on a course of north astronomic a distance of 0.700 km, more or less, from a point on the north boundary of the geographic Township of Savant distant 1.93 km measured easterly thereon from the northwest corner of that township; thence north astronomically across that bay to the water’s edge along the northerly shore thereof; thence in a general westerly direction along that water’s edge to the intersection with a line drawn on a course of north astronomic from a point on the north boundary of the geographic Township of Savant distant 1.10 km measured easterly thereon from the northwest corner of that township; thence south astronomically along that line to the intersection with the water’s edge along the southerly shore of the bay of the North Arm of Savant Lake; thence in a general southeasterly and northeasterly direction following that water’s edge to the place of beginning.

Apr. 15 to June 20
  • (14) The waters of Lee Lake (Latitude 50°56′N., Longitude 94°11′W.) in the geographic Townships of Mulcahy and Killala in the Territorial District of Kenora, Patricia Portion.

Mar. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (15) The waters of that part of the Vermillion River in the Territorial District of Kenora lying between Elbow Lake (Latitude 50°21′N., Longitude 91°35′W.) and Expanse Lake (Latitude 50°20′30″N., Longitude 91°44′30″W.) and the tributaries thereto draining into the hereinbefore described part of the Vermilion River.

Apr. 14 to June 5
  • (16) [Repealed, SOR/2005-26, s. 29]

  • (17) The waters of Alford Lake (Latitude 51°08′N., Longitude 94°00′W.) in the Township of Graves in the Territorial District of Kenora.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (18) [Repealed, SOR/2004-63, s. 18]

  • (19) The waters of Para Lake (51°05′N., 93°59′W.) in the geographic Township of Fairlie in the Territorial District of Kenora.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (22) The waters of that part of the Troutlake River commencing at the top of Whitefish Falls to a point 2 km downstream where the river intersects Latitude 50°52′N.

April 15 to May 31
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  • (1) The waters of Lilac Lake (Latitude 48°18′N., Longitude 92°23′W.) in the Territorial District of Rainy River lying between Little Vermilion Lake and Lac la Croix.

Oct. 1 to May 31
  • (2) The waters of Trout Lake (Latitude 48°17′N., Longitude 92°21′W.) in the Territorial District of Rainy River lying between Little Vermilion Lake and Lac la Croix.

Oct. 1 to May 31
  • (3) The waters of White Otter Lake (Latitude 49°07′N., Longitude 91°52′W.) in the Territorial District of Kenora.

April 1 to June 14
  • (4) The waters of Crook Lake (Latitude 49°04′N., Longitude 92°08′W.) in the Territorial District of Kenora.

Feb. 1 to June 30 and Aug. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (5) The waters of Rutter Lake (Latitude 49°04′N., Longitude 92°12′W.) in the Territorial District of Kenora.

Feb. 1 to June 30 and Aug. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (6) The waters of Secret Lake (Latitude 49°05′N., Longitude 92°09′W.) in the Territorial District of Kenora.

Feb. 1 to June 30 and Aug. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (7) The waters of Little Grey Trout Lake (Latitude 49°03′N., Longitude 92°03′W.) in the Territorial District of Kenora.

Feb. 1 to June 30 and Aug. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (8) [Repealed, SOR/2005-26, s. 30]

  • (9) The waters of that part of Crowrock Lake (48°58′N., 91°49′W.), in the Territorial District of Rainy River, upstream from the narrows at 49°00′00″N., 91°43′50″W.

May 15 to June 15
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  • (1) [Repealed, SOR/99-456, s. 38]

  • (2) The waters of Cosgrave Lake (49°14′N., 87°56′W.) in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Sept. 1 to June 30
  • (3) The waters of Killala Lake (49°05′N., 86°32′W.) in the unsurveyed portion of the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (4) The waters of Upper Roslyn Lake (49°15′N., 87°29′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (5) The waters of an unnamed lake known locally as Southeast Campcot Lake (49°03′N., 86°37′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (6) The waters of the unnamed lake known as Wylie Lake (49°02′N., 86°45′W.).

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (7) The waters of Borealis Lake (49°01′N., 86°44′W.).

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • (8) The waters of that part of the Kagiano River (at the south end of Kagiano Lake), upstream from Kagiano Lake to the first small unnamed lake and 200 m out from the river mouth into Kagiano Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (9) The waters of that part of Gentian Creek, between Lobelia Lake and Kagiano Lake, from the unnamed lake downstream to Kagiano Lake and approximately 1000 m out from the mouth of Gentian Creek into Kagiano Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (10) The waters of that part of the unnamed creek situated 500 m south of Kagiano River Inlet, at the south end of Kagiano Lake, from the first obstruction to fish to 200 m out from the creek mouth into Kagiano Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (11) The waters of that part of the unnamed creek situated in a small bay east of the southernmost narrows, at the south end of Kagiano Lake, from the first obstruction to fish to 200 m out from the creek mouth into Kagiano Lake.

March 15 to June 15
  • (12) The waters of that part of Kagiano River at Michal Lake, from the location where Marmota Creek joins the Kagiano River, upstream to the top of the rapids.

March 15 to June 15
  • (13) The waters of Onaman Lake (50°00′N., 87°26′W.) in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay.

March 1 to June 1
  • (14) The waters of that part of Kagiano Lake, known as Palmquist Bay, between the mouth of Palmquist River (49°24′00″N.) to where Palmquist Bay meets Kagiano Lake (49°21′00″N.).

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (15) The waters of that part of the Kagiano River lying between the weir at the top of Twin Falls downstream to the top of First Falls Rapids.

Mar. 15 to June 15
  • (16) The waters of Huck Lake (48°59′N., 86°16′W.).

Jan. 1 to the Friday preceding the third Saturday in May
  • (17) Three Finger Lake (48°43′N., 86°19′W.).

Sept. 1 to June 30
  • (18) The waters of Shamokan Creek and Upper Twin Lake beginning at the narrowing of Shamokan Creek (50º08′N., 86º37′W.) and continuing downstream in a southerly direction into Upper Twin Lake, encompassing the waters known as Pete’s Bay to a line drawn from 50º07′50″N., 86º37′56″W. to 50º08′12″N., 86º36′06″W.

April 1 to June 14
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  • (1) The waters of that part of the West Bay of Lake Nipigon, lying west and north of lines drawn north and west from the most northerly tip of Boles Island (49°52′N., 88°57′W.) to the shore of Lake Nipigon.

Jan. 1 to Dec. 31
  • SOR/90-229, ss. 27 to 39
  • SOR/91-113, ss. 26 to 36
  • SOR/92-217, ss. 26 to 37
  • SOR/93-119, ss. 4 to 8
  • SOR/94-730, ss. 28 to 38
  • SOR/95-337, ss. 12 to 16(F), 17, 18(F), 19(F), 20, 21 to 24(F)
  • SOR/95-589, ss. 12 to 15
  • SOR/99-105, ss. 49 to 64
  • SOR/99-456, ss. 29 to 39
  • SOR/2001-50, ss. 16 to 23, 24(E), 31, 33, 34
  • SOR/2002-128, ss. 38 to 42, 43(F), 44 to 46, 47(F), 48(E)
  • SOR/2003-108, ss. 24 to 28, 29(F), 30 to 34
  • SOR/2004-63, ss. 14 to 18, 29 to 31(F)
  • SOR/2005-26, ss. 21 to 31, 39
  • SOR/2005-406, ss. 7 to 9
  • SOR/2007-237, s. 49
  • SOR/2008-99, ss. 6(F), 7(F), 8(F)
  • SOR/2018-216, s. 1

SCHEDULE VI

[Repealed, SOR/2005-406, s. 10]

SCHEDULE VII

[Repealed, SOR/2007-237, s. 50]

SCHEDULE VIII

[Repealed, SOR/2007-237, s. 50]

SCHEDULE IX

[Repealed, SOR/2007-237, s. 50]

SCHEDULE X

[Repealed, SOR/2007-237, s. 50]

SCHEDULE XI

[Repealed, SOR/2007-237, s. 50]

SCHEDULE XII

[Repealed, SOR/2007-237, s. 50]

SCHEDULE XIII

[Repealed, SOR/2003-417, s. 2]

SCHEDULE XIV

[Repealed, SOR/91-386, s. 4]

SCHEDULE XV

[Repealed, SOR/2001-50, s. 30]
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