Ontario Fishery Regulations, 1989

Version of section 18 from 2006-03-22 to 2007-12-31:

  •  (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), no person shall engage in angling through the ice with more than two lines.

  • (2) No person shall engage in angling through the ice with more than five lines at any time in the waters of Labyrinth Lake at approximate Latitude 48°14′N., Longitude 79°31′W. in the geographic Township of Ossian in the Territorial District of Timiskaming or in that portion of Waterhen Creek that is downstream of Access Road Bridge.

  • (3) No person shall engage in angling through the ice with more than one line in the waters set out in the table to this subsection.

    TABLE

    Column I
    ItemWaters
    1Division 7
    Dickey Lake (44°47′N., 77°44′W.) in the geographic Township of Lake, Grimsthorpe Lake (44°52′N., 77°24′W.) in the geographic Township of Grimsthorpe, and Thanet Lake (44°47′N., 77°46′W.) in the geographic Township of Lake, all in the County of Hastings.
    2Division 15
    • (1) Sucker Lake (44°46′N., 78°16′W.) in the geographic Township of Anstruther, Crystal Lake (44°46′N., 78°29′W.) in the geographic Township of Galway, Salmon Lake (44°49′N., 78°27′W.) in the geographic Township of Cavendish, Long Lake (44°41′N., 78°10′W.) in the geographic Township of Burleigh, and Loucks Lake (44°41′N., 78°14′W.) in the geographic Township of Burleigh, all in the County of Peterborough.

    • (2) Cashel Lake (44°55′N., 77°33′W.) in the geographic Township of Cashel, Faraday Lake (45°04′N., 77°55′W.) in the geographic Township of Faraday, Limerick Lake (44°53′N., 77°37′W.) in the geographic Township of Limerick, Mephisto Lake (44°56′N., 77°35′W.) in the geographic Township of Cashel, Papineau Lake (45°21′N., 77°49′W.) in the geographic Townships of Bangor and Wicklow, Purdy Lake (45°21′N., 77°44′W.) in the geographic Township of Bangor, Limestone Lake (45°04′N.,77°34′W.) in the geographic Township of Mayo, Lake St. Peter (45°19′N., 78°02′W.) in the geographic Township of McClure, McKenzie Lake (45°22′N., 78°01′W.) in the geographic Township of McClure and in the geographic Township of Sabine in the Territorial District of Nipissing, and Wollaston Lake (44°51′N., 77°50′W.) in the geographic Township of Wollaston, all in the County of Hastings.

    • (3) Paudash Lake (44°58′N., 78°03′W.) and Silent Lake (44°55′N., 78°04′W.) in the geographic Township of Cardiff, Art Lake (45°03′N., 78°27′W.) in the geographic Township of Dysart, Bob Lake (44°55′N., 78°47′W.) in the geographic Township of Anson, Boshkung Lake (45°04′N., 78°44′W.), Kushog Lake (45°04′N., 78°47′W.) and Halls Lake (45°06′N., 78°45′W.) in the geographic Township of Stanhope, Eagle Lake (45°08′N., 78°29′W.) in the geographic Township of Guilford, Esson Lake (45°01′N., 78°16′W.) in the geographic Township of Monmouth, Grace Lake (45°04′N., 78°14′W.) in the geographic Townships of Harcourt and Dudley, Havelock Lake (45°17′N., 78°38′W.) and Johnson Lake (45°16′N., 78°37′W.) in the geographic Township of Havelock, Kashagawigamog Lake (44°59′N., 78°36′W.), Little Boshkung Lake (45°02′N., 78°44′W.), Mountain Lake (44°59′N., 78°43′W.), Soyers Lake (45°01′N., 78°37′W.) and Twelve Mile Lake (45°01′N., 78°43′W.) in the geographic Township of Minden, Marsden Lake (45°14′N., 78°31′W.) in the geographic Townships of Guilford and Havelock, Moose Lake (45°09′N., 78°28′W.) in the geographic Townships of Guilford and Harburn, Nunikani Lake (45°12′N., 78°44′W.) and Raven Lake (45°12′N., 78°51′W.) in the geographic Township of Sherborne, St. Nora Lake (45°09′N., 78°50′W.) in the geographic Townships of Sherborne and Stanhope, Bear Lake (45°20′N., 78°42′W.), Kimball Lake (45°21′N., 78°21′W.) and Livingstone Lake (45°22′N.,78°43′W.) in the geographic Township of Livingstone, Glamor Lake (44°57′N., 78°22′W.) and Koshlong Lake (44°58′N., 78°29′W.) in the geographic Township of Glamorgan, Gull Lake (44°51′N., 78°47′W.) and Moore Lake (44°47′N., 78°48′W.) in the geographic Township of Lutterworth, Clinto Lake (45°19′N., 78°52′W.) and Oxtongue Lake (45°22′N., 78°55′W.) in the geographic Township of McClintock and Kawagama Lake (45°18′N., 78°45′W.) in the geographic Townships of Sherborne, McClintock, Havelock and Livingstone, all in the County of Haliburton.

    • (4) Paugh Lake (45°35′N., 77°42′W.) in the geographic Township of Burns, Round Lake (45°38′N., 77°30′W.) in the geographic Township of Richards, Carson Lake (45°39′N., 77°45′W.) in the geographic Township of Jones, Wendigo Lake (46°08′N., 78°17′W.), Waterloo Lake (46°10′N., 78°11′W.) in the geographic Township of Clara, Carson Lake (45°30′N., 78°45′W.) in the geographic Townships of Burns and Sherwood, and Kamaniskeg Lake (45°25′N., 77°41′W.) in the geographic Townships of Sherwood, Bangor and Radcliffe, all in the County of Renfrew.

    • (5) Bella Lake (45°26′N., 79°02′W.) in the geographic Township of Sinclair, Camp Lake (45°26′N., 78°55′W.) in the geographic Township of Finlayson, and Skeleton Lake (45°15′N., 79°27′W.) in the geographic Townships of Cardwell, Stephenson, Stisted and Watt, all in the District Municipality of Muskoka.

    • (6) Aylen Lake (45°37′N., 77°51′W.) in the geographic Township of Dickens, Galeairy Lake (45°30′N., 78°17′W.), Lobster Lake (45°32′N., 78°12′W.), and Gliskning Lake (45°31′N., 78°13′W.) in the geographic Township of Airy, Lyell Lake (45°24′N., 77°57′W.) in the geographic Township of Lyell, Victoria Lake (45°37′N., 78°01′W.) in the geographic Townships of Murchison and Clancy, and McCauley Lake (45°33′N., 78°07′W.) in the geographic Townships of Airy and Murchison, all in the Territorial District of Nipissing.

    • (7) Clear Lake (45°16′N., 79°47′W.) and Whitefish Lake (45°18′N., 79°47′W.) in the geographic Township of Humphrey, Blackstone Lake (45°15′N., 79°52′W.) and Crane Lake (45°13′N., 79°57′W.) in the geographic Township of Conger, Horn Lake (known locally as Sollman Lake) (45°40′N., 79°30′W.) in the geographic Townships of Chapman and Ryerson, Three Legged Lake (45°16′N., 80°01′W.) in the geographic Townships of Foley and Cowper, Otter Lake (45°17′N., 79°58′W.) in the geographic Township of Foley, Flaxman Lake (45°20′N., 79°50′W.) in the geographic Township of Christie and Spider Lake (45°15′N., 80°04′W.) in the geographic Township of Cowper, all in the Territorial District of Parry Sound.

    • (8) Drag Lake (45°05′N., 78°24′W.) in the geographic Townships of Dudley and Dysart, in the County of Haliburton.

    3Division 16
    • (1) The eastern portion of Parry Sound (known locally as Big Sound), being the waters of that part of the inner Big Sound of Georgian Bay, including Depot Harbour, Hay Bay and Parry Sound Harbour of eastern Georgian Bay, in the Territorial District of Parry Sound bounded on the west by a straight line drawn from Cadotte Point on the north shore of Parry Island to the most easterly extremity of Killbear Provincial Park; THENCE following the water′s edge along the northwesterly, easterly and southerly shores past the town of Parry Sound to the bridge at Rose Point; THENCE in a straight line northwesterly under the bridge to Parry Island; THENCE following the water′s edge to the place of beginning.

    • (2) Georgian Bay immediately to the west of Parry Sound (known locally as Big Sound), being the waters of that part of eastern Georgian Bay in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, to the west of Parry Sound (Big Sound), and lying within lines described as follows: BEGINNING at Cyril Point; THENCE in a straight line southwesterly to the southernmost point of Spruce Island; THENCE southwesterly to the lighthouse located immediately north of the Nias Islands; THENCE southerly to the northernmost point of the westernmost island of the Nias Islands; THENCE southeasterly to the southernmost point of Rose Island; THENCE southwesterly to Liddon Point on Parry Island; THENCE southerly along the water′s edge of the western shore of Parry Island to Oak Point; THENCE in a straight line northwesterly to the lighthouse on Jones Island; THENCE in a straight line northwesterly to the lighthouse on Gordon Rocks; THENCE in a straight line northwesterly to the most northerly point of Snake Island; THENCE northeasterly, in a straight line to the lighthouse on Snug Island; THENCE in a due west direction to shore; THENCE in a southerly and westerly direction along the water’s edge to the place of beginning.

    3.1Division 22
    Big Vermilion Lake (50º03′N., 92º15′W.) in the geographic Townships of Vermilion, Lomond, Drayton and Jordan, in the Municipality of Sioux Lookout.
    4Division 29
    • (1) Lucky Lake (45°03′N., 77°01W.) in the geographic Township of Miller, Brule Lake (45°03′N., 77°03′W.) in the geographic Township of Miller, and Palmerston Lake (45°01′N., 76°51′W.) in the geographic Townships of Palmerston and South Canonto, all in the County of Frontenac, Buckshot Lake (45°00′N., 77°04′W.) in the geographic Townships of Miller and Abinger in the Counties of Frontenac and Lennox and Addington.

    • (2) Effingham Lake (45°00′N., 77°23′W.) and Rainy Lake (44°54′N., 77°20′W.) in the geographic Township of Effingham and Weslemkoon Lake (45°02′N., 77°25′W.), Barnard Lake (45°07′N., 77°28′W.), Crystal Lake (45°07′N., 77°28′W.) and Otter Lake (45°04′N., 77°23′W.) in the geographic Township of Ashby, all in the County of Lennox and Addington, and Mazinaw Lake (44°55′N., 77°12′W.) and Lower Mazinaw Lake (44°52′N., 77°10′W.) in the geographic Townships of Abinger and Barrie, in the Counties of Frontenac and Lennox and Addington.

  •  SOR/90-229, s. 9
  • SOR/93-119, s. 1
  • SOR/97-248, s. 1
  • SOR/99-105, s. 7
  • SOR/99-456, s. 3
  • SOR/2001-50, s. 2
  • SOR/2002-128, s. 3
  • SOR/2003-108, s. 4
  • SOR/2005-26, s. 3
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