Ontario Fishery Regulations, 1989
(2) The holder of a licence set out in Column I of an item of the table to this subsection may engage in sport fishing for the species of fish set out in Column II of that item with a dip-net
(a) the dimensions of which do not exceed 183 cm by 183 cm where the dip-net is angular; or
(b) the diameter of which does not exceed 183 cm where the dip-net is circular.
Column I Column II Item Licence Species of Fish 1 Resident Sport Fishing Licence Bait-fish, smelt, northern pike, coarse fish, carp and sucker 2 Dip Net Licence to Take Fish for Personal Use Lake herring, lake white fish and pink salmon 3 Non-resident Sport Fishing Licence Smelt, northern pike, coarse fish, carp carp and sucker
(3) The holder of a Resident Sport Fishing Licence or a Non-Resident Sport Fishing Licence may engage in sport fishing for smelt with a seine the dimensions of which do not exceed 10 m by 2 m.
(4) The holder of a Resident Sport Fishing Licence may take bait-fish by means of a bait-fish trap the length of which does not exceed 51 cm and the diameter of which does not exceed 31 cm.
- SOR/94-295, ss. 3, 14(F)
- SOR/95-589, s. 5
- SOR/99-105, s. 9
- SOR/2004-63, s. 4
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