Quebec Fishery Regulations, 1990
(2) A person may have in the person’s possession, and use for bait, live fish other than fish of a species set out in Schedule XXVIII, in areas 8, 21 and 25, in the part of Area 7 lying on or between Highways 132 and 138 and in the part of Area 13 comprising the waters of the Ottawa River between Lake Timiskaming and the Première Chute dam located upstream at the point 47°36′N., 79°27′W.
(2.1) A person may have in the person’s possession and use for bait the following dead fish:
(a) fish, other than fish of a species set out in Schedule XXVIII, in
(i) Areas 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 16, 21 and 25,
(ii) Area 4, except "à la Truite” Lake (Ham-Sud),
(iii) Area 6, except Little Lake Baldwin and Hatley and Cristal Lakes,
(iv) Area 10, except Papineau-Labelle Wildlife Sanctuary, and
(v) Area 13, except the Restigo controlled zone from April 16 to November 30 and except Dumoine and Maganasipi controlled zones and Aiguebelle National Park; and
(vi) [Repealed, SOR/99-264, s. 7]
(b) to (d) [Repealed, SOR/97-203, s. 4]
(i) from December 20 to March 31, to fish for smelt in the waters set out in Part IV of Schedule I, and
(ii) when fishing for Atlantic tomcod is permitted in that part of the Sainte-Anne River that is situated between the downstream side of the highway 138 bridge and the downstream side of the highway 363 bridge.
(3) A person may have dead fish, other than fish of a species set out in Schedule XXVIII, in the person’s possession on the waters of Area 7 or 21 or in the portions of Areas 1, 2, 3, 15, 18, 19, 26 and 27 lying on any of Highways 20, 40, 132 (except for the trunk part of Highway 132 between Sainte-Flavie and Matapédia) and 138, or lying between one of those highways and the waters of Area 7 or 21, for use as bait in those waters.
(4) A person may have dead smelt in their possession from December 1 to April 24, in Areas 17 and 28, and may use the dead smelt as bait
(a) in the waters of Area 17 during that period; and
(b) in the waters of Area 28 referred to in the table to this subsection, from December 1 to April 15.
Column I Column II Item Waters Township or Z.E.C. 1 Bouchette Lake Dablon Township 1.1 à la Croix Lake Caron Township 2 des Commissaires Lake 3 des Coudes Lake Beaudet, Bourbon and Ramezay townships 3.1 Gronick Lake (49°07′N., 72°59′W.) D’Anville Township 4 des Habitants Lake Rouleau Township 5 à Jim Lake Ramezay Township 6 Kénogami Lake Jonquière Township 6.1 Labonté Lake Bourget and Taché townships 7 Labrecque Lake Proulx Township 7.1 La Mothe Lake Aulneau and Falardeau townships 8 Mistassibi River between Highway 169 and the southern boundaries of La Trappe and Hudon townships 9 Montréal Lake (49°04′N., 72°55′W.) Condé and D’Anville Townships 10 Ouiatchouane Lake Dablon Township 11 Péribonka River between the Highway 169 bridge near the Village of Sainte-Monique and the 49th parallel North 12 aux Rats Lake Rivière-aux-Rats Z.E.C. 12.1 Rond Lake (48°23′N., 72°20′W.) Dechêne and Ross Townships 13 Saguenay River between the Highway 169 bridges at Alma and the Dubuc Bridge at Chicoutimi 13.1 Sébastien Lake (48°39′N., 71°10′W.) Falardeau Township 14 Tchitogama Lake Rouleau Township 15 Vert Lake Mésy Township 16 The waters surrounded by the section of Highway 169 connecting to the east the municipality of Dolbeau-Mistassini with the municipality of Saint-Méthode and thence Highway 373 connecting the municipality of Saint-Méthode with the municipality of Dolbeau-Mistassini
- SOR/93-118, s. 6
- SOR/94-392, s. 4
- SOR/95-496, s. 6
- SOR/97-203, s. 4
- SOR/98-218, s. 4
- SOR/99-264, s. 7
- SOR/2001-51, s. 6
- SOR/2005-269, ss. 5, 49
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