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Offline bluecaddisfly

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liscense and season?
« on: Nov 06, 2006, 06:29 PM »
 hey guy"s, was hoping one of you could give me an idea of how much a fishing liscense cost up there and if anyone knows of anyplace near the new england border for walleye, pike, lakers?

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Re: liscense and season?
« Reply #1 on: Nov 06, 2006, 07:41 PM »
here is some info for you

Quebec sells several different length fishing licenses to non-residents: one day, three day, seven day, and seasonal. All prices are in Canadian dollars: One day $10.25 Three day $22.75 Seven day $35.00 Seasonal $52.00

Québec Fishing Licenses & Regulations 
There are three categories of sport fishing licenses: salmon fishing, fishing for species other than salmon and burbot fishing. The license indicates the date, hour and minute issued and must be signed by the individual who sold it and by the license holder. When sport fishing, you must have your fishing license with you, and be prepared to present it, on request, to a wildlife protection officer or assistant. In the event the license is lost, stolen, or altered beyond use, another license must be purchased to continue fishing.

The spouse of the holder of a license for species other than salmon or of a license for burbot as well as their children under 18 years of age are entitled to fish without a license.

Children under 18 may fish without a license provided they are supervised by the holder of a fishing license or his/her spouse, aged 18 and older. The total number of fish caught and kept each day must not exceed the quantity to which the license holder is entitled.
Note: These measures apply to residents and to Non-residents.

Salmon Fishing
Before fishing in salmon rivers, consult the brochure entitled "Salmon Sportfishing 2001" which describes the fishing conditions applying to salmon rivers. In a salmon river, a person must hold an Atlantic salmon sport fishing license to fish for any species during the salmon fishing season. Outside the salmon fishing season, the holder of a fishing license for species other than salmon can fish for these species in the parts of certain salmon rivers (consult "Salmon Sportfishing 2001")

Non Residents
Non-residents must hold a Québec sport fishing license to fish anywhere in Québec.

Purchasing a License
Licenses to fish for species other than salmon are sold by authorized license distributors, usually sport goods stores, hardware or convenience stores. These licenses are also sold by certain outfitters as well as certain wildlife reserves. However, this license is not required when fishing in a park managed by Parks Canada or in a fish pond. The spouse and children of a non-resident may fish without a license in some cases.
For info on Québec Sportfishing Contact :

Ministère de l'Environnement
et de la Faune
C.P. 22000
Québec (QC)
Phone: (418) 643-3127

Main Regulations for Sport Fishing in Quebec: 2005/ 2006 Seasons

Quebec's Fishing Boundary Document

Note:This is for information purposes only. It is neccessary for all anglers to review the provincial angling regulations for more detailed info on limits and regulations.



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Re: liscense and season?
« Reply #2 on: Nov 07, 2006, 03:15 AM »
thanks icejunky, tried to find the prices and such on the website before and didn't see any pricing. hope to get up there and try a few places. it's quicker to go up north then to head to n.y. from new hampshire.


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