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Rick I cant find where it says you cant. Lake Ontario is lake ontario.

I dont see why not.

 

We need an ask the CO

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I've been present SEVERAL TIMES when guys fishing Lake Ontario for carp, with 2 rods were picked off . . . definitely a no-no, unless in a boat or on the ice!

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Page 8 in section b of the regs found here http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/MNR/pubs/fishing/...ap_B_fr2005.pdf states..

A person who is angling from a boat may use two (2) lines in the open waters of

Lake Ontario except for the Bay of Quinte (the waters lying west of the Glenora Ferry

including the Murray Canal, Presqu’ile Bay, Wellers Bay), East Lake, West Lake,

Frenchman Bay, Hamilton Harbour and all tributaries of Lake Ontario.

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Ya know.... that makes no sense at all to me...

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I asked this last year, and it seems that if you're say standing on a pier, you can have one line. Drop your canoe in the water 1 foot from where you were standing and two is ok...LOL

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