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how many bass can take home for Canadian resident under 18 years old

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Hi Members,

 

I checked the regulation and cannot find out how many bass can take home for Canadian resident under 18 years old. Please advise!

 

Thanks in advance!

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Under 18 has a sport license- you don't even have to be related or know anyone that fishes.Your limit is your own limit.

 

mb :thumbsup_anim:

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Residents of Ontario and Canada under 18 years old, or 65 years of age or

older and in possession of any licence, permit, certificate, or identification

card issued by the Government of Canada or a provincial or territorial

government of Canada that indicates their name and date of birth.

 

 

Those who qualify to fish with a deemed licence must follow the same

catch and possession limits as a Sport Fishing Licence.

 

This information can be found on page 4 of the Ontario fishing regs.

 

 

Cheers, Ron...

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