Licence-free fishing week July 2-10, 2016

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Have you ever wanted to bring a family member or friend to your cottage or campsite to go fishing, but they’re over 17 with no fishing license to fish? Well, the Ontario Government has put a Licence-free fishing week together to solve this problem and to help get your friends and family hooked on fishing!

This Licence-free fishing week begins on the Canada Day long weekend, starting Saturday July 2 and ending Sunday July 10th. There are events all over Ontario where you can go fishing or learn to fish for your first time.

Keep in mind that even when you are fishing without a license for the week, you still must fish under the Conservation fishing license limits, which are set out in the current Ontario Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary. With the exception of the licensing requirement, Ontario fishing regulations, fees and limits continue to apply during license-free days. Printed copies of the summary are available at licence issuers and Service Ontario Centres.

Don’t forget to use #fishncanada on all social media, we want to see your catch!

Happy Fish’n

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The Fish’n Canada Show first aired in 1986 with phenomenal success. In 1988 the program went coast to coast on CBC, the first North American weekly fishing show to broadcast on a national network.In 1992 the show went into syndication adding Global Television Network, prominent CTV and affiliates, and several cable networks. The move resulted in unprecedented fishing audiences.With the addition of WFN U.S. and The Sportsman Chanel Canada today the Fish’n Canada show dominates the airwaves with a national weekly reach of 3.5 million and ama of over 450,000 easily making it one of the most-watched “outdoors” programs in North America.

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