9 Replies to “Ontario Fishing Season Is A GO Even With The Threat Of COVID-19 Looming”

  1. Hello just curious if crown land camping is closed cuz I have a trip planned in may where no people will be to go fishing will I be able to still go ?

  2. I’M A 69 YEAR OLD MAN WHO ENJOYS FISHINGB WALLEYE AND PERCH IN THE LANCASTER AREA.I WAS SHOCKED WHEN DOUG FORD DECIDED TO CLOSE ALL MARINAS FROM TORONTO TO THE QUEBEC BORDER. I BELEIVE IN SOCIAL DISDANCING BUT WHEN YOUR IN BOAT YOUR NO AROUND OTHER PEOPLE. I DOPE THEY LIFT THE BAN ON MARINAS SOON SO I CAN MY BOAT IN MY BOAT HOUSE.

    1. i agree.im planning a fishing and camping trip this summer .im 68 and this may be last chance for me physically..sure hope this changes
      its just me and my little dog going so dont see why this would be a problem

  3. With pretty much all boat launches and Crown lands closed to the public I don’t know how the majority of Ontario’s anglers will be able to go fishing. Only people with waterfront property or access to private boat launches will be able to fish. Further more I have heard stories from reliable sources that the OPP, contrary to what they say, are pulling random spot checks asking where you are going and if it is essential or not. I don’t know if the OPP considers fishing essential or not.

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