Ontario MNRF Regs & more

 
Anglers everywhere must be familiar with and abide by provincial, district, and locally specific regulations. The consequences of not doing so can be devastating to the fishery and invoke serious consequences for those who violate the regulations. Although the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (OMNRF) is the regulatory arm for fishing in Ontario, other government ministries, both federal and provincial have specific jurisdictions and oversights as well. Below are links to key OMNRF websites, provincial documents and public service announcements.

 
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry website

Get an OMNRF Outdoors Card   (fishing licence)

Transport Canada "Pleasure Craft Operator Card"

How OMNRF hunting & fishing licence fees are used

2017-18 Guide to Eating Ontario Fish

Boater action plan to prevent spread of invasive species
2018 Ontario Fishing Regulations
 
2017-18 Guide to Eating Ontario Fish