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2024 Fishing Regulations Available here!

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RESIDENCY DEFINITIONS: Manitoba Resident A person whose primary residence is in Manitoba and who has lived in Manitoba for at least six consecutive months during the 12 month period immediately before applying for a licence.


Canadian Resident

  • A person whose primary residence is in Canada, but not in Manitoba and who has lived in Canada for at least six consecutive months during the 12 month period immediately before applying for a licence; or

  • A person who is a Canadian citizen; or

  • A person who has permanent resident status in Canada. Non-Canadian Resident A person who is not a Manitoba or Canadian resident.


LICENCE EXEMPTIONS

The following people may angle without an angling licence:

  • Manitoba Resident Seniors: A Manitoba resident 65 years of age or older does not require an angling licence, but must be able to show proof of age and Manitoba residency when asked by an Officer.

  • Manitoba Resident Active Military Members and Veterans: A Manitoba resident who is an active military member or a veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces does not require an angling licence, but must be able to show proof of Manitoba residency and one of the following documents when asked by an Officer:

    • Canadian Forces Identification Card (NDI 20)

    • Record of Service Card (NDI 75)

    • Canadian Armed Forces Veterans’ Service Card (NDI 75)

  • Manitoba Resident Youth: Any youth under the age of 16 who has permanently resided in Manitoba for at least six months, has all the privileges of holding an angling Licence, including their own limit of fish. All other regulations apply. Proof of age is required when checked by an Officer.

  • Canadian Resident or Non-Canadian Resident Youth: Any Canadian resident or non-Canadian resident youth under the age of 16, must fish with a licence holder, or someone exempt from holding an angling licence, and their catch must be applied to the limit of that person. A Canadian resident or non-Canadian resident youth under the age of 16 who wishes to have their own limit of fish, must buy an angling licence.


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Tim Schellenberg, Owner/Operator

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