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    I was planning on heading out to the deer camp to put up some trail cameras and fish the Rainy River before the closure on the 14th but the stay at home order put the kybosh on that plan ☹️. Just doing my part to reduce the risk of COVID.

    So if I go later, fishing season will be closed and the ticks will be out and Iíll get Lyme disease. At least itís not contagious lol.

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    You just going for excise.... on crown land , and that is not banned ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Menard View Post
    I was planning on heading out to the deer camp to put up some trail cameras and fish the Rainy River before the closure on the 14th but the stay at home order put the kybosh on that plan ☹️. Just doing my part to reduce the risk of COVID.

    So if I go later, fishing season will be closed and the ticks will be out and I’ll get Lyme disease. At least it’s not contagious lol.

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    I saw a post from someone I know, the ticks ARE out

    https://canadianrockiestrailguide.co...ian-hypocrisy/

    https://www.fieldandstream.com/best-...epellent-gear/

    She uses a vet spray, I have used a higher concentration and watered it down in a spray water bottle I found that taking 300mg of B1 in the morning and evening seems to inhibit them too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alfoldivandor View Post
    You just going for excise.... on crown land , and that is not banned ...
    exactly, they are in fact encouraging people to get outdoors for fresh air and exercise. If your smart at all, you pose no risk to yourself or anyone else. Cops aren't pulling people over to ask where your going.

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    Enjoy your hobby without any fear.

    - Under the present COVID-19 regulations, there is no authority for officers to arrest, commence warrantless entry, nor stop your motor vehicle for possible offences under the regulation.

    https://www.facebook.com/PoliceOnGua...1649377516826/

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    Middle of no where by yourself. No safer place to be. COVID won't find you there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Menard View Post
    I was planning on heading out to the deer camp to put up some trail cameras and fish the Rainy River before the closure on the 14th but the stay at home order put the kybosh on that plan ☹️. Just doing my part to reduce the risk of COVID.

    So if I go later, fishing season will be closed and the ticks will be out and I’ll get Lyme disease. At least it’s not contagious lol.
    Golf courses and gun clubs are open so going to your deer camp will be far less of an issue.

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    Another nurse has died but they are leaving out some crucial information . Some important information is missing that could make or break this story. So we are to stay home.

    https://beta.ctvnews.ca/national/cor...1_5378073.html

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    Not going to stop me from hunting fishing or hiking. They can kiss my ! Lol

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    A couple of things stand out in the order:
    1) outdoor exercise is allowed
    2) no travel unless leaving the province
    3) going to a secondary residence (deer camp) is allowed if your stay is
    less than 24hours or longer than 14 days

    The order can be found here:
    http://https://files.ontario.ca/solgen_oreg265-21_2021-04-07.pdf

    A complaint about the Order is that it is ineffectual because there are provisions that allow people to congregate e.g. going to Walmart etc, and enforcement is weak. The result is that many people decide to ignore the rules, or pick and choose which rules to follow, so the virus continues to spread. In my case, deer camp is 6 hours away and my intent was to stay for 3 days. I agree that if I went, the risk of catching and spreading the disease and the probability of getting caught is low. Regardless, Iíve chosen to stay home and will go at a later date.

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