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    Many years ago we used to get a small pocket size booklet with the whole act, numbers and everything. A lot of the regs were not included when they went to the comic book sized rules. The one about possession of fish and game beyond the legal season was not included in the new copies. We used to have to eat all the venison etc by a certain date...

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    Slot size limit on fish. Give me a break! You are hurting the wiggly fish more trying to put a tape measure to it and if it doesn't meet the criteria, back to the water it goes thus declining it's chance of survival.

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    Walleye & Sauger or any combination

    Jan. 1 to Mar. 1 & 2nd Sat. in May to Dec. 31

    S - 4; Must be between 40-50 cm - (15.7– 19.7 in)
    C - 2; Must be between 40-50 cm - (15.7– 19.7 in)
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    Quote Originally Posted by patvetzal View Post
    Many years ago we used to get a small pocket size booklet with the whole act, numbers and everything. A lot of the regs were not included when they went to the comic book sized rules. The one about possession of fish and game beyond the legal season was not included in the new copies. We used to have to eat all the venison etc by a certain date...
    I don't believe that regulation is still in effect. It must have been a very long time ago.
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    I would guess the biggest hunting one would be sunrise/sunset times and being encased.

    Party hunting for waterfowl.

    "Party" fishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brent View Post
    I don't believe that regulation is still in effect. It must have been a very long time ago.
    I remember this as well but it was some time ago when I read it. Whether it is still in effect not sure.
    But as I remember it was actually less than a year (ie: 6 months).
    The problem with the requlations is there is the condensed versus we see then there is the inforcement official versus the MNRF go to when they want to rack up the charges to ensure a conviction.
    Would be an interesting question to ask a number of COs suspect there would be a wide range of responses.

    Besides it is not good to keep your meat any longer freezer burn and spoilage would be an issue.

    Which the issue of spoilage then could be a chargeable offense.
    Especially if the MNRF is carrying out a search warrant of your premises for suspected violations.
    Costly process which leaves no rock unturn to recoup the investigation costs
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    I agree the "dusk/dawn" is an easy mistake to make. I have friends who have pushed the limit and so have I. When a huge buck is standing right there the adrenaline kicks in and the fever rages, oooooooh boy does it ever! savage308

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    Quote Originally Posted by brent View Post
    I would guess the biggest hunting one would be sunrise/sunset times and being encased.

    Party hunting for waterfowl.

    "Party" fishing.
    Suspect enforcement when it does occur is usually a result of being compliant driven.
    Passer by reports seeing a hunter with their firearm uncased before and after hours.

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    I would bet that most charges with regard to this are as a result of a CO observing someone walking out to their vehicle after the end of legal shooting time without a case.
    Last edited by brent; March 15th, 2015 at 08:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LowbanksArcher View Post
    Not encasing a bow or gun before and after legal hours. I don't really know anyone that actually does this.
    Your supposed to encase a bow? That's dumb.
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    I find discharge and Sunday gun hunting regulations to be the most cumbersome. Discharge laws being municipal yet all other regs being provincial or federal. Also, the requirement for written landowner permissions is different in each municipality.

    I have a spot on a river that is the boundary between two municipalities. One has Sunday gun hunting and one has no Sunday gun hunting. I asked both municipalities and the cws and conservation authority and they all told me they didn't know exactly where the boundary was in this case, but it's typically centreline of river.
    This means late season (ie January, and late February) I can stand on one side of the river and shoot geese and not on the other side and on Sunday's I can only stand on one side of the river. I hunt an island in the centre of this river and where the boundary lies on it I'm not too sure.
    My name is BOWJ..... and I am a waterfowl addict!

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