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    Hi everybody, I am hearing that people are getting fined/ticketed for walking their dog in the park. I am wondering whether it would be safe to go shore fishing during this Covid19 lockdown ? Is a place like Innisfil Beach Park off limit?

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    I believe its closed it's a town park including the launches

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    IBP is closed

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    All parks, beaches pretty much anyplace in or near a city is closed so you cannot fish. If you happen to have water frontage or if you head north where there is ample crown land you can probably find a place to fish.
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    Or you could just stay home and stop the spread. There are all kinds of people staying home and doing the right thing. The are also not doing what they would rather be doing like hiking, bird watching, etc.....

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    Hope this pic works. This is the look from the Bradford river bridge on Yonge street in Bradford. Looks to be the only way into simcoe right now. The shore line is also lined with shore fisherman. I will say that they looked to be properly spaced. I’m sure it won’t be long until this gets shutdown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfood View Post
    I believe its closed it's a town park including the launches

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    agree.
    Last edited by jacinda; April 10th, 2020 at 11:53 AM.

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    Being a health professional graduate, 'staying at home' and 'social distancing' do not mean you cannot bird watch, hike, ride your bike, or run for that matter. It just means you do these things in areas where: a) it is legal to do so (ie. not officially closed parks), b) you keep social distancing rules when doing so ( so when biking, running, etc., stay the 2m from others AT ALL TIMES), c) be smart but legal about what you are doing. None of this means you are stuck in the basement drinking beer and watching TV 24 seven in order to stop the spread of the virus, Keep fit, live your life fully, as you should be able to do in a free country, but be mindful of how you are doing such. Is this so hard to do? Please stop spreading false information. According to the MNR at this time, unless posted as 'NO FISHING' or 'NO HUNTING', etc., these activities are STILL allowed legally as long as you practice social distancing rules. Look it up if you don't belive me. Over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retrofish View Post
    Being a health professional graduate, 'staying at home' and 'social distancing' do not mean you cannot bird watch, hike, ride your bike, or run for that matter. It just means you do these things in areas where: a) it is legal to do so (ie. not officially closed parks), b) you keep social distancing rules when doing so ( so when biking, running, etc., stay the 2m from others AT ALL TIMES), c) be smart but legal about what you are doing. None of this means you are stuck in the basement drinking beer and watching TV 24 seven in order to stop the spread of the virus, Keep fit, live your life fully, as you should be able to do in a free country, but be mindful of how you are doing such. Is this so hard to do? Please stop spreading false information. According to the MNR at this time, unless posted as 'NO FISHING' or 'NO HUNTING', etc., these activities are STILL allowed legally as long as you practice social distancing rules. Look it up if you don't belive me. Over.
    Well said sir.
    Seems the "I'm to scared to leave my bedroom" types think we all need to do that. Easy to stay safe and have a life and get some needed fresh air. Its needed for the mind and body.

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    retrofish the same has been said before but some can't get the concept between guidelines/recommendations and official orders.
    I agree with you but some will continue to belittle others because they are not acting as they incorrectly believe is correct.




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