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Thread: Shore Fishing during Covid19 Lockdown ?

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    Maybe Judge has 24 filets in the freezer, so 12 walleye.
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    Maybe, but it still means he can't go fishing for more , 'to give away'. He did say 'walleye have been running good, I have 24 in the freezer'. No mention of fillets.
    Last edited by fishermccann; April 17th, 2020 at 07:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUDGE View Post
    I have been shore fishing the last 2 weeks .Walleye have been running good ,have 24 in the freezer .
    Legally I have my possession limit for the wife and myself.
    They were all 3 -4 lbs each.
    So that's 24 meals for us.
    We kept the social distance from the other fishermen and woman.
    I will keep fishing as long as they allow it , mostly for my friends and family.
    Friends and family? You wouldn't happen to be a First Nations member,would you?

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    I better clarify for you my daughter and her husband live with us and they fish , but only catch and release.
    They don't eat fish except salt water fish.


    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    Friends and family? You wouldn't happen to be a First Nations member,would you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    Premier Doug Ford announced today that all fishing seasons would open as planned. Obviously,the plan is to re-start everything before the end of May.
    No he said the boat launches, etc would still remain closed.

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    As stated already, it is not a lock down. Follow the rules keep your social distance, respect places that are closed. hunting and fishing are still open don't need to stop doing things because other things are closed. enjoy your life the best way you can it will be a while yet.
    Last edited by severn don; April 17th, 2020 at 02:56 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by severn don View Post
    As stated already, it is not a lock down. Follow the rules keep your social distance, respect places that are closed. hunting and fishing are still open don't need to stop doing things because other things are closed. enjoy your life the best way you can it will be a while yet.
    Exactly. As long as people keep their distance you will be able to hunt and fish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMatthews View Post
    No he said the boat launches, etc would still remain closed.
    Boat launch closures are at the discretion of the municipalities it was not mandated as part of the provincial closures. Many rural areas have launches open. Hopefully some of the bigger Lake O municipalities will re open the launches for walleye opener but I could see them keeping them closed to avoid an influx of out of town
    people traveling to fish. Disappointing but understandable oh well have to stick to the small back lakes till things get better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMatthews View Post
    No he said the boat launches, etc would still remain closed.
    Nope! He didn't say that,at all. He expects municipalities to use their discretion,but,as far as the government is concerned,everything will open on schedule. It necessarily follows logically that boat launches will be need to be open. To do anything else is patently ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUDGE View Post
    I better clarify for you my daughter and her husband live with us and they fish , but only catch and release.
    They don't eat fish except salt water fish.
    So there is the 24 fish explained , thanks. I hope you are aware if you have those 24 in the freezer, (limit for your household), you legally, can't go catch more, 'for friends and family'.
    Last edited by fishermccann; April 19th, 2020 at 06:47 AM.

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