Laws and Regulations in Canada and/or Ontario may differ from your Home State. The following Laws, Regulations and
Camp Rules must be adhered to at all times.
The list is subject to error or change
at any time.
Remember to buy your fishing license in
Ear Falls (or anywhere in Ontario, Canada) before coming to our landing for pickup.
We do not sell Hunting or Fishing Licenses at Camp.
Non-Resident Fishing Licenses are quite
reasonably priced. The 7-Day License is the most popular option. Cost is
$35.00 Canadian Money. Full Season License is $55.00 Canadian. Full Season
Couple License is $80.00 Canadian. The cost of a license for a child under 16 years
of age is the same as an adult, but is an optional purchase. If you choose not to
purchase a license for a child they must be accompanied by a licensed adult and their fish
count in that adult's limit.
When purchasing your Hunting or Fishing
License, Request the Regulations Book.
Limits: Remember fish you have in
the boat, plus the ones in the freezer, plus the ones you ate today count towards your
limit. Daily Limit and Possession Limit are one in the same. Walleye: limit 4
of which 1 trophy 18+ inches; Northern: limit 4, all but one trophy must be under 27 1/2
inches. Trophy minimum size is 35 1/2 inches; Small Mouth: limit 4; Muskie: limit 1.
If you need clarification on this, please ask. Be sure to bring a tape
Fishing and/or Hunting Regulations will
be gone over by Naughty Pines Fish Camp staff upon arrival at Camp.
Hunters: Remember you must bring
with you your present and/or past hunting license or your gun safety certificate card
showing you have successfully completed an approved gun safety course. No license
agent can issue you a license without this requirement being met.
We provide minnows within your fishing
package. Night crawlers are excellent alternative bait you may bring into camp.
Crawlers must be packed in artificial worm bedding, they are not allowed into
Ontario in peat moss or natural soil. Minnows, Smelt, Chad, Ciscos, and Leeches are
not permitted across the US/Canada border (imported from USA) in any form.
We insist you not exceed your limit of
fish. We do not want any of your excess fish when you leave.
Watch your Trophy Lengths and Limits.
Practice Catch & Release. It
will grow on you.
No handguns allowed in Canada.
No Radar Detectors allowed in Canada.
This is strictly enforced by radar-detecting radars.
Trigger guards required on hunting
rifles and shotguns in transit.
Open container laws are strictly
enforced while driving on Canadian roads by inspection.
Proof of auto insurance must be carried
within your vehicle. Tell your insurance agent that you are traveling to Canada,
they will provide you with what you need.
American Citizens are permitted into
Canada without Visa's or Passports. Identification (Drivers License or Birth
Certificate) may be asked for upon entry. Parents and/or Guardians bringing children
must bring a copy of each child's birth certificate.
You may bring one liter of Hard Liquor OR one liter of Wine OR one case (24-12 oz cans or bottles) Beer
into Canada, Duty Free per legal age adult. You may bring one carton (10 packs)
cigarettes into Canada, Duty Free per legal age adult.
There must be an approved personal
flotation device in the boat for each person on board at all times while on the water.
Approved personal flotation device must be coast guard approved life jackets, vests
and/or seat cushions.
Be a conservationist. Don't waste
fish or bait.
- No littering at all. Not in the water,
not at shore lunch site, not at the landing, not within the camp.
Think safety first on the water
- Get off the water before dark
- Have a coast guard approved life jacket,
life vest or seat cushion for each member of your party in the boat. Correct sizing
- No single (one person) alone in NPFC rental
- Have with you in the boat: signaling
whistle, floating flashlight and waterproof matches in a waterproof container
- Tell others where you are going to fish and
approximate time of your return. Stress the latest time of your return. If you
don't return on time, NPFC staff will go looking for you.
- Build your shore lunch fires on a rock away
from dry grass and dry pine trees.
- Thoroughly drown out fires and hot coals
leaving no heat or smoke.
- Smokers please be careful with cigarette
butts. Don't discard on the ground.
- Show caution inside our woodframe cabins
with Lantern, Stoves, Heaters and Cigarettes.