Here are the costs for 2016 8-day Ontario fishing licenses for non-residents.
Conservation license (allows a daily/possession limit of 2 walleye and 2 pike) $30.53
Sport license (allows a daily/possession limit of 4 walleye and 4 pike) $53.54
As a reminder you can only take home the daily limit listed above.
If you don’t have an Outdoors Card or need to renew your card the cost is $9.68. The card is good for three seasons.
There are a couple options for obtaining your license. You can purchase one online before you come. Here is the link – https://www2.on.wildlifelicense.com/start.php?lang=1. There is a service fee of $2.26 to buy online, but you can use a credit card to pay.
The other option is to purchase your license at a participating location in Ontario. Most locations require cash to purchase. Bring your outdoors card even if it is expired. That will allow the person helping you to easily access your information in the system. A great option is Red Lake Marine where we meet guests in town. They also sell live bait so you can knock out a couple birds with one stone. We’ll get some updates on live bait pricing for 2016 and post that soon.