Our blogging hiatus has finally come to an end. Carrie and I have been very busy this fall settling back into our “winter” lives in Illinois. We hope you had a terrific Thanksgiving and are enjoying the holiday season.
Many of you will be happy to learn you can now renew your Outdoors Card and purchase your fishing license online at:
If you fished with us during the last three seasons, you have an Outdoors Card that is valid for three years. If you received your first card in 2009 you will be required to renew the card which can be done online. You can also get your first card if you don’t have one already.
According to the website, by entering a valid Outdoors Card number, you can purchase and print a license instantly (we haven’t tested this yet). The main thing to keep in mind if your card is expiring though is to make this purchase several weeks before your trip since the new Outdoors Card will be mailed to you and must accompany your license to be valid. Of course, you will still be able to purchase licenses and renew Outdoors Cards and many locations across Ontario including Red Lake Marine.
2012 license costs are also published for non-residents:
Eight-day sport license (4 walleye & 4 Northern allowed) $50.15
Eight-day conservation license (2 Walleye & 2 Northern allowed) $28.84
For additional information please visit the MNR site above.