Category Archives: MNR Reports

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MNR’s Advises Catch and Release Fishing

Catch and Release Fishing Catch and release fishing is a concept that is “catching on”! More Information More on what you can do as an angler Catch and Release Fishing  Planning for Successful Catch and Release Helpful Tips on Releasing Fish Community Fisheries and Wildlife Involvement Program Partnerships in Muskellunge Management Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia What is […]

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MNR Strategic Plan for Ontario Fisheries

The Strategic Plan for Ontario Fisheries The Strategic Plan for Ontario Fisheries More Information More on managing Ontario’s fisheries MNR’s Fish and Wildlife Program We All Have a Role Why is the Fisheries Resource Important? Challenges Facing Ontario Fisheries The Strategic Plan for Ontario Fisheries Freshwater fisheries are among Ontario’s most valued natural resources. Protecting […]

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Is your PFD ready to save your life?

Personal Flotation Devices (PFDs) These come in many styles: keyhole jackets, vests, coats and coveralls, and are available in many approved colours. They are not reversible and they will not turn the wearer face up in the water. They are more comfortable and suitable for constant wear. The new inflatable PFDs are legal on the […]

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Personal Watercraft Boats in Ontario Need the Following

They may also ask you to identify the required safety equipment in your boat. Personal Watercraft (PWC) One approved personal flotation device (PFD) or lifejacket of appropriate size for everyone on board. Each device must have the Department of Transport Canada or Canadian Coast Guard/Fisheries and Oceans label and be in good working order.. A […]

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Renewal’s for Fishing Licences

Buy an Ontario Licence Online MORE INFORMATION Ontario fishing information Ontario hunting information Introducing the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources’ New Automated Licensing System The fall of 2011 marks the introduction of the Ministry of Natural Resources’ automated licensing system. Clients will see a number of improvements as a result of the new system. For […]

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Pakwash Lake Consumpiton Advisory

Home Pakwash Lake Kenora Dist. Consumption advisories in the table below represent the maximum number of meals per month recommended for each species/size range indicated. Consult the help page if you are eating multiple species of fish or fish from multiple locations. Advisories may be provided for specific species and/or size ranges which are not […]

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Testing on Chronic Wasting Disease in the Area

Chronic Wasting Disease Results from 2010Posted by Mike Ebbeling on Tuesday, February 8th, 2011 am 9:52:32 AMhttp://www.ckdr.net/news/index.php Nearly 1,400 deer heads were tested for chronic wasting disease last year in Ontario.Ministry of Natural Resources Wildlife Research Technician Tore Buchanan says 362 deer heads were tested in the Dryden, Kenora and Fort Frances Districts.The heads all […]

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Chronic Wasting Disease, Ontario has new Rules.

August 2010 To better protect the province from chronic wasting disease, Ontario has new rules related to hunting with natural attractants and possessing carcasses of cervids or their high risk parts from out of province, or transporting live white-tailed deer, elk, moose or woodland caribou into the province.NEW RULES FOR: 1) hunters using natural attractants […]

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When is the Ice Safe?

This has been a hard freeze up so we took a look to see if we could find the facts. When is the ice safe!Anything under 4 inches of clear ice is unsafe to support 200 pounds. So I told Denis he better stay off the ice! 🙂 5 inches – 800 pounds, one snowmobile7 […]

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Aging Moose

How to age a moose using it’s teeth!, this is a six month old calf teeth. The width of incisors are less than 1 3/4 inches! What a great Link this is. http://www.npwrc.usgs.gov/resource/mammals/mooseage/index.htm Back to the website http://www.pakwashlakecamp.com/