Changes to angling regulations coming in spring

Published on Wednesday, 22 February 2023 08:29

As part of the provincial government’s strategy to reduce red tape, they’ve made changes to the angling regulations, which will come into effect as of April 1. One of the most notable changes to take place will be the elimination of the two categories of fishing licences, conservation and regular, with the replacement of a single annual licence for each residency type.
“There are a significant number of changes that will be implemented,” said a Provincial Spokesperson. “Some of the more prominent changes include moving to one annual angling licence and one possession limit for each fish species, replacing the two-tier fish limits of conservation and regular. There will also be changes to angling licence fees and a one-day angling licence option will be implemented.

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