If you are going fishing in Ontario you will need your licence and to follow the rules.
That is according to the Ministry of Natural Resources website.
There they state that to acquire a fishing licence for Ontario you must be a Canadian resident for a minimum of 6 months and between the ages of 18 to 64.
You must also have both parts of your licence, the outdoors card and tag, on you at all times when fishing.
The Ministry also wants to remind you to follow catch and possession limits per person when out on the water.
For more details on obtaining an Ontario fishing licence or the rules and regulations visit the ministry of natural resources’ website or give them a call.