2019 fishing regulations in Ontario - Zone 16

m. werneburg, 2019.04.27

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Ontario fisheries management zone 16

Walleye &Sauger

Season: Jan. 1 to Mar. 15 &2nd Sat. in May to Dec. 31 S—4; not more than 1 greater than 46 cm (18.1 in.) C—2; not more than 1 greater than 46 cm (18.1 in.)

Largemouth &Smallmouth Bass

Season: 4th Sat. in June to Nov. 30 S—6 C—2

Northern Pike

Season: Jan. 1 to Mar. 31 &2nd Sat. in May to Dec. 31 S—6 C—2

Muskellunge

Season: 1st Sat. in June to Dec. 15 S—1; must be greater than 91 cm (36 in.) C—0

Yellow Perch

Open all year S—50 C—25

Crappie

Open all year S—30 C—10

Sunfish

Open all year S—50 C—25

Brook Trout*

Season: 4th Sat. in Apr. to Sept. 30 S—5 C—2

Brown Trout*

Season: 4th Sat. in Apr. to Sept. 30 S—5 C—2

Rainbow Trout*

Season: 4th Sat. in Apr. to Sept. 30 S—2 C—1

Lake Trout*

Season: Jan. 1 to Sept. 30 S—2 C—1

Splake*

Open all year S—5 C—2

Pacific Salmon*

Season: 4th Sat. in Apr. to Sept. 30 S—5 C—2

Atlantic Salmon*

Closed all year

Lake Whitefish

Open all year S—12 C—6

Lake Sturgeon

Closed all year

Channel Catfish

Open all year S—12 C—6

*Aggregate limits apply to these species.

ADDITIONAL ZONE 16 FISHING OPPORTUNITIES

Rainbow trout, Brown trout and Pacific salmon extended fall season (4th Sat. in Apr. to Dec. 31) continued.

Maitland River—Colborne, Goderich, Hullett, East and West Wawanosh, Turnberry twps. between County Road 4 and the downstream side of the Hwy. 21 bridge (Huron County).

Nine Mile (Lucknow) River—Ashfield and West Wawanosh Twps. between County Road 86 and Lake Huron.

North Creek—Middleton Twp. downstream of Hwy 3.

Rouge River—from Hwy. 2 in the City of Toronto upstream to the south side of Hwy. 407 in the Town of Markham.

Sauble River—Amabel Twp. from the lowest ledge of Sauble Falls 440 m (1,443 ft.) downstream to a line drawn perpendicular to the river’s current.

Saugeen River—Arran, Amabel, Brant, Elderslie and Saugeen Twps. and in the Town of Walkerton and the Village of Paisley, between the Truax Dam (Walkerton) and the westerly edge of the concrete abutments downstream of Denny's Dam.

Sixteen Mile Creek (Oakville Creek) and tributaries—Town of Oakville from Hwy. 2 upstream to the south side of Hwy. 407.

Sturgeon River and tributaries—Tay and Oro-Medonte Twps. (Simcoe County)—including the mouth of the Sturgeon River at Georgian Bay.

Young’s Creek—from the dam on Lot 23, Conc. III to the downstream side of the Front Road bridge.

Rainbow trout, Brown trout and Pacific salmon open all year

Black Creek—City of Nanticoke from Hwy. 3 to the junction with the Lynn River.

Bronte Creek—Town of Oakville from Hwy. 2 to Lake Ontario.

Credit River and tributaries—City of Mississauga from the south side of Hwy. 403 bridge downstream to Lake Ontario.

Don River and tributaries – City of Toronto from Lake Ontario upstream to Eglinton Avenue.

Fifteen Mile Creek—City of St. Catharines and town of Lincoln between the Queen Elizabeth Way and Lake Ontario.

Forty Mile Creek—Town of Grimsby between the Queen Elizabeth Way and Lake Ontario.

Grindstone Creek—City of Burlington from Hwy. 2 (Plains Road) to Hamilton Harbour of Lake Ontario—City of Hamilton and Region of Halton.

Highland Creek—City of Toronto from the downstream edge of the Hwy. 2 (Kingston Road) bridge to Lake Ontario.

Humber River—City of Toronto between Eglinton Ave. and Lake Ontario.

Nottawasaga River—from the Boyne River downstream (north) to Georgian Bay.

Rouge River—City of Toronto between Hwy. 2 and Lake Ontario.

Sixteen Mile (Oakville) Creek—Town of Oakville from Hwy. 2 to Lake Ontario.

Sixteen Mile Creek—Town of Lincoln between the Queen Elizabeth Way and Lake Ontario.

Spencer Creek—City of Hamilton from Hwy. 102 (Cootes Dr.) to Lake Ontario.

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Ozzies!

Sorry but as a working class Englishman, im sick of the ozzie attitude towards my fellow country men. Pommie this and pommie that...how old is that! You Canadians however are the friendliest people i have ever met..you should be proud ..unlike the Ozzies you DO have a great country...and no chip on your shoulders like the "okkas". Sooner Oz becomes a republic...the better!

Carl T
2003.10.10

Not sure what 'okkas' refers to, but I've found quite a bit of friction between the Aussies and Brits. I suspect the Aussie snobbery to the UK comes from their ancestors having been booted out over often trivial matters.

-Michael
Electronics,CD's vhs etc

This is more of a question than a comment, I understand that I should shed all of my electronics here before my move to Sydney, I have a large VHS and DVD collection, Does anyone know if they will work there using my equipment and a power converter? I have heard they may not play on an Aussie TV. The power converter will be used for somethings I cannot part with. Hopefully the PC will work if I switch it to 240 at the back?

Help!

James

James
2003.09.11

Forget the DVD player, Australia is in a different region from N. America. It may be the same for the VHS (PAL or HAL?). The PC will be fine.

-Michael
ROOT

Should have included the word Root (S) especially because of the laugh that Aussies get when they see some mad Canadian wandering around Oz proudly wearing a ROOTS shirt!

Nicole
2003.03.26

Thanks, Nicole. That never occurred to me. IIRC, both the Canadian and US teams went to 'Stralia with 'roots' brand clothing in 2000!

-Michael