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3/12/21 @ 9:05 AM
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Darin - Lake-Link
Darin - Lake-Link
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Keep this on topic! 

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fisher1
USER SINCE 6/27/02

anyone have info on border opening for nonvacs?

9/10/22 @ 7:53 PM
toughontrout
USER SINCE 12/21/20

Kona & Fishhook, you say that's the way you've always done it, but that doesn't mean it's right. I'm not being critical, I'm just trying to find out the legal way to do this, but thanks anyway. We've done it that same way for years, but are now being told that it's illegal so I want to find out the proper, legal way.

9/8/22 @ 7:44 PM
fishhook
fishhook
USER SINCE 9/16/01

We do the exact same thing that kona77 does while at our outpost camp.

"We always put fish guts on an island/rock slope for the gulls and Eagles. Keep them as far away from camp as possible so you do not attract any bears close to your camp.  Most of the outposts camps we have fished have local gulls/eagles that will even monitor/watch you and they usually have them cleaned up in short order".


9/8/22 @ 7:05 PM
kona77
USER SINCE 6/20/13

We always put fish guts on an island/rock slope for the gulls and Eagles. Keep them as far away from camp as possible so you do not attract any bears close to your camp.  Most of the outposts camps we have fished have local gulls/eagles that will even monitor/watch you and they usually have them cleaned up in short order. 

9/8/22 @ 6:54 PM
toughontrout
USER SINCE 12/21/20

I'm trying to find out the proper way to dispose of your fish entrails. Some say, dump them in a deep part of your lake, some say, put them on shore for the seagulls. Any knowledge on this is welcomed.

8/21/22 @ 7:26 PM
toughontrout
USER SINCE 12/21/20

Thanks Kona!

8/21/22 @ 2:45 PM
kona77
USER SINCE 6/20/13

TOT

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) reminds all travellers of the restrictions on bringing poultry into Canada from certain states in the United States. These restrictions apply to raw poultry, poultry products and poultry by-products that are not fully cooked, including eggs and raw pet foods.

You can go to the CBSA site and confirm but raw poultry/eggs etc are prohibited. Others have already mentioned the bait issue. No live or frozen bait (worms, leeches, minnows) etc. etc

8/21/22 @ 2:24 PM
toughontrout
USER SINCE 12/21/20

Looking for an update on what you CAN'T bring into Canada.


8/10/22 @ 8:36 PM
Fishrun
USER SINCE 6/8/20

Went in Monday and came back today. We were only asked for passports both ways. No hassles.

I'm pretty sure it's still one case of beer or one bottle of booze duty free.

Going back at the end of the month and that's what we'll be  taking, one case of beer per person.

8/10/22 @ 7:50 PM
Golf Guy
USER SINCE 7/22/12

Haven’t been to Canada in quite a few years.

Have the rules for bringing in alcohol changed and if so what are the amounts?

Thanks in advance 


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