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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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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 


Tight Lines


8/9/22 @ 3:33 PM
toughontrout
USER SINCE 12/21/20

Tx peanut


8/6/22 @ 5:19 AM
peanut09
USER SINCE 1/17/10

Toughontrout, If you get a random you might have to stop at a restaurant to get wifi to do the random. We didn't get one when we crossed in july.  Thunderbay should have a place to get wifi. Good luck and hopefully you don't get one. Hopefully they get rid of them by next year. 

8/5/22 @ 9:41 PM
kona77
USER SINCE 6/20/13

TNT-  I do not know anything about the Pigeon Falls area but depending on the time of day you could consider stopping at a restaurant that has Internet/WI-Fi access and try taking the test then.  All the guys in my truck had internet access as we crossed into International Falls but we lost it as soon as we got on to Hwy 502. We were just happy to not get the random test. If we did, we had discussed stopping somewhere in Int/Falls (like a restaurant) and taking the test there. I have no idea what happens if you just say "the heck with it" and don't take the test. I assume they have the data logged into Arrive/Can so that may impact future trips assuming they keep this process. Good Luck.  

8/5/22 @ 1:46 PM
toughontrout
USER SINCE 12/21/20

Ok, how's this gonna work? I cross @ Pigeon River and go 4 1/2 hours Northwest, ( 2 hours are on logging roads ) to the cabin that I stay @. The only communication that we have is a sattelite phone 4 emergencies. We don't even have electricity, so IF I got a random test, how in ths world could I follow their instructions? Just wondering.

8/5/22 @ 10:05 AM
Deerlake1
USER SINCE 6/20/13

Mike C

I have an iPad. I took pictures of all my friends passports and vac card. I did the ArrCan for all of us on my iPad and submitted it and got my receipt. Then I did it again on my desk top computer and got another receipt and made paper copies and had it in the truck when we crossed but didn’t need it. I at first was going to use my IPad to cross with the ArrCan app but I saw on a site that there is no Wi-Fi at the border so I did the desk top computer and old fashioned paper copy if needed. Probably overkill but I didn’t want three guys being not happy we couldn’t get across because I might have screwed up, but I didn’t mess up so it worked out.

8/4/22 @ 9:36 PM
kona77
USER SINCE 6/20/13

A guy posted this about the random COVD test on Walleye Central if you cross at Fort Frances. There is a drop-off box for the tests in Fort Frances. Agree this is a mess and am just happy our group did not have to test. Also a link to the Health Care provider.


According to this website the hours are 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM.
https://switchhealth.ca/en/individua...ts/covid-test/

We didn't get tested this June, but we got the random tests last year. It's a lot easier to do the test with a good internet connection and a table in front of you. We stopped at La Place Rendez-vous for lunch and the internet connection. The drop off site was at 600 Scott in Fort Frances. It's a box outside of taxi/u-haul rental shop. Nothing fancy.

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