Ontario residents need an Outdoors Card to fish in Ontario if they are at least 18 years old and have not yet reached their 65th birthday.
Walleye must be at least 50 cm (19.7 in) to keep on Lake Clear. There is a two fish limit. Season is Jan 1-Mar 15 and 3rd Sat in May-Dec 31.
On Lake Clear, you cannot keep Lake Trout between 40 and 55 cm (15.7-21.7 in.). Trout season is open from 3rd Saturday in May to end of September. There is a two fish limit.
S- 4 fish, not more than ONE larger than 50 cms. C - 2 fish, one not larger than 50 cms. (19.7 in.).
Small Mouth/Large Mouth Bass: Season open from 4th Saturday in June - Nov. 30th. Maximum: S. - 6 fish, and C. 2 fish.
Northern Pike: Season is Jan. 1-March 31st, and 3rd Saturday in May - Dec. 31. Maximum - S. 6, C. 2.
Yellow Perch: No limit on season. Maximum S - 50 fish, C - 25 fish.
Fish Information for Your Lake
Find your local fish information, from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry's Fish ON-Line website by clicking here. Zoom in and choose layers to see where fishing is allowed and prohibited, to find public boat launches and local fishing regulations, as well as licensing information and links to local weather information.
Remember: if you are moving a boat between waterbodies, it is imperative to be part of the effort to PREVENT the spread of invasive species by cleaning and draining and drying your boat. Get more important information from FOCA here: https://foca.on.ca/invasive-species/
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