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Old 07-20-2021, 12:51 PM   #1
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Provincial parks Canada.

My sister lives in Canmore Alberta Ca. I live in Utah USA. She wants to meet in a provincial park near Waterton park. I have fished in Yellowstone NP without a Wyoming fishing license because I had a park entrance pass. My question, If I pay to camp in a Canadian provincial park camp ground can I fish, or do I need to buy a Alberta Province fishing license ? I think I need to get a license somehow.

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My sister lives in Canmore Alberta Ca. I live in Utah USA. She wants to meet in a provincial park near Waterton park. I have fished in Yellowstone NP without a Wyoming fishing license because I had a park entrance pass. My question, If I pay to camp in a Canadian provincial park camp ground can I fish, or do I need to buy a Alberta Province fishing license ? I think I need to get a license somehow.

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First off the Canada border is still closed to non-essential travel so you may not be able to go to Canada at this time. The reason you can fish in Yellowstone is it is a special thing. Otherwise any other place you have to have a license. I'm sure Canada would be the same and usually out of state or country fishing license are expensive. Don't get caught without one because the penalties are anything from tickets to confiscation of all equipment and even the vehicle you are in depending on where you are. This is the case in Alaska
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Alberta used to issue a hunting/fishing permit that allowed you to buy a fishing licence. Both were pretty reasonable. Whatever you do, don't cross into BC to fish the Elk. It's classified water and special tags are required. Costs a BC resident and costs non-residents a heck of a lot more.

Fully vaccinated Americans will be to enter Canada Aug. 7 ( I believe is the date ). Canadians can't enter the US at least up until Aug. 21 ( maybe longer ).
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Correction. Fully vaccinated Americans will be to enter Canada Aug. 9.
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Correction. Fully vaccinated Americans will be to enter Canada Aug. 9.
Wish that they had a vaccination for 12 and under.

You are right a non resident needs a fishing licence or if under 18 in Ontario to be with a person that has a valid Ontario Outdoors card then they do not need a licence, some ID would be a good idea.

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if you are Canadian, under 12 or under 18 and with a person that has a valid Ontario Outdoors card some ID would be a good idea or 65 plus, it is free (65 and free requires birth certificate or Canadian photo id with age) possibly just look old lol.

Remember when you get vaccinated you are protecting both those that can not and those will not get vaccinated.

Smart anti-vaxxers want everyone else to get vaccinated for their safety

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You might need 2 licenses depending on where you want to fish. Fishing in a national park requires a separate National Parks license. Fishing elsewhere in Alberta requires a Provincial license. They are two separate entities.

From the Parks Canada wesite:

Fishing permits
A national park fishing permit is required when angling in Canada's national parks. Provincial fishing licenses are not valid.

Anyone under the age of 16 may fish in the national parks without a permit if accompanied by a national park permit holder 16 years of age or older. However, their catch is then included within the permit holder’s daily limit. A valid national park pass is also required when fishing in the mountain national parks.

Daily - $9.80
Annual - $34.30

You can purchase your fishing permit at national park visitor centres.

And here is the link to the Alberta Fishing Licenses and Fees etc
https://mywildalberta.ca/buy-licence...s/default.aspx

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Correction. Fully vaccinated Americans will be to enter Canada Aug. 9.
The strike may impact that.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/cbs...rder-1.6118764
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You need 1 license for fishing in National Parks and 1 license for the rest of Alberta

https://mywildalberta.ca/buy-licence...s/default.aspx

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/ab/wat.../peche-fishing

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Alberta Fishing and Border opens

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Alberta Fishing https://www.albertarelm.com/licensing.page

Canada is opending up the land border to FULLY immunized Americans as of August 9th
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You will need an Alberta Sportfishing Licence. This link will tell you about it: https://mywildalberta.ca/buy-licence...s/default.aspx
You might need a Resource Development Certificate first as well, I think I did (I live in Alberta). You can set up a RELM account and buy the licence on-line, but also there are some retail outlets where you can get them in person. Pincher Creek and Cardston are close to Waterton and would have a retail outlet probably. There is a search on the Wild Alberta link above.

There are all sorts of different rules for different zones and certain waters within the zones, eg possession limits etc. I seem to remember squishing down all my barbed hooks as well. The regs are also available on-line. Note that Waterton is a National Park, and to fish in there you need a Parks fishing licence.
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A related but interesting side note. A man from KY went to Canada and was facing possible fine of hundreds of thousands of dollars for breaking covid protocol during the height of the pandemic. See

https://www.cincinnati.com/story/new...ct/3442049001/

Then this same guy comes back to the US and gets lost in the Grand Canyon. See

https://www.fox19.com/2021/03/02/nky...national-park/


After which they unfortunately found his body

https://scallywagandvagabond.com/202...-grand-canyon/

On a more positive note many of the restrictions have been lifted now. Not saying the same thing will happen to you if you visit Canada. ����
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