A change in the regs

Posted by on Sunday, February 14, 2010 at 6:02 pm

Ontario has re-organized its fishing regulation areas from divisions to zones.  Metionga Lake falls within Zone 6.  It is the only one of our lakes to be in this new Zone.  The regulations for this zone have changed regarding Northern Pike.  The new regulation has done away with the slot size restriction.  The no-keep between 27 inches and 36 inches is no longer in effect.  The rule now is that anglers are allowed one northern over 70 cms.  For those who might be metrically changed, that is one over 27.6 inches.   So regardless whether one has a conservation or sportsman’s license, the limit is one northern over 70 cms.  Those who fish with us, know that our own camp policy regarding fish keeping is no trophies (northerns over 27 inches or walleye over 22 inches) are to be killed.  Therefore this is not a big change for us.  Please check out our Guest Planning Handbook , available on our web site, for details of our trophy fish catch and consume policy.

We have been leaders in our industry regarding service, equipment, facilities and conservation for many years.  Our theory on this is that we must either lead, follow or get out of the way.  We choose to lead.   Consider an Ignace Outposts fishing vacation for 2010.

We may not be the cheapest, but we are not the most expensive either.   And we do strive to give you the absolute best value for your dollar – whether is be a Canadian or US dollar. 


Please note, that as of now, none of the other zones we have camps in have changed any regulations.

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