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  • How do you get a fishing license in Ontario?

  • Ontario residents must apply for an Outdoors Card and pay for a fishing license tag in order to get a full fishing license. In order to obtain a fishing tag, residents must use a form of valid payment to purchase the fishing tag — credit and debit cards are accepted online. A mail-in application can take up to four to six weeks to be processed.

  • What age do you need a fishing license at in Ontario?

  • Most Canadian residents need a Fishing Version Outdoors Card and licence to fish in Ontario if they are between the ages of 18 and 64 years old. Those under 18 or 65 years or older are exempt.

  • Do seniors in Ontario need a fishing license?

  • Under 18 years old: You don’t need an Outdoors Card or licence; however, you must always carry Government-issued ID that lists your name and date of birth with you while fishing. Catch and possession limits for a Sport Fishing Licence apply. Over 65 years old: You don’t need an Outdoors Card or a fishing licence, but you may purchase them. Your fees will go towards managing fish and wildlife populations in Ontario.

  • How do you get a hunting license in Ontario?

  • As Easy as 1, 2, 3Study and Pass the Online CoursePay the One-Time Fee and Print your Online VoucherAttend your State/Provincial Follow-up Class and Get your Hunting License