Fishing in the north is a great experience for any angler young and old, but fishing in Canada can bring just a little bit more the thrill of fishing. They have different laws you need to know and other things you have to follow, but if you obey the laws you will have a good time and bring back a lot of walleye and other fish that will taste great the next time that you sit down for supper.
Planning a trip into Canada is not the easiest thing to do, or is the cheapest, but it is well worth it just for the fishing. When you go to Ontario, Canada, make sure you have the proper things with you such as your passport, fishing gear, license and the proper permits which will allow you to fish and stay in the country.
You will find the same fish in Canada as you will find in the US, but it seems more tranquil when you are fishing on the lake in a boat floating around with your line in the water. In order to fish in these waters, you need a registration tag that is signed otherwise, if a conservation officer stops you, all of your things you brought will be confiscated and you will receive a fine. Nobody wants to ruin a vacation by having it cut short because you did not know what you needed to bring.
Conservation officers can give you some great advice about the fishing in Canada. They are the ones you want to seek out if you are unsure about the rules and regulations concerning fishing in Canada. Walleye fishing has been on an incline in the last few years and you will find some of the greatest resorts north of the border. So if you plan on going to Canada for fishing, make sure you have all of the proper documents you need so you can enjoy your trip.