The 2011 non-resident fishing and hunting license prices in Ontario, Canada are now available and listed below. These prices are listed in Canadian dollars and include 13% HST taxes.
- 8 day regular fishing tag – 49.02
- 8 day conservation fishing tag – 28.27
- Annual regular fishing tag – $76.49
- Annual conservation fishing tag – $47.13
- Moose tag – $438.28
- Black bear tag – $219.01
- Small game tag – $109.63
Just a reminder for our regulars and a heads up for new guests, a Non-Canadian Resident Outdoors Card is required before you can purchase an actual fishing or hunting license. The card is good for 3 years from date of purchase and this year, it costs $9.68 (Canadian).
If you plan on hunting, remember that you’ll need a valid hunting license from your home jursidiction to show a card issuer.
The Ministry of Natural Resources has mentioned that it’s trying to have an updated licensing system available on its website by this summer so those of you with current non-resident cards might consider purchasing your fishing or hunting tag online when this system becomes available. We’ll post a link when we find out that the online ordering system is live.