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2021 Fishing Season Information

Posted on: May 14, 2021  |  

Fishing Season starts  May 15 in the Southern Region.  

The Manitoba Government offers 3 options to purchase a Manitoba Angling Licence:

    1. Online at www.manitobaelicensing.ca
    2. In-person at select issuers. A list of issuers is available online at Issuer Locations – Manitoba   Call ahead to ensure angling licences are available.
    3. By phone at 1-877-880-1203. Allow 10 business days for mail delivery.

Angling licences must be printed, signed and carried on you when fishing. Issuers and phone orders will provide you with a printed licence.

For online orders

First time customers: An account will need to be created, no matter which method you use to obtain your angling licence. You will be
provided with a Customer Identification Number (CID#) to use for all your future orders. When obtaining an angling licence, please ensure
you select the correct residency.
Returning customers: To obtain an angling licence, you will require your Customer Identification Number (CID#) in order to access your existing account whether done online, by phone, or in-person at a participating issuer. You were assigned a CID# when you ordered an angling licence or other licence/permit in 2020. Online accounts can also be accessed by using your registered secondary identification number and password.
A Manitoba Senior Conservation Angling Licence is free of charge.

For more information, visit: www.manitobaelicensing.ca or call 1-877-880-1203

The 2021 Manitoba Anglers Guide is available here.  There were no regulation changes affecting the Whiteshell in for 2021.

 

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