Ontario – Canada

Multiple lines for Common Carp and clarifying chumming regulations

In June 2019, the MNRF presented a proposal to allow the use of multiple lines when angling for common carp in certain Fisheries Management Zones, and to clarify the rules around chumming (or baiting) fishing areas provincially. At the time of printing, they are working with Fisheries and Oceans Canada to finalize changes to the Ontario Fishery Regulations to enable this proposal. It is hoped these changes will come into effect in the Spring of 2021.

More updates will be posted soon: https://www.ontario.ca/page/fishing-notices-and-updates

Ontario – Canada

Multiple lines for Common Carp and clarifying chumming regulations In June 2019, the MNRF presented a proposal to allow the use of multiple lines when angling for

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Discovery Month

While many CAG events are based on fish size and number, Discovery Month (actually 6 weeks) runs every Fall and is based on Writing, Photography

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CAG Carp Classic (CCC)

Originating in 1994 as the Chicago Carp Classic and fished on the banks of the Downtown Chicago River this hot contested but friendly, one day

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