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The 2022 Recreational Angling season begins on Friday, April 15, 2022. All Angling regulations as well as those pertaining to COVID-19 are in force., What are the fees for the fishing licence?, Fees vary. Find a list of current fees at Angling Resources and Information Centre . All licensed...
Hunting for migratory birds or upland game has been an important activity for generations of Islanders. The Hunting Resources and Information Centre provides links on licensing, resident and non-resident hunting regulations, outfitting and guides and hunter education programs. Visit Hunter and...
What do residents need in order to hunt legally on PEI?, In order to hunt legally on PEI, residents must : Obtain a PEI hunting Licence If you are hunting migratory birds, please refer to the Other Information links listed below Pay the annual Wildlife Conservation Fund fee (see below) Show proof...
What do non-residents need in order to hunt legally on PEI?, In order to hunt legally on PEI, non-residents must : Obtain a PEI hunting Licence If you are hunting for species such as ducks or geese, a federal Migratory Bird Permit Show proof of Hunter Safety training Hunt with a licensed resident...
Do I need a licence to become a fur trapper on PEI?, Yes. In order to trap furbearing animals on PEI, you must be a licensed trapper. Trappers must have the permission of the land owner before setting any traps and must conduct trapping operations in a humane and sustainable manner. For information...