Hunting & fishing quotas
|Specie(s)||Quota and Modalities||Segment(s)||Engine(s)||Period|
|Moose||1 moose for 2 hunters||Female, Male, Calf||Bow, Crossbow||Sep 19 to Oct 4, 2020|
|Moose||1 moose for 2 hunters||Male, Calf||Bow, Crossbow, Gun||Oct 10 to 18, 2020|
|Moose||1 moose for 2 hunters||Male, Calf||Bow, Crossbow, Muzzle-loading guns||Oct 19 to 25, 2020|
|Black Bear||1 bear per hunter||No restriction||Bow, Crossbow, Gun||May 15 to Jun 30, 2020|
|Ruffed Grouse, Spruce Grouse||5 birds per day, possession limit 15||No restriction||Gun||Sep 19, 2020 to Jan 15, 2021|
|Hare||No limit||No restriction||Bow, Crossbow, Gun, Snare||Sep 19, 2020 to Mar 31, 2021|
Hunting zone : 13
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Fishing regulations in the territory of the Zec Kipawa
- You can fish freely on all body of water with a flat fee;
- Live baith fish is prohibited;
- Trouts can be output in whole or fillets. The fish must be identified and counted (a piece of skin must adhere to the net);
- The method to measure the walleye is the total length.
Regulation affecting the walleye!
It is prohibited to keep or have in his possession a walleye less than 37 cm (14½ inches) or more than 53 cm (21 inches) in length from the lakes of the Zec Kipawa.
The walleyes should be transported in whole or in fillets cut into portfolio. This is to enable identification of the species of walleye and determination of the total length. The two nets must be more than 28 cm (11 inches) and less than 40 cm (15½ inches) in length. These should be measured from the tip of the tail inside the home base of the pectoral fin. Nets must be connected by the caudal (tail) fin and pectoral fins and skin must adhere to the net.
|Bass||6||Jun 15 to Sep 13, 2020|
|Northern Pike||6||May 15 to Oct 25, 2020|
|Walleye||6||May 15 to Oct 25, 2020|
|Brook Trout||10||May 15 to Sep 13, 2020|
|Lake Trout||2||May 15 to Sep 13, 2020|
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