Fisheries and Land Resources

Frequently Asked Questions - Fishing at the Park

  1. Are visitors allowed to fish at Salmonier Nature Park?
  2. How do anglers gain access to fishing within the Park and is a permit needed?

 

1. Are visitors allowed to fish at Salmonier Nature Park?

Fishing (trout and salmon) is permitted only within the Limited Use area of Salmonier Nature Park. This is the unfenced, remote back country of the park that is set aside as a wilderness reserve. A permit is required to gain access to this area.

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2. How do anglers gain access to fishing within the Park and is a permit needed?

A permit is required to gain access to the Limited Use Area for the purpose of fishing and may be obtained, free of charge, at Salmonier Nature Park, the Inland Fish and Wildlife Division Headquarters at Building 810, Pleasantville and at Paddy's Pond Forestry/Wildlife Office. Permits are issued for a maximum of 10 days, except in the case of registered cabin-owners within the Park, who may receive an annual permit. For more information on the conditions of these permits, please see our "What's New" Section. To gain access to this area, see the attached map.

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