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June 26, 2013
How Anglers Shouldn't Cross The Canadian Border

Anglers With well over three million lakes, Canada has more freshwater trophy fish potential than anywhere else in the world. Kind of explains the dilated pupils and cartoon hearts that accompany most Canadian fishing trip stories.

Of course, there are some real horror stories, too. But most involve trouble at the border, not fishing. Like having live bait confiscated, dogs turned away, and some unlucky guys discovering they're not even allowed into the country. Most of these situations could have been avoided if the unprepared anglers had done their homework.

So, if you haven't visited our neighbor to the north recently, you've gotta read this, which spells out what kind of live bait you can bring across, how much alcohol and tobacco and other recommendations for smooth sailing.

For the answers to these questions and more, check out Canadian fishing travel agency owner Joel Prunty's blog at FishingClub.com.
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