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Canada 4 Fishing - Your Canada visitor and tourism info guide

Be sure to visit our provincial visitor information pages for specific information regarding fishing licences for each individual province.

Crossing the international border into Canada has been a favorite recreational pasttime of our American friends and international guests, but since 9/11 the process has changed, rules have been more strictly enforced, and the traveller needs more information. While our borders are friendly, we do have rather strict rules and regulations as to what you can bring into Canada. Best to do a little reading first, and be prepared to declare everything to our friendly Customs officials. If you don't follow the rules things can become rather disappointing.

Canada Customs require that US citizens carry proof of residency, and some identification documents showing citizenship such as a US passport (this is the best), birth certificate, or baptismal certificate. Visitors from other countries should contact the Canadian Consulate or Embassy in your country. You will be required to carry at least a valid passport, and possibly a visa.

Pleasure boats coming by water or trailer need Customs entry permits at port of entry.


1) Download and Print out the online application form. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to download this file. If you do not have it you can download if for free from Adobe.

2) Copy the following address on a good sized envelope:

CTR - Canadian Tax Refund, P.O. Box 42090, Vancouver, B.C. V6P 6S6, CANADA

3) Take this envelope with you to Canada and place your receipts in this envelope. When you return home, mail the envelope and receipts with your completed application signed and dated. You have up to one year from the date of departure to make a claim.

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