Yes, Kevin Van Dam, the greatest angler in the world, is back for another exclusive closed door angler’s workshop. You’ve been to his seminars, seen him on television and followed his tournament career – now’s the chance to ask Kevin VanDam that question you’ve always wondered about - a special technique, a hot tip or his ideas on how to further your fishing career. The Ultimate Fishing Show – Detroit has made special arrangements to hold a private seminar for show guests on Friday, January 13th at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. This isn’t a typical seminar – KVD will be answering your questions, submitted online using the form below. You get to choose what Kevin talks about, but you must register online for this special limited seating event. In addition to the Q&A, there will be free prize drawings for all attendees. Seating is limited, register now!
For the anglers that fish St. Clair and any other Canadian waters you are now required to have a non-Canadian resident Outdoors Card along with your Canadian Fishing license.
"An Outdoors Card alone is NOT a fishing license"
Who needs to purchase a non-Canadian resident Outdoors Card and fishing license tag to fish in Ontario?
Anyone who lives outside of Canada is considered a non-resident for the purposes of fishing license regulations. Most non-residents need a fishing licence to fish in Ontario. Specifically:
Non-Canadian residents 18 years of age and over must purchase a fishing license.
Non-Canadian residents under 18 years of age may fish without a license if accompanied by an adult (resident or non-resident) who has an Ontario recreational fishing licence. Any fish caught are part of the catch and possession limit of the adult who holds the license. As another option, non-Canadian residents under 18 years may purchase a licence and any fish caught apply to the catch and possession limits of that license.
Non-Canadian residents 65 years of age or older are not exempt from licensing requirements.
“It’s all about the willingness to win,” he said. “Going back to my first-day decisions, my second-day decisions and my third-day decisions, I stuck to my game plan.”
He started the final day in a backwater pond with both Bill Lowen and Matt Reed and hoped to leave with a limit no later than 11:30. Early on, the other two anglers scored while Lane looked on sheepishly.
“Watching those other guys catch them plays into your head,” he said.