At the border you will typically be asked 3 questions:
1. What is your purpose in visiting Canada?
Tell them you are going fishing or hunting
2. Are you bringing alcohol into Canada?
1 liter of liquor, 1 liter of wine OR 1 case of beer per person of age
3. Are you transporting firearms into Canada?
If you are, declare them…they must be registered
No hand guns allowed in Canada
4. If you have a DUI, DWI or felony, you may be denied entry into Canada.
What to Pack
bath towel and washcloth
clothing for any temperature (hot or cold)
rain gear & waterproof footwear
fishing gear and tackle
food and beverage (canola oil, coffee, condiments, eggs, etc.) or purchase groceries at Garden Market IGA, X-tra Foods, Safeway or WalMart all located in Dryden
NEW: You can bring 10 lbs. per person of US Grade No. 1 potatoes across the border
you are allowed 2 dozen eggs per person
sunscreen and lip balm
camera and film
paper products such as paper towels and napkins
fishing/hunting ONTARIO OUTDOORS CARD
Hunters!! Remember hunting gear, ammunition, tree stand, ground blind, orange vest & an orange cap, a current valid hunting license from your state of residence and a firearms acquisition to be able to bring your gun or guns across the border
For more information call ow free line at 1-800-699-9390
Indian Point Camp
Box 681, Dryden, Ontario
Canada, P8N 2Z3