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Fishing at Fanshawe, Pittock & Wildwood Conservation Areas
The fishing is good at Fanshawe, Wildwood, and Pittock Reservoirs, from shore or in your boat. All three lakes are home to perch, bass and northern pike, and Fanshawe also has walleye (see below for some of the fish species).
The Ontario Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary has information on licences, seasons and catch limits. The Thames River watershed is located in Fisheries Management Zone (FMZ) 16.
The Guide to Eating Ontario Sport Fish provides information on consumption guidelines.
All anglers between ages 18 and 64 must posses a valid fishing licence. People not in this age group do not need a licence, but have all the rights and responsibilities of people with a licence. Visitors from outside the province need a non-resident licence.
Boaters at Fanshawe - Beware of Zebra Mussels!
Eating your Catch
Consumption information for fish caught in Fanshawe and Pittock Lakes is available in the Guide to Eating Ontario Sport Fish. At Wildwood Lake, the only restriction is for Largemouth Bass over 14 inches (35 cm), which should be eaten no more than four times a month.
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