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JonnyD

Fishing license in Winnipeg

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The last few years, we have had a hard time finding gas stations/bait shops that have fishing licenses available to purchase when we go up to the Red River. They are always out, and we spend half of our first day looking to buy licenses. Does anyone know of a place in Winnipeg that is open 24 hours and sells licenses? We will be coming up at night and would like to stop and get our licenses on the way. The closer to the Perimeter Highway the better.

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We usually stop at the convenience store right at Lockport on the east side of the river. Not sure what their hours are, though. Stu sells licenses at Cats on the Red, but I think they usually close their window by 9:00 or so. I haven't been online to see if you can order your license there. Maybe try that.

MJ

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