Department of Fisheries & Aquaculture
With summer upon us, options still exist for anglers across Nova Scotia. Warm water species such as smallmouth bass and perch are eager to do battle in the heat of the summer.
An amendment to the Fisheries and Coastal Resources Act will allow a financial contribution to be collected on the sale of lobster, if the industry chooses to implement one.
The aquaculture industry was worth more than $54.3 million in 2013 and directly employed 636 men and women in full- and part-time positions. At present, there are 44 companies actively farming fish in Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia’s sport fishing season is now open. Download your copy of the 2015 angler’s handbook at:
Aquaculture resources, site mapping tool, application process, veterinarian services, leases, licensing, permits, laws and regulations.
Lake inventory maps, sportfishing guides, event schedule, tackle program, special management areas, licences and regulations.
Commercial Fisheries resources, activities and events, licensing, permits, laws and regulations.