Annex C : Other Statistical Tables

Table 1 Origin of licensed anglers by angler category and jurisdiction
Jurisdiction Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other All Non-residents Total
Newfoundland and Labrador1 71,382 4,007 865 4,872 76,254
Prince Edward Island 6,779 1,381 520 1,901 8,680
Nova Scotia 62,143 1,339 630 1,969 64,112
New Brunswick 61,226 2,156 4,127 6,283 67,509
Quebec2 734,848 .. .. .. 734,848
Ontario 1,116,163 31,351 313,446 344,797 1,460,960
Manitoba 140,873 11,844 17,784 29,628 170,501
Saskatchewan 156,920 26,764 10,915 37,679 194,599
Alberta 238,789 8,885 4,357 13,242 252,031
British Columbia Freshwater 280,709 35,417 22,437 57,854 338,563
British Columbia Tidal Waters 181,469 29,480 34,623 64,103 245,572
Yukon 8,380 3,544 3,217 6,761 15,141
Northwest Territories 5,008 4,436 1,302 5,738 10,746
Nunavut3 659 .. .. 751 1,410
Canada 3,065,348 160,604 414,223 575,578 3,640,926
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Due to licensing limitations, the number of resident anglers reflects the number of active anglers only.
2. Resident anglers only, there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
3. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 2 Number and average age of active resident anglers by gender and jurisdiction
Jurisdiction Number of Anglers Average Age
Total Males Females Males Females
Newfoundland and Labrador 71,382 45,150 26,233 54 52
Prince Edward Island 6,413 5,794 619 47 51
Nova Scotia 55,951 51,048 4,903 52 47
New Brunswick 52,770 44,630 8,141 50 47
Quebec 711,610 466,068 245,542 53 50
Ontario 924,549 699,488 225,061 47 44
Manitoba 130,224 97,496 32,728 49 46
Saskatchewan 142,550 97,042 45,508 48 45
Alberta 223,007 171,201 51,806 45 44
British Columbia Freshwater 236,682 188,169 48,514 50 48
British Columbia Tidal Waters 166,824 132,029 34,796 52 50
Yukon 6,755 4,952 1,802 48 44
Northwest Territories 4,500 3,425 1,074 42 41
Nunavut 545 405 140 43 40
Canada 2,733,762 2,006,894 726,869 50 47
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 3 Number and average age of active canadian non-resident anglers by gender and jurisdiction
Jurisdiction Number of Anglers Average Age
Total Males Females Males Females
Newfoundland and Labrador 3,655 3,445 210 53 53
Prince Edward Island 1,381 1,289 92 53 46
Nova Scotia 1,206 1,162 44 51 39
New Brunswick 2,134 1,934 200 56 58
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 29,783 25,710 4,073 48 48
Manitoba 11,461 9,251 2,210 53 53
Saskatchewan 25,886 19,702 6,183 49 46
Alberta 8,239 6,785 1,454 55 45
British Columbia Freshwater 27,627 23,905 3,722 51 47
British Columbia Tidal Waters 28,004 22,987 5,017 54 49
Yukon 3,469 2,887 581 53 47
Northwest Territories 4,273 3,617 655 49 42
Nunavut2 .. .. .. .. ..
Canada 147,116 122,674 24,442 51 47
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recoded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 4 Number and average age of other active non-resident anglers by gender and jurisdiction
Jurisdiction Number of Anglers Average Age
Total Males Females Males Females
Newfoundland and Labrador 799 781 18 57 58
Prince Edward Island 520 472 48 56 65
Nova Scotia 598 576 23 54 48
New Brunswick 4,087 3,814 273 60 56
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 308,211 271,825 36,386 56 54
Manitoba 17,630 16,463 1,168 56 51
Saskatchewan 10,803 9,709 1,094 55 51
Alberta 4,161 3,594 567 55 56
British Columbia Freshwater 21,857 19,880 1,978 56 52
British Columbia Tidal Waters 33,333 26,666 6,667 57 53
Yukon 2,847 2,645 202 54 50
Northwest Territories 1,242 1,150 91 57 56
Nunavut2 .. .. .. .. ..
Canada 406,088 357,573 48,515 56 54
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 5 Number and average age of all non-resident active anglers by gender and jurisdiction
Jurisdiction Number of Anglers Average Age
Total Males Females Males Females
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,454 4,226 228 54 53
Prince Edward Island 1,901 1,761 140 54 53
Nova Scotia 1,805 1,738 67 52 42
New Brunswick 6,221 5,748 473 59 57
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 337,993 297,535 40,458 55 54
Manitoba 29,091 25,713 3,378 55 52
Saskatchewan 36,689 29,411 7,278 51 46
Alberta 12,400 10,378 2,021 55 48
British Columbia Freshwater 49,485 43,784 5,700 53 49
British Columbia Tidal Waters 61,337 49,653 11,685 56 51
Yukon 6,315 5,532 783 53 47
Northwest Territories 5,514 4,768 747 51 43
Nunavut 637 538 99 47 37
Canada 553,841 480,785 73,056 55 52
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 6 Number and average age of all active anglers by gender and jurisdiction
Jurisdiction Number of Anglers Average Age
Total Males Females Males Females
Newfoundland and Labrador 75,836 49,376 26,460 54 52
Prince Edward Island 8,314 7,555 760 49 52
Nova Scotia 57,756 52,786 4,970 52 47
New Brunswick 58,991 50,378 8,614 51 47
Quebec1 711,610 466,068 245,542 53 50
Ontario 1,262,542 997,023 265,519 50 45
Manitoba 159,315 123,209 36,106 51 46
Saskatchewan 179,238 126,452 52,786 49 46
Alberta 235,407 181,579 53,828 45 44
British Columbia Freshwater 286,167 231,953 54,214 51 48
British Columbia Tidal Waters 228,162 181,681 46,481 53 50
Yukon 13,070 10,485 2,586 51 45
Northwest Territories 10,014 8,193 1,821 47 42
Nunavut 1,181 943 239 45 39
Canada 3,287,603 2,487,679 799,924 51 47
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Resident anglers only, there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 7a Origin of non-resident licensed anglers, Atlantic Provinces, 20101
Province/State/Country of Origin Newfoundland and Labrador Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia New Brunswick
Canada:
  Maritimes 1,780 769 680 738
  Quebec 296 44 90 388
  Ontario 1,555 514 391 906
  Prairies 305 54 167 108
  British Columbia 71 - - 7
  Territories - - 10 8
Canadian provinces/territories 4,007 1,381 1,339 2,156
United States:
  New England 188 364 331 2,793
  Mid Atlantic 120 88 101 621
  East North Central 70 - 20 64
  West North Central 31 - - 17
  Mountain 27 - 9 86
  Pacific 64 37 42 62
  South Atlantic 157 10 56 379
  East South Central 19 - 2 -
  West South Central 50 20 - 56
  Alaska - - - 49
  Hawaii - - - -
Other Countries:
  United Kingdom 25 - 27 -
  Other Europe 115 - 42 -
  Mex.,C.A.,S.A.,Car2 - - - -
  Africa - - - -
  Asia - - - -
  Australia/Pacific Region - - - -
United States and other Countries 865 520 630 4,127
Grand Total 4,872 1,901 1,969 6,283
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Includes all active and non-active licensed anglers.
2. Mexico, Central America, South America, and Caribbean.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 7b Origin of non-resident licensed anglers, Ontario and the Prairies, 20101
Province/State/Country of Origin Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta
Canada:
  Maritimes 451 195 227 242
  Quebec 10,993 - - 162
  Ontario - 1,366 797 1,939
  Prairies 18,339 8,359 24,023 2,262
  British Columbia 1,465 1,826 1,717 3,958
  Territories 103 98   323
Canadian provinces/territories 31,351 11,844 26,764 8,885
United States:
  New England 2,625 61 48 98
  Mid Atlantic 53,961 425 269 469
  East North Central 126,024 3,099 1,353 469
  West North Central 99,107 11,376 4,226 197
  Mountain 4,911 845 3,367 737
  Pacific 3,239   661 1,248
  South Atlantic 12,813 994 475 207
  East South Central 4,907 246 143 51
  West South Central 5,549 676 357 586
  Alaska 311 - 16 -
  Hawaii - - - -
Other Countries:
  United Kingdom - 31 - 182
  Other Europe - 31 - 113
  Mex.,C.A.,S.A.,Car2 - - - -
  Africa - - - -
  Asia - - - -
  Australia/Pacific Region - - - -
United States and other Countries 313,446 17,784 10,915 4,357
Grand Total 344,797 29,628 37,679 13,242
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Includes all active and non-active licensed anglers.
2. Mexico, Central America, South America, and Caribbean.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 7c Origin of non-resident licensed anglers, British Columbia, 20101
Province/State/Country of Origin BC Freshwater BC Tidal Waters
Canada
  Maritimes 150 797
  Quebec 214 505
  Ontario 3,234 4,785
  Prairies 29,863 23,265
  British Columbia - -
  Territories 1,955 127
Canadian provinces/territories 35,417 29,480
United States:
  New England - -
  Mid Atlantic 1,126 534
  East North Central 921 551
  West North Central 568 1,182
  Mountain 3,212 2,897
  Pacific 9,968 24,351
  South Atlantic 1,119 937
  East South Central 149 184
  West South Central 617 2,133
  Alaska 46 -
  Hawaii - 146
Other Countries:
  United Kingdom 1,324 117
  Other Europe 2,661 33
  Mex.,C.A.,S.A.,Car2 - -
  Africa 15 -
  Asia 95 -
  Australia/Pacific Region 159 245
  Other - 904
United States and other Countries 22,437 34,623
Grand Total 57,854 64,103
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Includes all active and non-active licensed anglers.
2. Mexico, Central America, South America, and Caribbean.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 7d Origin of non-resident licensed anglers, the Territories and Canada, 20101
Province/State/Country of Origin Yukon Northwest Territories Nunavut2 Canada
Canada:
  Maritimes 258 199 .. 6,487
  Quebec 94 70 .. 12,857
  Ontario 566 637 .. 16,692
  Prairies 1,265 3,176 .. 111,186
  British Columbia 1,360 324 .. 10,728
  Territories - 29 .. 2,653
Canadian provinces/territories 3,544 4,436 .. 160,605
United States:
  New England 83 38 .. 7,495
  Mid Atlantic 136 107 .. 57,956
  East North Central 260 298 .. 133,129
  West North Central 142 215 .. 117,060
  Mountain 367 207 .. 16,666
  Pacific 446 163 .. 40,283
  South Atlantic 215 102 .. 17,464
  East South Central 17 21 .. 5,738
  West South Central 257 87 .. 10,387
  Alaska 410 6 .. 837
  Hawaii - - .. 146
Other Countries:
  United Kingdom 42 - .. 1,748
  Other Europe 803 30 .. 3,828
  Mex.,C.A.,S.A.,Car3 14 - .. 14
  Africa - - .. 15
  Asia 24 - .. 120
  Australia/Pacific Region - 28 .. 432
  Other - - .. 904
United States and other Countries 3,217 1,302 .. 414,223
Unknown origin - - 751 751
Grand Total 6,761 5,738 751 575,578
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Includes all active and non-active licensed anglers.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
3. Mexico, Central America, South America, and Caribbean.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 8: Number of days fished by active anglers in freshwater and saltwater, 2010
Jurisdiction Freshwater Saltwater Total
Number of Days Average per Angler1 Number of Days Average per Angler2 Number of Days Average per Angler3
Newfoundland and Labrador
Resident 664,680 13.1 415,397 8.4 1,080,077 15.1
Non-resident Canadian 19,323 5.4 2,848 4.0 22,171 6.1
Non-resident Other 4,891 6.3 654 6.7 5,546 6.9
All non-residents 24,214 5.6 3,502 4.3 27,716 6.2
Total 688,894 12.5 418,900 8.4 1,107,793 14.6
Prince Edward Island
Resident 108,996 19.1 47,942 14.3 156,938 24.5
Non-resident Canadian 8,854 7.5 2,154 4.1 11,007 8.0
Non-resident Other 4,693 9.2 902 4.3 5,595 10.8
All non-residents 13,546 8.0 3,055 4.2 16,602 8.7
Total 122,543 16.6 50,997 12.5 173,540 20.9
Nova Scotia
Resident 819,313 14.8 218,030 9.9 1,037,343 18.5
Non-resident Canadian 7,345 6.1 1,145 4.4 8,490 7.0
Non-resident Other 4,103 6.9 356 4.2 4,459 7.5
All non-residents 11,448 6.4 1,501 4.3 12,949 7.2
Total 830,761 14.6 219,532 9.8 1,050,293 18.2
New Brunswick
Resident 664,814 12.7 56,712 8.2 721,527 13.7
Non-resident Canadian 10,843 5.1 193 2.6 11,036 5.2
Non-resident Other 23,569 5.8 134 2.3 23,702 5.8
All non-residents 34,411 5.6 326 2.5 34,738 5.6
Total 699,226 11.9 57,039 8.1 756,264 12.8
Quebec4
Resident 9,199,143 13.1 410,650 10.3 9,609,792 13.5
Non-resident Canadian .. .. .. .. .. ..
Non-resident Other .. .. .. .. .. ..
All non-residents .. .. .. .. .. ..
Total 9,199,143 13.1 410,650 10.3 9,609,792 13.5
Ontario
Resident 14,364,947 15.5 14,364,947 15.5
Non-resident Canadian 302,283 10.1 302,283 10.1
Non-resident Other 2,251,192 7.3 2,251,192 7.3
All non-residents 2,553,475 7.6 2,553,475 7.6
Total 16,918,421 13.4 16,918,421 13.4
Manitoba
Resident 1,819,031 14.0 1,819,031 14.0
Non-resident Canadian 85,356 7.5 85,356 7.5
Non-resident Other 115,056 6.5 115,056 6.5
All non-residents 200,412 6.9 200,412 6.9
Total 2,019,443 12.7 2,019,443 12.7
Saskatchewan
Resident 2,008,339 14.1 2,008,339 14.1
Non-resident Canadian 192,961 7.5 192,961 7.5
Non-resident Other 60,011 5.6 60,011 5.6
All non-residents 252,972 6.9 252,972 6.9
Total 2,261,311 12.6 2,261,311 12.6
Alberta
Resident 3,289,524 14.8 3,289,524 14.8
Non-resident Canadian 48,787 5.9 48,787 5.9
Non-resident Other 19,984 4.8 19,984 4.8
All non-residents 68,770 5.5 68,770 5.5
Total 3,358,294 14.3 3,358,294 14.3
British Columbia Freshwater
Resident 3,458,221 14.6 3,458,221 14.6
Non-resident Canadian 205,488 7.4 205,488 7.4
Non-resident Other 151,607 6.9 151,607 6.9
All non-residents 357,095 7.2 357,095 7.3
Total 3,815,316 13.3 3,815,316 13.3
British Columbia Tidal Waters
Resident 1,790,286 10.7 1,790,286 10.7
Non-resident Canadian 115,579 4.1 115,579 4.1
Non-resident Other 147,093 4.4 147,093 4.4
All non-residents 262,671 4.3 262,671 4.3
Total 2,052,957 9.0 2,052,957 9.0
Yukon
Resident 83,280 12.3 83,280 12.3
Non-resident Canadian 16,247 4.7 16,247 4.7
Non-resident Other 18,548 6.6 18,548 6.6
All non-residents 34,795 5.5 34,795 5.5
Total 118,076 9.0 118,076 9.0
Northwest Territories
Resident 60,918 13.5 60,918 13.5
Non-resident Canadian 20,171 4.7 20,171 4.7
Non-resident Other 7,050 5.7 7,050 5.7
All non-residents 27,220 4.9 27,220 4.9
Total 88,139 8.8 88,139 8.8
Nunavut5
Resident 5,367 11.3 1,607 7.3 6,974 12.8
Non-resident Canadian .. .. .. .. .. ..
Non-resident Other .. .. .. .. .. ..
All non-residents 2,866 5.7 1,004 3.9 3,870 6.1
Total 8,233 8.4 2,610 5.5 10,844 9.2
Canada
Resident 36,546,573 14.4 2,940,624 10.2 39,487,197 14.4
Non-resident Canadian 917,657 7.7 121,919 4.1 1,039,576 7.1
Non-resident Other 2,660,702 7.1 149,138 4.4 2,809,840 6.9
All non-residents 3,581,225 7.3 272,061 4.3 3,853,286 7.0
Total 40,127,798 13.3 3,212,685 9.1 43,340,483 13.2
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. This average is based on the anglers who fished in freshwater in 2010.
2. This average is based on the anglers who fished in saltwater in 2010.
3. This average is based on the anglers who fished in freshwater and/or saltwater in 2010.
4. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
5. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics

Table 9: Number of days and average days fished through the ice, 20101
Jurisdiction Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other All non-residents Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 117,552 316 128 444 117,996
  - average days 5.2 3.3 7.1 3.9 5.2
Prince Edward Island 5,660 39 0 39 5,699
  - average days 7.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 6.7
Nova Scotia 33,727 12 0 12 33,739
  - average days 6.2 1.0 0.0 1.0 6.2
New Brunswick 64,243 514 1,188 1,701 65,945
  - average days 12.9 3.8 6.1 5.1 12.4
Quebec2 1,332,343 .. .. .. 1,332,343
  - average days 6.5 .. .. .. 6.5
Ontario 1,790,745 27,637 46,232 73,869 1,864,614
  - average days 6.9 5.1 4.6 4.8 6.8
Manitoba 270,038 5,960 2,960 8,921 278,958
  - average days 6.0 4.2 5.6 4.6 6.0
Saskatchewan 382,236 17,820 379 18,199 400,436
  - average days 7.0 5.3 4.8 5.3 6.9
Alberta 404,500 3,069 123 3,193 407,693
  - average days 5.4 4.2 2.0 4.0 5.4
British Columbia Freshwater 212,697 1,392 1,628 3,021 215,718
  - average days 6.4 3.3 7.7 4.7 6.4
British Columbia Tidal Waters3
  - average days
Yukon 7,980 132 581 713 8,693
  - average days 4.2 2.0 3.2 2.9 4.0
Northwest Territories 10,441 203 107 310 10,751
  - average days 5.3 1.8 1.6 1.7 5.0
Nunavut4 980 .. .. 136 1,116
  - average days 4.4 .. .. 2.8 4.1
Canada 4,633,142 57,095 53326.8 110557.4 4,743,699
  - average days 6.6 4.8 4.7 4.7 6.5
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Averages are based solely on anglers who fished through the ice.
2. Resident anglers only; there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
3. This question was not asked in the B.C. Tidal Waters questionnaire.
4. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10a: Harvest of fish species, Newfoundland and Labrador, 2010 (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Arctic Charr 6,667 3,567 186 90 16 0 6,869 3,656
Northern Pike 12,894 1,511 1,411 440 905 96 15,210 2,047
Cod 1,439,384 1,439,277 5,585 5,585 698 698 1,445,667 1,445,559
Mackerel 350,073 337,561 6,746 1,987 17 0 356,836 339,548
Smelt 387,521 356,839 1,211 1,211 625 625 389,357 358,675
Tomcod 77,975 32,909 398 44 0 0 78,373 32,953
Cunners 12,082 54 1,794 66 64 0 13,940 120
Trout:
brook 1,788,411 1,164,202 43,869 12,817 9,538 2,865 1,841,818 1,179,884
sea 241,683 125,411 1,761 1,261 177 78 243,621 126,749
rainbow 81,897 67,664 729 283 1,020 605 83,646 68,552
brown 130,455 29,565 1,207 541 134 103 131,795 30,210
lake 73,785 27,988 3,336 2,291 60 56 77,181 30,334
Salmon:
Atlantic 79,891 32,745 8,372 1,813 1,766 349 90,029 34,907
landlocked 62,776 28,550 4,122 728 448 26 67,346 29,304
Other species 77,518 54,850 2,036 54 83 75 79,637 54,979
Total 4,823,012 3,702,692 82,762 29,210 15,552 5,575 4,921,325 3,737,477
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10b Harvest of fish species by anglers, Prince Edward Island (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Large Salmon 473 0 0 0 10 0 483 0
Grilse Salmon 765 0 0 0 31 0 796 0
White Perch 18,459 9,549 65 0 434 62 18,957 9,611
Striped Bass 445 0 0 0 0 0 445 0
Eel 3,337 278 16 0 0 0 3,354 278
Mackerel 90,317 65,165 7,733 3,653 132 83 98,182 68,900
Cod 5,762 3,809 1,045 73 0 0 6,807 3,882
Tuna 271 271 0 0 0 0 271 271
Trout:
freshwater brook 271,010 81,783 43,171 21,329 19,064 5,464 333,245 108,576
sea-run brook 47,651 25,236 2,857 1,108 5,613 711 56,122 27,055
rainbow 44,230 14,970 2,124 679 757 91 47,111 15,740
Other:
freshwater 11,178 8,232 44 0 0 0 11,222 8,232
saltwater 13,133 11,541 816 0 138 82 14,087 11,623
Total 507,031 220,832 57,871 26,843 26,180 6,493 591,082 254,168
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10c Harvest of fish species by anglers, Nova Scotia (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Pickerel 93,955 5,605 814 80 0 0 94,769 5,685
Mackerel 644,635 440,212 1,231 764 533 430 646,399 441,406
Cod 21,522 11,835 170 0 15 15 21,707 11,851
Smelt 526,284 430,267 143 143 0 0 526,427 430,410
Trout:
brook 1,608,342 568,768 10,729 3,698 2,736 501 1,621,807 572,967
rainbow 113,546 57,651 614 191 144 6 114,304 57,849
brown 40,159 16,187 909 156 24 0 41,091 16,343
Salmon:
Atlantic 8,362 236 306 33 514 29 9,181 297
landlocked 2,050 2,050 16 16 47 47 2,112 2,112
Perch:
yellow 103,515 8,333 763 103 138 97 104,415 8,533
white 75,142 24,613 321 62 192 24 75,656 24,698
Bass:
striped 93,393 3,666 1,283 44 24 0 94,700 3,710
smallmouth 584,928 9,551 9,321 102 4,620 0 598,869 9,653
Other species 69,096 20,283 224 59 47 2 69,367 20,344
Total 3,984,929 1,599,257 26,843 5,449 9,032 1,152 4,020,804 1,605,859
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10d Harvest of fish species by anglers, New Brunswick (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Arctic char 11,567 3,928 0 0 0 0 11,567 3,928
Pickerel 106,099 11,446 1,840 13 1,541 55 109,480 11,514
Muskellunge 10,010 63 69 0 0 0 10,079 63
Smelt 455,081 400,770 98 0 1,033 1,033 456,212 401,802
Cod 19,739 1,964 0 0 0 0 19,739 1,964
Salmon:
Atlantic 63,756 16,017 4,451 226 17,465 667 85,671 16,910
landlocked 23,616 8,469 178 80 3,764 456 27,557 9,005
Trout:
brook 1,229,753 571,914 11,087 4,679 24,039 7,171 1,264,879 583,765
lake 54,505 23,046 249 141 364 115 55,118 23,302
brown 56,827 30,108 200 154 942 194 57,969 30,456
rainbow 123,008 68,979 227 39 97 54 123,331 69,071
Bass:
smallmouth 293,150 5,489 6,925 39 56,429 370 356,505 5,898
striped 39,149 1,276 1,335 0 0 0 40,484 1,276
Other 279,718 110,428 1,405 349 5,964 2,578 287,088 113,355
Total 2,765,976 1,253,896 28,065 5,721 111,638 12,692 2,905,680 1,272,310
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10e Harvest of fish species by anglers, Quebec (number of fish), 20101
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Bass 1,889,061 390,367 .. .. .. .. 1,889,061 390,367
Walleye 7,932,597 3,817,233 .. .. .. .. 7,932,597 3,817,233
Northern pike 2,373,009 876,624 .. .. .. .. 2,373,009 876,624
Yellow perch 5,320,517 3,006,963 .. .. .. .. 5,320,517 3,006,963
Smelt 2,884,682 2,390,695 .. .. .. .. 2,884,682 2,390,695
Trout:
brook 16,396,336 12,021,831 .. .. .. .. 16,396,336 12,021,831
lake 671,146 378,237 .. .. .. .. 671,146 378,237
brown 61,642 51,553 .. .. .. .. 61,642 51,553
rainbow 721,663 514,052 .. .. .. .. 721,663 514,052
other 607,418 368,268 .. .. .. .. 607,418 368,268
Salmon:
Atlantic 13,041 6,928 .. .. .. .. 13,041 6,928
landlocked 125,732 65,553 .. .. .. .. 125,732 65,553
Other:
freshwater 1,521,516 1,047,110 .. .. .. .. 1,521,516 1,047,110
saltwater 220,217 193,404 .. .. .. .. 220,217 193,404
Total 40,738,579 25,128,818 .. .. .. .. 40,738,579 25,128,818
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Resident anglers only, there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10f Harvest of fish species by anglers, Ontario (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Walleye 9,686,311 3,522,327 677,072 164,095 14,101,135 1,526,993 24,464,518 5,213,415
Northern pike 4,456,068 565,916 222,542 15,098 4,937,732 354,844 9,616,342 935,857
Perch 16,650,524 5,831,029 150,722 20,583 2,916,698 1,070,320 19,717,945 6,921,933
Splake 110,752 71,949 2,008 927 1,944 444 114,703 73,320
Muskellunge 203,601 6,887 4,823 0 142,858 960 351,282 7,847
Channel catfish 1,045,559 226,040 22,096 1,367 77,673 30,893 1,145,330 258,301
Crappie 2,338,574 664,441 24,697 7,785 341,252 121,545 2,704,523 793,771
Bluegill 2,751,417 283,606 6,029 345 1,854,068 917,781 4,611,514 1,201,732
Pumpkinseed 2,376,669 143,659 19,328 411 446,216 135,090 2,842,213 279,161
Carp 298,448 65,949 4,004 257 11,506 236 313,957 66,442
Trout:
brook 528,760 221,254 7,278 4,908 48,163 11,410 584,200 237,572
lake 875,293 407,273 24,406 9,639 238,147 54,790 1,137,846 471,703
rainbow 1,320,685 225,302 54,788 9,861 22,171 14,572 1,397,644 249,735
brown 151,948 32,603 2,468 1,212 2,095 101 156,511 33,916
Bass:
smallmouth 8,105,170 1,172,986 288,826 6,474 3,285,614 203,692 11,679,612 1,383,152
largemouth 4,823,569 663,165 137,347 4,095 1,170,801 108,967 6,131,717 776,227
rock 5,124,801 314,572 39,252 245 928,768 102,446 6,092,821 417,264
Salmon:
chinook 511,265 90,529 23,317 9,209 839 289 535,422 100,027
coho 80,969 37,208 11,913 5,286 937 602 93,818 43,096
Atlantic 22,836 5,200 477 387 370 251 23,684 5,837
Other 2,162,547 691,821 18,280 9,096 110,147 39,439 2,290,974 740,357
Total 63,625,767 15,243,717 1,741,675 271,282 30,639,134 4,695,665 96,006,577 20,210,664
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10g Harvest of fish species by anglers, Manitoba (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Walleye 3,303,670 1,070,426 187,192 42,120 1,181,671 131,410 4,672,533 1,243,956
Northern pike 1,171,107 149,392 102,026 11,350 754,573 29,407 2,027,706 190,149
Catfish 306,582 4,355 11,585 98 13,800 430 331,967 4,882
Smallmouth bass 251,398 14,769 6,455 976 55,500 2,605 313,354 18,350
Perch 1,023,313 295,176 53,412 13,168 25,694 5,269 1,102,420 313,613
Trout:
lake 205,900 30,286 60,944 5,362 40,321 2,279 307,165 37,928
rainbow 62,334 17,087 5,898 1,178 7,381 174 75,613 18,440
brown 15,628 2,267 976 0 3,591 0 20,195 2,267
brook 15,017 750 1,464 195 307 0 16,788 945
Other 457,421 86,205 16,646 376 6,090 712 480,157 87,293
Total 6,812,368 1,670,714 446,599 74,822 2,088,930 172,287 9,347,897 1,917,823
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10h Harvest of fish species by anglers, Saskatchewan (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Walleye 2,942,619 977,886 412,737 94,933 317,404 49,923 3,672,761 1,122,743
Northern pike 2,397,242 722,674 433,166 87,680 505,927 29,092 3,336,335 839,446
Perch 1,854,506 642,782 125,880 42,246 11,515 5,123 1,991,901 690,150
Splake 12,233 7,382 1,462 1,087 0 0 13,695 8,469
Whitefish 45,853 15,625 2,335 1,314 1,386 189 49,573 17,128
Goldeye 63,710 12,684 3,008 37 748 16 67,466 12,737
Arctic grayling 0 0 1,800 0 5,775 16 7,575 16
Sturgeon 2,109 0 337 0 0 0 2,446 0
Burbot 48,420 18,081 2,859 414 489 94 51,767 18,590
Trout:
lake 114,677 20,893 58,509 9,339 86,312 4,777 259,499 35,010
rainbow 97,282 39,051 5,983 1,053 349 349 103,613 40,453
brook 12,512 6,768 529 150 0 0 13,041 6,918
brown 4,955 2,100 75 75 126 0 5,156 2,175
Other 48,268 10,568 2,984 189 3,935 110 55,187 10,867
Total 7,644,384 2,476,495 1,051,664 238,519 933,967 89,689 9,630,015 2,804,702
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10i Harvest of fish species by anglers, Alberta (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Northern pike 2,739,383 246,680 30,290 4,766 20,629 1,146 2,790,301 252,592
Perch 1,321,230 462,139 12,277 1,454 98 0 1,333,606 463,593
Walleye 3,979,130 346,862 71,322 5,896 13,546 977 4,063,999 353,735
Goldeye 138,779 9,092 889 0 0 0 139,667 9,092
Grayling 88,345 1,887 0 0 0 0 88,345 1,887
Sturgeon 6,004 0 0 0 0 0 6,004 0
Burbot 136,206 30,363 808 646 72 0 137,086 31,009
Whitefish:
mountain 167,941 31,393 889 323 1,366 0 170,196 31,716
lake 230,383 90,918 0 0 62 0 230,445 90,918
Trout:
brook 186,983 24,531 2,827 242 3,363 0 193,173 24,773
bull 48,375 0 323 0 1,249 0 49,947 0
rainbow 1,827,628 315,469 32,632 4,846 29,581 1,089 1,889,841 321,404
brown 279,102 21,443 6,543 162 12,064 617 297,708 22,221
cuthroat 503,310 27,962 16,155 1,373 29,659 265 549,123 29,600
lake 126,256 33,966 565 162 2,495 403 129,317 34,530
golden 858 0 162 0 51 0 1,070 0
Other "game" fish 3,431 172 0 0 0 0 3,431 172
Other 28,133 686 0 0 0 0 28,133 686
Total 11,811,477 1,643,561 175,681 19,870 114,235 4,497 12,101,392 1,667,928
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10j Harvest of fish species by anglers, British Columbia Freshwater (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Sockeye 550,159 311,702 22,950 5,178 71,537 17,793 644,646 334,673
Other salmon 475,998 114,035 97,168 13,060 72,464 6,800 645,630 133,896
Kokanee 437,394 294,265 62,172 36,369 9,811 1,732 509,378 332,365
Walleye 55,098 27,137 4,078 650 1,113 696 60,289 28,483
Arctic grayling 42,671 1,064 19,664 0 70 35 62,405 1,099
Whitefish 97,660 27,520 6,756 428 7,340 78 111,755 28,027
Perch 105,377 62,454 2,380 1,071 0 0 107,757 63,525
Bass 217,349 30,021 20,963 2,516 1,452 104 239,765 32,641
Northern pike 25,912 5,703 1,928 750 161 91 28,000 6,544
Sturgeon 55,302 0 3,045 0 10,611 0 68,958 0
Steelhead:
hatchery 20,426 6,490 0 0 1,061 285 21,488 6,775
wild 69,388 0 16,946 0 43,549 0 129,884 0
Trout:
rainbow 3,940,735 971,027 171,833 40,298 231,485 26,343 4,344,054 1,037,668
cutthroat 745,546 102,395 136,287 3,644 248,362 1,476 1,130,195 107,515
lake 155,256 53,395 3,537 1,178 8,490 2,146 167,283 56,719
brook 184,283 72,483 4,290 944 1,996 35 190,569 73,461
dolly varden / bull trout 195,274 39,121 27,355 2,892 21,863 1,972 244,492 43,985
other trout 64,467 21,993 10,753 718 5,939 217 81,158 22,928
Other 146,752 19,787 12,843 107 2,490 441 162,084 20,334
Total 7,585,046 2,160,591 624,949 109,804 739,794 60,243 8,949,790 2,330,638
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10k-Harvest of fish species by anglers, British Columbia Tidal Waters (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Halibut 135,423 103,863 27,000 20,033 25,573 21,103 187,996 145,000
Lingcod 173,979 71,207 19,629 9,722 39,397 17,490 233,006 98,419
Rockfish 308,247 132,463 40,022 14,395 57,757 20,893 406,026 167,750
Salmon:
chinook 630,764 318,207 73,250 39,540 118,329 71,423 822,343 429,169
coho 460,477 190,820 73,406 40,895 81,180 39,362 615,064 271,077
pink 159,392 47,964 21,217 6,726 16,580 4,812 197,190 59,502
sockeye 386,303 300,385 12,428 8,103 12,126 8,585 410,857 317,072
chum 24,773 7,216 2,367 1,452 832 466 27,972 9,135
Other 368,746 163,486 5,978 2,552 9,396 3,720 384,120 169,758
Total 2,648,105 1,335,610 275,298 143,417 361,170 187,854 3,284,574 1,666,882
Note:
This table presents survey estimates. Official catch statistics can be obtained from DFO Pacific Region, Vancouver.

Table 10k-2 : Number of shellfish harvested by species, British Columbia Tidal Waters, 2010 (number of fish)
Shellfish Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Crabs 821,827 36,132 27,948 885,906
Clams 1,169,425 23,535 53,155 1,246,116
Oysters 454,951 7,742 28,015 490,708
Shrimp and Prawns 12,561,285 180,925 289,100 13,031,310
Other 166,132 9,189 2,098 177,419
Total 15,173,620 257,523 400,317 15,831,459
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10l Harvest of fish species by anglers, Yukon (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Arctic grayling 61,284 9,756 41,258 2,301 38,052 6,040 140,594 18,097
Northern pike 35,039 6,761 20,987 1,375 20,729 1,488 76,755 9,624
Whitefish 3,203 1,278 1,186 193 1,659 600 6,048 2,072
Dolly Varden 220 55 109 81 842 49 1,171 184
Arctic char 7,279 1,511 57 57 24 24 7,361 1,592
Burbot 1,256 1,122 28 0 370 223 1,653 1,344
Salmon:
coho 82 0 0 0 0 0 82 0
sockeye 549 549 0 0 49 0 598 549
chinook 137 27 0 0 0 0 137 27
Trout:
lake 40,957 13,769 16,082 3,066 13,932 1,857 70,971 18,691
rainbow 23,372 1,594 2,777 679 2,312 52 28,460 2,326
bull 838 69 66 0 1,142 341 2,047 411
Other 507 366 318 0 510 90 1,335 455
Total 174,724 36,857 82,868 7,752 79,621 10,763 337,213 55,373
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10m Harvest of fish species by anglers, Northwest Territories (number of fish)
Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Northern pike 100,071 9,179 59,328 5,397 76,781 1,448 236,180 16,025
Lake trout 36,357 11,137 72,549 3,052 26,542 895 135,448 15,084
Grayling 10,139 1,425 6,925 434 2,329 253 19,392 2,112
Walleye 19,969 8,721 19,840 3,453 4,312 351 44,122 12,525
Whitefish 8,522 5,636 737 144 114 38 9,374 5,818
Arctic char 42 0 619 208 136 8 797 216
Other 1,521 760 251 30 0 0 1,772 790
Total 176,622 36,858 160,249 12,719 110,215 2,993 447,086 52,570
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10n Harvest of fish species by anglers, Nunavut (number of fish)
Species Resident All Non-residents1 Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Northern Pike 14 0 66 10 80 10
Lake Trout 1,264 528 9,032 614 10,296 1,142
Arctic grayling 731 95 1,417 246 2,148 341
Walleye 0 0 0 0 0 0
Whitefish 78 64 40 30 118 93
Arctic Charr 5,107 3,157 5,175 912 10,282 4,069
Other 218 104 113 46 331 149
Total 7,413 3,947 15,841 1,857 23,254 5,804
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 10o Total fish harvest, selected species, Canada (number of fish)
Fish Species Resident Non-resident Canadian Non-resident Other All Non-residents1 Total
Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept Caught Kept
Walleye 27,919,395 9,770,591 1,372,241 311,148 15,619,183 1,710,350 16,991,424 2,021,497 44,910,819 11,792,089
Trout 36,219,350 18,930,476 868,177 155,677 1,199,650 144,508 2,076,859 300,799 38,296,209 19,231,274
Salmon 3,684,167 1,584,389 355,939 132,732 399,287 151,957 755,226 284,690 4,439,394 1,869,078
Perch 26,472,583 10,343,038 345,821 78,687 2,954,770 1,080,894 3,300,591 1,159,581 29,773,173 11,502,619
Bass 21,422,414 2,605,863 511,708 14,492 5,503,209 418,183 6,014,917 432,675 27,437,331 3,038,538
Northern pike 13,310,739 2,584,439 871,678 126,855 6,317,437 417,612 7,189,180 544,476 20,499,919 3,128,916
Other 24,276,787 10,695,050 428,962 125,819 3,235,932 1,326,399 3,671,637 1,453,452 27,948,424 12,148,502
Total 153,305,434 56,513,846 4,754,526 945,409 35,229,467 5,249,903 39,999,834 6,197,170 193,305,268 62,711,015
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork, however, the total includes Nunavut.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 11a: Summary of fish harvested, resident anglers, 2010 (number of fish)
Jurisdiction Fish Caught Fish Kept
Total Average Per Angler Total Average Per Angler
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,823,012 67.6 3,702,692 51.9
Prince Edward Island 507,031 79.1 220,832 34.4
Nova Scotia 3,984,929 71.2 1,599,257 28.6
New Brunswick 2,765,976 52.4 1,253,896 23.8
Quebec 40,738,579 57.2 25,128,818 35.3
Ontario 63,625,767 68.8 15,243,717 16.5
Manitoba 6,812,368 52.3 1,670,714 12.8
Saskatchewan 7,644,384 53.6 2,476,495 17.4
Alberta 11,811,477 53.0 1,643,561 7.4
British Columbia Freshwater 7,585,046 32.0 2,160,592 9.1
British Columbia Tidal Waters 2,648,105 15.9 1,335,610 8.0
Yukon 174,724 25.9 36,857 5.5
Northwest Territories 176,622 39.3 36,858 8.2
Nunavut 7,413 13.6 3,947 7.2
Canada 153,305,434 56.1 56,513,846 20.7
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 11b Summary of fish harvested, Canadian non-resident anglers (number of fish)
Jurisdiction Fish Caught Fish Kept
Total Average Per Angler Total Average Per Angler
Newfoundland and Labrador 82,762 22.6 29,210 8.0
Prince Edward Island 57,872 41.9 26,843 19.4
Nova Scotia 26,843 22.3 5,450 4.5
New Brunswick 28,065 13.2 5,721 2.7
Quebec1 .. .. .. ..
Ontario 1,741,676 58.5 271,282 9.1
Manitoba 446,599 39.0 74,822 6.5
Saskatchewan 1,051,664 40.6 238,519 9.2
Alberta 175,681 21.3 19,870 2.4
British Columbia Freshwater 624,950 22.6 109,804 4.0
British Columbia Tidal Waters 275,298 9.8 143,417 5.1
Yukon 82,868 23.9 7,752 2.2
Northwest Territories 160,249 37.5 12,719 3.0
Nunavut2 .. .. .. ..
Canada 4,754,526 32.3 945,409 6.4
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 11c Summary of fish harvested, other non-resident anglers (number of fish)
Jurisdiction Fish Caught Fish Kept
Total Average Per Angler Total Average Per Angler
Newfoundland and Labrador 15,552 19.5 5,575 7.0
Prince Edward Island 26,180 50.3 6,493 12.5
Nova Scotia 9,032 15.1 1,152 1.9
New Brunswick 111,638 27.3 12,693 3.1
Quebec1 .. .. .. ..
Ontario 30,639,134 99.4 4,695,665 15.2
Manitoba 2,088,930 118.5 172,287 9.8
Saskatchewan 933,967 86.5 89,689 8.3
Alberta 114,235 27.5 4,497 1.1
British Columbia Freshwater 739,794 33.8 60,243 2.8
British Columbia Tidal Waters 361,170 10.8 187,854 5.6
Yukon 79,621 28.0 10,764 3.8
Northwest Territories 110,215 88.8 2,993 2.4
Nunavut2 .. .. .. ..
Canada 35,229,467 86.8 5,249,903 12.9
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 11d Summary of fish harvested, all non-resident anglers (number of fish)
Jurisdiction Fish Caught Fish Kept
Total Average Per Angler Total Average Per Angler
Newfoundland and Labrador 98,314 22.1 34,786 7.8
Prince Edward Island 84,051 44.2 33,336 17.5
Nova Scotia 35,875 19.9 6,602 3.7
New Brunswick 139,704 22.5 18,413 3.0
Quebec1 .. .. .. ..
Ontario 32,380,809 95.8 4,966,947 14.7
Manitoba 2,535,528 87.2 247,109 8.5
Saskatchewan 1,985,631 54.1 328,208 8.9
Alberta 289,916 23.4 24,367 2.0
British Columbia Freshwater 1,364,744 27.6 170,046 3.4
British Columbia Tidal Waters 636,469 10.4 331,272 5.4
Yukon 162,489 25.7 18,516 2.9
Northwest Territories 270,464 49.0 15,713 2.8
Nunavut 15,841 24.9 1,857 2.9
Canada 39,999,834 72.2 6,197,170 11.2
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding and the methodology used to produce the estimates.
1. Resident anglers only, there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 11e Summary of fish harvested, all anglers (number of fish)
Jurisdiction Fish Caught Fish Kept
Total Average Per Angler Total Average Per Angler
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,921,326 64.9 3,737,477 49.3
Prince Edward Island 591,082 71.1 254,168 30.6
Nova Scotia 4,020,804 69.6 1,605,859 27.8
New Brunswick 2,905,680 49.3 1,272,310 21.6
Quebec1 40,738,579 57.2 25,128,818 35.3
Ontario 96,006,577 76.0 20,210,664 16.0
Manitoba 9,347,897 58.7 1,917,823 12.0
Saskatchewan 9,630,015 53.7 2,804,702 15.6
Alberta 12,101,392 51.4 1,667,928 7.1
British Columbia Freshwater 8,949,790 31.3 2,330,638 8.1
British Columbia Tidal Waters 3,284,574 14.4 1,666,882 7.3
Yukon 337,213 25.8 55,373 4.2
Northwest Territories 447,086 44.6 52,571 5.2
Nunavut 23,254 19.7 5,804 4.9
Canada 193,305,268 58.8 62,711,015 19.1
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding and the methodology used to produce the estimates.
1. Resident anglers only, there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 12 Trip information, non-resident anglers
Jurisdiction Total Trips Trip Days Fishing Trips Days Fished Time Spent
on Recreational
Fishing - Day Trips
Time Spent
on Recreational
Fishing - Nights
Newfoundland and Labrador
Canadian 5,792 82,391 4,112 22,171 605 53,180
Other 1,169 17,176 863 5,546 240 11,958
TOTAL 6,961 99,567 4,975 27,716 845 65,138
Price Edward Island
Canadian 5,981 34,442 3,207 11,007 434 18,196
Other 624 9,934 563 5,595 156 7,842
TOTAL 6,605 44,375 3,771 16,602 589 26,039
Nova Scotia
Canadian 7,055 29,624 3,254 8,490 1,458 14,833
Other 903 16,344 645 4,459 5 8,493
TOTAL 7,958 45,968 3,899 12,949 1,463 23,326
New Brunswick
Canadian 8,094 28,236 3,126 11,036 506 14,068
Other 13,233 38,902 8,793 23,702 4,616 20,509
TOTAL 21,328 67,138 11,919 34,738 5,122 34,577
Quebec1
Canadian .. .. .. .. .. ..
Other .. .. .. .. .. ..
TOTAL .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario
Canadian 516,972 1,045,419 142,436 302,283 50,747 305,800
Other 647,986 3,067,847 528,098 2,251,192 135,049 2,236,075
TOTAL 1,164,958 4,113,265 670,535 2,553,475 185,796 2,541,876
Manitoba
Canadian 93,779 222,098 33,581 85,356 15,818 91,008
Other 36,825 162,940 31,304 115,056 6,913 112,830
TOTAL 130,605 385,038 64,885 200,412 22,731 203,838
Saskatchewan
Canadian 284,680 692,686 72,082 192,961 18,360 243,094
Other 18,074 90,029 15,898 60,011 5,322 65,308
TOTAL 302,754 782,715 87,981 252,972 23,682 308,402
Alberta
Canadian 84,811 252,819 17,447 48,787 8,804 72,857
Other 6,368 59,413 4,749 19,984 1,318 39,339
TOTAL 91,180 312,232 22,196 68,770 10,122 112,196
British Columbia Freshwater
Canadian 136,980 673,209 59,830 205,488 15,518 287,549
Other 64,877 268,285 43,386 151,607 16,958 171,506
TOTAL 201,857 941,494 103,215 357,095 32,477 459,055
British Columbia Tidal Waters
Canadian 82,542 490,231 35,448 115,579 6,418 199,771
Other 65,625 393,743 41,138 147,093 6,965 241,269
TOTAL 148,167 883,975 76,585 262,671 13,383 441,041
Yukon
Canadian 4,770 61,593 4,148 16,247 684 49,179
Other 4,645 47,003 3,705 18,548 121 36,549
TOTAL 9,415 108,596 7,853 34,795 806 85,728
Northwest Territories
Canadian 5,774 55,020 5,147 20,171 519 37,114
Other 1,436 9,533 1,351 7,050 130 7,750
TOTAL 7,211 64,553 6,498 27,220 649 44,864
Nunavut2
Canadian .. .. .. .. .. ..
Other .. .. .. .. .. ..
TOTAL 1,595 27,901 828 3,870 476 9,991
Canada
Canadian 1,237,231 3,667,767 383,818 1,039,576 119,872 1,386,651
Other 861,767 4,181,149 680,494 2,809,840 177,792 2,959,429
TOTAL 2,100,593 7,876,816 1,065,140 3,853,286 298,140 4,356,071
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics

Table 13 Supplementary trip information, non-resident anglers
Jurisdiction Reasons for fishing trips (number of trips) Options if fishing was not available (number of anglers)
Main reason Secondary reason Decided after arrival No response Stayed a shorter time Substituted other activities Would not have come at all
Newfoundland and Labrador
Canadian 1,732 1,608 772 378 458 1,925 893
Other 490 303 70 126 56 313 304
TOTAL 2,222 1,911 842 504 514 2,238 1,197
Price Edward Island
Canadian 1,076 1,820 312 62 146 854 319
Other 70 463 31 37 41 372 69
TOTAL 1,145 2,283 343 99 187 1,226 388
Nova Scotia
Canadian 2,349 706 199 68 218 696 224
Other 357 241 47 38 57 290 212
TOTAL 2,707 946 246 106 275 986 436
New Brunswick
Canadian 2,389 625 112 108 267 733 1,026
Other 7,975 787 32 189 266 842 2,790
TOTAL 10,364 1,411 144 297 533 1,575 3,816
Quebec1
Canadian .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Other .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
TOTAL .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario
Canadian 86,582 41,380 14,474 889 4,328 14,584 9,982
Other 463,944 57,400 6,755 2,932 18,139 46,066 241,073
TOTAL 550,525 98,781 21,229 3,821 22,467 60,650 251,055
Manitoba
Canadian 24,030 7,515 2,036 760 1,541 6,190 2,970
Other 28,072 2,566 666 861 876 2,151 13,743
TOTAL 52,103 10,081 2,701 1,621 2,417 8,341 16,713
Saskatchewan
Canadian 43,657 23,173 5,252 339 4,801 13,128 7,617
Other 14,329 1,333 236 96 575 1,934 8,198
TOTAL 57,986 24,507 5,488 435 5,376 15,062 15,815
Alberta
Canadian 10,985 4,927 1,535 565 1,535 4,766 1,373
Other 2,733 1,732 284 109 440 1,742 1,870
TOTAL 13,719 6,659 1,819 674 1,975 6,508 3,243
British Columbia Freshwater
Canadian 30,745 25,298 3,787 0 8,449 14,709 4,470
Other 38,237 4,397 753 0 4,356 4,808 12,693
TOTAL 68,981 29,694 4,540 0 12,805 19,517 17,163
British Columbia Tidal Waters
Canadian 22,190 8,613 4,644 802 6,337 12,083 8,783
Other 29,234 9,254 2,650 1,209 5,522 11,172 15,430
TOTAL 51,424 17,867 7,294 2,011 11,859 23,255 24,213
Yukon
Canadian 732 2,311 1,105 268 556 2,284 360
Other 1,393 1,480 833 190 418 1,586 652
TOTAL 2,124 3,791 1,938 458 974 3,870 1,012
Northwest Territories
Canadian 2,618 1,822 707 145 213 2,203 1,711
Other 1,201 132 18 49 46 152 995
TOTAL 3,819 1,954 726 194 259 2,355 2,706
Nunavut2
Canadian .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Other .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
TOTAL 184 280 364 67 47 404 120
Canada
Canadian 229,085 119,798 34,935 4,384 28,848 74,156 39,728
Other 588,034 80,087 12,373 5,838 30,793 71,429 298,028
TOTAL 817,304 200,165 47,672 10,289 59,688 145,989 337,876
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics

Table 14a Major Purchases and Investments (wholly or partly Attributable to Recreational Fishing) made by Resident anglers (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Fishing equipment Camping equipment Boating equipment new Boating equipment used Special vehicles new Special vehicles used Land/ buildings Other purchases Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,233,870 18,555,046 27,744,023 14,566,494 34,117,487 7,820,875 12,939,995 1,631,974 121,609,765
Prince Edward Island 342,137 132,012 165,846 340,472 1,045,000 750,600 889,600 208,577 3,874,243
Nova Scotia 3,424,270 6,615,220 6,827,216 7,989,709 12,464,403 5,436,777 19,606,004 1,042,156 63,405,754
New Brunswick 3,666,285 8,659,201 5,931,375 5,043,695 9,796,498 13,183,560 14,423,666 1,578,430 62,282,710
Quebec 42,941,595 132,738,943 189,337,190 105,774,781 551,238,241 188,880,450 321,239,963 27,693,271 1,559,844,435
Ontario 89,061,099 151,763,971 263,125,883 223,712,900 269,146,884 105,685,102 355,353,014 30,466,533 1,488,315,386
Manitoba 9,267,372 26,581,518 28,883,573 16,826,670 43,799,914 25,209,618 35,490,252 3,897,113 189,956,029
Saskatchewan 9,101,176 63,049,124 69,862,532 31,051,823 41,392,062 29,591,161 98,587,789 4,067,602 346,703,269
Alberta 23,284,726 220,092,468 90,861,404 46,663,916 91,401,539 69,162,172 123,142,717 8,254,630 672,863,573
British Columbia Freshwater 30,710,305 111,248,513 64,208,954 75,207,507 114,246,350 69,204,681 115,601,063 9,362,066 589,789,439
British Columbia Tidal Waters 33,124,755 40,012,963 91,676,820 153,906,867 69,861,332 40,178,161 39,387,546 6,219,123 474,367,568
Yukon 461,614 4,140,219 1,789,916 2,245,466 1,556,582 3,241,811 8,646,247 162,860 22,244,714
Northwest Territories 246,198 200,248 791,788 1,762,749 1,028,402 1,218,534 1,150,649 89,305 6,487,873
Nunavut 22,305 7,765 189,176 83,137 351,684 289,381 282,353 11,302 1,237,103
Canada 249,887,706 783,797,212 841,395,697 685,176,186 1,241,446,378 559,852,881 1,146,740,860 94,684,942 5,602,981,862
Average per active adult angler 91.41 286.71 307.78 250.63 454.12 204.79 419.47 34.64 2,049.55
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 14b Major Purchases and Investments (wholly or partly Attributable to Recreational Fishing) made by Canadian Non-resident anglers (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Fishing equipment Camping equipment Boating equipment new Boating equipment used Special vehicles new Special vehicles used Land/ buildings Other purchases Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 146,203 81,130 95,625 85,652 336,596 249,793 445,480 50,447 1,490,925
Prince Edward Island 4,456 4,274 0 38,857 0 0 0 23,608 71,195
Nova Scotia 22,846 32,658 58,844 4,582 5,600 0 100,000 5,933 230,462
New Brunswick 69,311 3,989 197,130 302,400 0 0 2,068,260 7,759 2,648,848
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 1,726,363 603,446 5,059,870 2,212,208 1,331,419 451,434 38,640,543 391,600 50,416,885
Manitoba 457,792 28,952 1,567,295 35,089 5,665,761 1,230,627 18,008,387 138,850 27,132,753
Saskatchewan 513,528 2,274,815 2,832,697 324,951 971,728 356,196 7,984,418 244,772 15,503,104
Alberta 667,250 474,136 1,175,082 20,193 1,050,045 0 0 121,159 3,507,865
British Columbia Freshwater 1,512,652 335,815 497,116 4,108,011 856,870 321,326 17,591,470 675,961 25,899,221
British Columbia Tidal Waters 1,781,575 166,347 4,044,553 13,029,313 19,338 429,740 17,510,420 446,794 37,428,081
Yukon 67,174 8,513 43,062 0 0 0 0 6,048 124,797
Northwest Territories 32,488 12,190 2,854 14,220 0 0 316,000 2,043 379,794
Nunavut2 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Canada 7,001,637 4,026,266 15,574,127 20,175,477 10,237,357 3,039,117 102,664,978 2,114,972 164,833,932
Average per active adult angler 47.59 27.37 105.86 137.14 69.59 20.66 697.85 14.38 1,120.44
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 14c Major Purchases and Investments (wholly or partly Attributable to Recreational Fishing) made by Other Non-resident anglers (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Fishing equipment Camping equipment Boating equipment new Boating equipment used Special vehicles new Special vehicles used Land/ buildings Other purchases Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 21,635 18,539 0 1,296 0 0 15,116 5,651 62,237
Prince Edward Island 5,140 20,667 1,033 0 0 0 0 362 27,202
Nova Scotia 30,863 1,533 0 1,200 0 0 45,100 7,383 86,080
New Brunswick 114,942 0 58,169 0 0 0 89,051 19,794 281,956
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 3,027,925 1,354,913 4,766,969 2,342,464 281,179 301,154 21,989,898 890,581 34,955,084
Manitoba 141,324 10,142 2,945 0 0 0 1,336,946 40,362 1,531,719
Saskatchewan 51,400 2,225 1,573 0 0 0 128,305 9,959 193,462
Alberta 96,507 23,436 6,360 0 0 0 0 40,769 167,072
British Columbia Freshwater 1,233,932 760,834 678,722 67,717 82,067 137,355 7,260,755 419,441 10,640,823
British Columbia Tidal Waters 1,098,814 31,167 413,437 621,990 0 148,267 5,424,575 344,260 8,082,509
Yukon 56,658 685,446 7,271 46,813 0 0 0 17,669 813,858
Northwest Territories 39,066 17,118 993 0 0 0 0 9,788 66,964
Nunavut2 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Canada 5,918,208 2,926,020 5,937,471 3,081,481 363,246 586,776 36,289,746 1,806,018 56,908,965
Average per active adult angler 14.57 7.21 14.62 7.59 0.89 1.44 89.36 4.45 140.14
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 14d Major Purchases and Investments (wholly or partly Attributable to Recreational Fishing) made by All Non-resident anglers (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Fishing equipment Camping equipment Boating equipment new Boating equipment used Special vehicles new Special vehicles used Land/ buildings Other purchases Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 167,838 99,669 95,625 86,947 336,596 249,793 460,596 56,098 1,553,162
Prince Edward Island 9,596 24,941 1,033 38,857 0 0 0 23,970 98,397
Nova Scotia 53,710 34,191 58,844 5,782 5,600 0 145,100 13,316 316,542
New Brunswick 184,253 3,989 255,299 302,400 0 0 2,157,311 27,553 2,930,805
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 4,754,289 1,958,360 9,826,838 4,554,672 1,612,598 752,588 60,630,442 1,282,182 85,371,969
Manitoba 599,116 39,094 1,570,240 35,089 5,665,761 1,230,627 19,345,333 179,211 28,664,472
Saskatchewan 564,928 2,277,039 2,834,270 324,951 971,728 356,196 8,112,723 254,730 15,696,566
Alberta 763,757 497,572 1,181,442 20,193 1,050,045 0 0 161,928 3,674,938
British Columbia Freshwater 2,746,583 1,096,649 1,175,838 4,175,729 938,937 458,681 24,852,226 1,095,402 36,540,044
British Columbia Tidal Waters 2,880,389 197,514 4,457,990 13,651,304 19,338 578,008 22,934,995 791,053 45,510,590
Yukon 123,833 693,960 50,332 46,813 0 0 0 23,717 938,655
Northwest Territories 71,554 29,308 3,847 14,220 0 0 316,000 11,830 446,759
Nunavut 5,292 1,967 0 2,459 0 23,499 0 6,740 39,958
Canada 12,925,137 6,954,253 21,511,598 23,259,417 10,600,603 3,649,392 138,954,724 3,927,731 221,782,855
Average per active adult angler 23.34 12.56 38.84 42.00 19.14 6.59 250.89 7.09 400.45
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 14e: Major purchases and investments (wholly or partly attributable to recreational fishing) made by all anglers, 2010 (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Fishing equipment Camping equipment Boating equipment new Boating equipment used Special vehicles new Special vehicles used Land/ buildings Other purchases Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,401,708 18,654,715 27,839,648 14,653,442 34,454,083 8,070,668 13,400,591 1,688,072 123,162,927
Prince Edward Island 351,734 156,953 166,879 379,329 1,045,000 750,600 889,600 232,546 3,972,640
Nova Scotia 3,477,979 6,649,411 6,886,060 7,995,490 12,470,003 5,436,777 19,751,104 1,055,472 63,722,296
New Brunswick 3,850,538 8,663,190 6,186,674 5,346,095 9,796,498 13,183,560 16,580,977 1,605,983 65,213,515
Quebec1 42,941,595 132,738,943 189,337,190 105,774,781 551,238,241 188,880,450 321,239,963 27,693,271 1,559,844,435
Ontario 93,815,387 153,722,331 272,952,722 228,267,572 270,759,481 106,437,690 415,983,456 31,748,715 1,573,687,354
Manitoba 9,866,488 26,620,612 30,453,813 16,861,759 49,465,675 26,440,245 54,835,585 4,076,325 218,620,501
Saskatchewan 9,666,103 65,326,164 72,696,802 31,376,774 42,363,790 29,947,357 106,700,513 4,322,332 362,399,835
Alberta 24,048,483 220,590,040 92,042,846 46,684,109 92,451,584 69,162,172 123,142,717 8,416,559 676,538,510
British Columbia Freshwater 33,456,888 112,345,162 65,384,792 79,383,236 115,185,287 69,663,362 140,453,289 10,457,468 626,329,483
British Columbia Tidal Waters 36,005,144 40,210,477 96,134,810 167,558,171 69,880,670 40,756,169 62,322,541 7,010,177 519,878,158
Yukon 585,446 4,834,179 1,840,249 2,292,280 1,556,582 3,241,811 8,646,247 186,577 23,183,370
Northwest Territories 317,752 229,556 795,635 1,776,969 1,028,402 1,218,534 1,466,649 101,135 6,934,632
Nunavut 27,597 9,732 189,176 85,596 351,684 312,880 282,353 18,042 1,277,061
Canada 262,812,843 790,751,465 862,907,295 708,435,603 1,252,046,981 563,502,272 1,285,695,585 98,612,673 5,824,764,717
Average per active adult angler 79.94 240.53 262.47 215.49 380.84 171.40 391.07 30.00 1,771.74
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 15a: Major purchases and investments (wholly attributable to recreational fishing) made by resident anglers, 2010 (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Fishing equipment Camping equipment Boating equipment new Boating equipment used Special vehicles new Special vehicles used Land/ buildings Other purchases Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,233,870 7,381,591 26,608,306 10,345,797 14,277,837 4,532,628 7,185,743 1,608,288 76,174,060
Prince Edward Island 342,137 57,657 110,521 258,194 1,045,000 191,709 222,400 192,537 2,420,154
Nova Scotia 3,424,270 2,642,817 6,265,411 6,006,058 7,250,061 3,104,206 4,636,993 952,963 34,282,779
New Brunswick 3,666,285 4,879,982 4,745,241 4,168,890 4,057,083 5,279,884 7,259,411 1,442,274 35,499,049
Quebec 42,941,595 62,993,815 135,961,569 87,737,106 164,565,854 72,645,825 132,747,617 22,496,021 722,089,402
Ontario 89,061,099 63,597,995 161,576,478 172,735,534 99,874,378 44,509,112 125,256,892 26,818,777 783,430,263
Manitoba 9,267,372 10,069,107 20,233,016 13,294,146 10,147,475 6,883,979 15,892,098 3,734,617 89,521,810
Saskatchewan 9,101,176 28,681,817 48,461,355 24,264,317 14,181,861 9,295,622 22,588,856 3,850,426 160,425,428
Alberta 23,284,726 98,581,585 43,629,527 34,449,724 23,957,421 21,981,819 35,335,120 7,539,485 288,759,407
British Columbia Freshwater 26,359,934 59,240,370 37,230,795 53,267,017 37,695,001 23,005,347 49,364,399 7,998,307 294,161,170
British Columbia Tidal Waters 29,111,143 20,847,815 74,479,193 121,010,238 32,211,550 16,189,098 15,768,157 5,100,245 314,717,439
Yukon 461,614 1,855,021 1,429,018 1,538,314 649,873 640,717 2,415,651 145,958 9,136,165
Northwest Territories 246,198 118,915 731,060 1,375,334 519,442 381,891 544,059 80,144 3,997,042
Nunavut 22,305 6,294 89,251 63,216 168,630 123,526 207,059 11,213 691,495
Canada 241,523,722 360,954,780 561,550,740 530,513,886 410,601,466 208,765,361 419,424,453 81,971,255 2,815,305,664
Average per active adult angler 88.35 132.04 205.41 194.06 150.20 76.37 153.42 29.98 1,029.83
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 15b: Major purchases and investments (wholly attributable to recreational fishing) made by non-resident Canadian anglers, 2010 (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Fishing equipment Camping equipment Boating equipment new Boating equipment used Special vehicles new Special vehicles used Land/ buildings Other purchases Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 146,203 31,372 95,625 60,185 109,847 64,512 319,487 48,731 875,962
Prince Edward Island 4,456 2,176 0 38,857 0 0 0 20,499 65,988
Nova Scotia 22,846 13,653 57,452 4,582 5,600 0 32,500 5,880 142,513
New Brunswick 69,311 3,989 197,130 302,400 0 0 1,427,250 7,759 2,007,839
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 1,726,363 355,752 4,900,599 1,313,534 199,713 414,990 19,096,080 348,833 28,355,864
Manitoba 457,792 27,144 1,027,297 28,583 494,054 411,346 9,072,506 138,397 11,657,121
Saskatchewan 513,528 736,630 1,336,671 304,203 201,844 55,466 4,226,080 202,766 7,577,188
Alberta 667,250 241,056 1,141,157 15,145 315,014 0 0 104,146 2,483,768
British Columbia Freshwater 1,240,898 304,814 476,782 1,338,711 339,506 64,265 16,250,954 636,761 20,652,690
British Columbia Tidal Waters 1,685,476 96,642 3,169,644 10,638,143 19,338 386,766 2,220,157 320,495 18,536,662
Yukon 67,174 2,711 22,569 0 0 0 0 4,673 97,127
Northwest Territories 32,488 6,746 2,854 14,220 0 0 316,000 2,043 374,351
Nunavut2 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Canada 6,633,785 1,822,687 12,427,781 14,058,562 1,684,916 1,397,345 52,961,014 1,840,982 92,827,073
Average per active adult angler 45.09 12.39 84.48 95.56 11.45 9.50 359.99 12.51 630.98
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 15c Major purchases and investments (wholly attributable to recreational fishing) made by other non-resident anglers (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Fishing equipment Camping equipment Boating equipment new Boating equipment used Special vehicles new Special vehicles used Land/ buildings Other purchases Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 21,635 4,173 0 1,296 0 0 15,116 5,634 47,854
Prince Edward Island 5,140 6,200 1,033 0 0 0 0 362 12,735
Nova Scotia 30,863 1,184 0 1,140 0 0 45,100 7,236 85,524
New Brunswick 114,942 0 51,578 0 0 0 89,051 19,794 275,365
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 3,027,925 331,564 3,867,628 1,854,436 42,177 188,520 16,603,545 709,148 26,624,944
Manitoba 141,324 9,681 2,945 0 0 0 688,957 36,714 879,622
Saskatchewan 51,400 2,225 1,573 0 0 0 65,374 9,959 130,530
Alberta 96,507 4,875 6,360 0 0 0 0 34,033 141,775
British Columbia Freshwater 1,186,546 617,489 651,818 67,717 12,094 96,796 7,150,438 371,076 10,153,975
British Columbia Tidal Waters 910,604 31,167 392,667 621,990 0 148,267 2,703,558 184,219 4,992,473
Yukon 56,658 541,168 5,463 46,813 0 0 0 8,134 658,237
Northwest Territories 39,066 13,846 993 0 0 0 0 7,648 61,553
Nunavut2 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Canada 5,682,612 1,563,572 4,982,059 2,593,392 54,271 433,584 27,361,140 1,393,957 44,064,587
Average per active adult angler 13.99 3.85 12.27 6.39 0.13 1.07 67.38 3.43 108.51
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 15d Major purchases and investments (wholly attributable to recreational fishing) made by all non-resident anglers (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Fishing equipment Camping equipment Boating equipment new Boating equipment used Special vehicles new Special vehicles used Land/ buildings Other purchases Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 167,838 35,546 95,625 61,481 109,847 64,512 334,603 54,364 923,815
Prince Edward Island 9,596 8,376 1,033 38,857 0 0 0 20,861 78,724
Nova Scotia 53,710 14,837 57,452 5,722 5,600 0 77,600 13,116 228,037
New Brunswick 184,253 3,989 248,708 302,400 0 0 1,516,301 27,553 2,283,203
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 4,754,289 687,316 8,768,227 3,167,969 241,890 603,510 35,699,625 1,057,982 54,980,808
Manitoba 599,116 36,826 1,030,242 28,583 494,054 411,346 9,761,463 175,111 12,536,743
Saskatchewan 564,928 738,855 1,338,244 304,203 201,844 55,466 4,291,454 212,725 7,707,719
Alberta 763,757 245,931 1,147,517 15,145 315,014 0 0 138,180 2,625,543
British Columbia Freshwater 2,427,444 922,304 1,128,601 1,406,428 351,600 161,061 23,401,392 1,007,836 30,806,666
British Columbia Tidal Waters 2,596,080 127,809 3,562,311 11,260,134 19,338 535,033 4,923,716 504,714 23,529,135
Yukon 123,833 543,879 28,033 46,813 0 0 0 12,807 755,364
Northwest Territories 71,554 20,592 3,847 14,220 0 0 316,000 9,691 435,904
Nunavut 5,292 1,476 0 2,459 0 11,750 0 4,570 25,547
Canada 12,321,689 3,387,735 17,409,840 16,654,414 1,739,187 1,842,678 80,322,154 3,239,509 136,917,207
Average per active adult angler 22.25 6.12 31.43 30.07 3.14 3.33 145.03 5.85 247.21
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 15e Major purchases and investments (wholly attributable to recreational fishing) made by all anglers (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Fishing equipment Camping equipment Boating equipment new Boating equipment used Special vehicles new Special vehicles used Land/ buildings Other purchases Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 4,401,708 7,417,137 26,703,931 10,407,277 14,387,684 4,597,140 7,520,346 1,662,653 77,097,876
Prince Edward Island 351,734 66,033 111,554 297,052 1,045,000 191,709 222,400 213,398 2,498,878
Nova Scotia 3,477,979 2,657,654 6,322,864 6,011,780 7,255,661 3,104,206 4,714,593 966,080 34,510,816
New Brunswick 3,850,538 4,883,971 4,993,949 4,471,290 4,057,083 5,279,884 8,775,711 1,469,827 37,782,253
Quebec1 42,941,595 62,993,815 135,961,569 87,737,106 164,565,854 72,645,825 132,747,617 22,496,021 722,089,402
Ontario 93,815,387 64,285,311 170,344,705 175,903,503 100,116,267 45,112,622 160,956,517 27,876,759 838,411,071
Manitoba 9,866,488 10,105,933 21,263,258 13,322,730 10,641,530 7,295,325 25,653,561 3,909,728 102,058,553
Saskatchewan 9,666,103 29,420,671 49,799,599 24,568,520 14,383,705 9,351,088 26,880,309 4,063,150 168,133,147
Alberta 24,048,483 98,827,515 44,777,044 34,464,869 24,272,435 21,981,819 35,335,120 7,677,665 291,384,950
British Columbia Freshwater 28,787,378 60,162,673 38,359,396 54,673,445 38,046,601 23,166,408 72,765,791 9,006,143 324,967,835
British Columbia Tidal Waters 31,707,223 20,975,624 78,041,504 132,270,372 32,230,889 16,724,131 20,691,873 5,604,959 338,246,574
Yukon 585,446 2,398,900 1,457,051 1,585,127 649,873 640,717 2,415,651 158,765 9,891,529
Northwest Territories 317,752 139,507 734,907 1,389,554 519,442 381,891 860,059 89,834 4,432,946
Nunavut 27,597 7,770 89,251 65,676 168,630 135,276 207,059 15,783 717,042
Canada 253,845,412 364,342,514 578,960,580 547,168,299 412,340,654 210,608,039 499,746,607 85,210,765 2,952,222,870
Average per active adult angler 77.21 110.82 176.10 166.43 125.42 64.06 152.01 25.92 897.99
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Resident anglers only, there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 16a: Direct recreational fishing expenditures made by resident anglers, 2010 (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Package Deals Food and Lodging Transportation Costs Fishing Services Fishing Supplies Other Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 486,348 8,687,771 14,194,197 724,594 3,446,820 29,987 27,569,716
Prince Edward Island 520,182 1,056,929 154,660 317,130 0 2,048,900
Nova Scotia 33,533 6,192,562 9,293,627 1,792,652 3,212,808 159,209 20,684,390
New Brunswick 1,729,655 6,980,355 8,054,529 2,492,510 2,253,920 35,634 21,546,603
Quebec 81,554,362 136,843,028 160,596,889 39,534,260 45,940,660 8,796,785 473,265,983
Ontario 27,100,422 212,986,729 249,836,555 47,961,679 63,751,174 1,847,040 603,483,599
Manitoba 2,998,318 23,353,263 32,233,826 3,500,244 7,038,776 61,449 69,185,876
Saskatchewan 3,587,118 33,014,548 44,177,137 7,245,698 7,969,230 466,726 96,460,458
Alberta 2,812,781 57,057,136 77,284,919 9,069,585 14,531,042 477,406 161,232,869
British Columbia Freshwater 7,143,620 56,481,688 78,129,059 15,047,912 15,736,327 606,517 173,145,123
British Columbia Tidal Waters 51,450,939 49,901,142 122,602,899 10,001,212 13,627,663 479,155 248,063,009
Yukon 13,735 1,395,819 2,497,351 127,937 352,626 0 4,387,468
Northwest Territories 138,408 681,084 1,310,864 168,298 252,784 33,577 2,585,016
Nunavut 353 47,795 88,207 10,138 21,681 0 168,173
Canada 179,049,590 594,143,102 801,356,988 137,831,379 178,452,640 12,993,483 1,903,827,183
Average per Active Angler 65.50 217.34 293.13 50.42 65.28 4.75 696.41
Note:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 16b: Direct recreational fishing expenditures made by non-resident Canadian anglers, 2010 (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Package Deals Food and Lodging Transportation Costs Fishing Services Fishing Supplies Other Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 1,493,716 1,726,542 1,366,809 431,387 141,178 1,207 5,160,839
Prince Edward Island 323,155 195,322 37,123 50,427 1,943 607,970
Nova Scotia 3,877 326,217 174,943 98,976 34,565 17,634 656,211
New Brunswick 1,127,087 552,741 350,530 885,750 79,060 4,380 2,999,547
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 1,374,885 10,426,172 7,891,068 1,742,681 1,762,948 145,340 23,343,094
Manitoba 639,931 2,596,676 2,182,185 649,851 305,376 0 6,374,019
Saskatchewan 2,031,908 8,160,976 6,801,743 2,218,182 1,050,067 124,708 20,387,584
Alberta 563,390 2,257,040 1,540,957 465,997 264,952 42,810 5,135,145
British Columbia Freshwater 2,150,746 12,792,366 8,961,802 5,026,648 1,394,017 112,260 30,437,840
British Columbia Tidal Waters 26,321,892 11,922,303 14,945,901 3,254,060 1,130,354 211,489 57,786,000
Yukon 888,656 1,147,069 1,138,500 80,422 90,100 22,808 3,367,554
Northwest Territories 2,300,187 1,177,831 1,475,693 211,213 157,685 343,142 5,665,752
Nunavut2 .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Canada 38,896,276 53,409,088 47,025,451 15,102,291 6,460,727 1,027,721 161,921,554
Average per Active Angler 264.39 363.04 319.65 102.66 43.92 6.99 1,100.64
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 16c: Direct recreational fishing expenditures made by other non-resident anglers, 2010 (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Package Deals Food and Lodging Transportation Costs Fishing Services Fishing Supplies Other Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 1,053,305 341,208 372,455 104,363 28,843 686 1,900,860
Prince Edward Island 401,021 51,166 12,596 13,115 997 478,896
Nova Scotia 17,184 333,918 135,187 64,913 18,395 4,044 573,641
New Brunswick 2,693,513 1,087,142 357,330 1,769,956 131,274 0 6,039,214
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 97,867,035 102,212,417 46,202,497 25,857,888 12,291,229 1,527,445 285,958,512
Manitoba 12,364,143 4,821,003 3,052,311 1,403,733 517,094 1,537 22,159,820
Saskatchewan 9,408,889 3,393,090 2,419,269 1,187,011 391,435 172,759 16,972,453
Alberta 1,719,591 1,982,255 937,793 510,244 144,719 16,884 5,311,487
British Columbia Freshwater 18,175,726 10,579,785 7,776,461 5,880,135 979,267 209,091 43,600,466
British Columbia Tidal Waters 29,586,834 14,389,079 13,061,673 3,453,642 896,568 336,973 61,724,768
Yukon 1,205,192 1,130,435 883,937 237,226 94,670 20,362 3,571,822
Northwest Territories 3,151,725 558,337 553,007 153,837 62,799 31,636 4,511,341
Nunavut2 .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Canada 177,243,137 141,229,689 75,803,088 40,635,544 15,569,409 2,322,413 452,803,280
Average per Active Angler 436.46 347.78 186.67 100.07 38.34 5.72 1,115.04
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. There are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
2. Non-resident origins were not recorded during fieldwork.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 16d: Direct recreational fishing expenditures made by all non-resident anglers, 2010 (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Package Deals Food and Lodging Transportation Costs Fishing Services Fishing Supplies Other Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 2,547,021 2,067,750 1,739,264 535,750 170,020 1,893 7,061,699
Prince Edward Island 724,176 246,487 49,720 63,542 2,940 1,086,865
Nova Scotia 21,060 660,135 310,130 163,889 52,960 21,678 1,229,852
New Brunswick 3,820,601 1,639,882 707,859 2,655,706 210,334 4,380 9,038,761
Quebec1 .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Ontario 99,241,920 112,638,589 54,093,565 27,600,569 14,054,178 1,672,785 309,301,607
Manitoba 13,004,074 7,417,679 5,234,496 2,053,584 822,470 1,537 28,533,839
Saskatchewan 11,440,797 11,554,066 9,221,012 3,405,193 1,441,502 297,467 37,360,037
Alberta 2,282,981 4,239,295 2,478,750 976,241 409,671 59,693 10,446,631
British Columbia Freshwater 20,326,473 23,372,151 16,738,263 10,906,784 2,373,284 321,351 74,038,306
British Columbia Tidal Waters 55,908,726 26,311,382 28,007,575 6,707,702 2,026,921 548,462 119,510,767
Yukon 2,093,848 2,277,504 2,022,437 317,648 184,769 43,170 6,939,377
Northwest Territories 5,451,912 1,736,168 2,028,701 365,050 220,485 374,778 10,177,094
Nunavut 253,058 145,819 403,889 49,607 22,021 6,247 880,640
Canada 216,392,470 194,784,595 123,232,428 55,787,443 22,052,156 3,356,381 615,605,474
Average per Active Angler 390.71 351.70 222.51 100.73 39.82 6.06 1,111.52
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Resident anglers only, there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.

Table 16e: Direct recreational fishing expenditures made by all anglers, 2010 (in dollars)
Jurisdiction Package Deals Food and Lodging Transportation Costs Fishing Services Fishing Supplies Other Total
Newfoundland and Labrador 3,033,369 10,755,521 15,933,461 1,260,344 3,616,840 31,880 34,631,415
Prince Edward Island 1,244,358 1,303,417 204,379 380,672 2,940 3,135,766
Nova Scotia 54,593 6,852,696 9,603,757 1,956,541 3,265,767 180,887 21,914,242
New Brunswick 5,550,255 8,620,238 8,762,389 5,148,215 2,464,254 40,014 30,585,364
Quebec1 81,554,362 136,843,028 160,596,889 39,534,260 45,940,660 8,796,785 473,265,983
Ontario 126,342,343 325,625,319 303,930,120 75,562,248 77,805,352 3,519,825 912,785,206
Manitoba 16,002,392 30,770,941 37,468,322 5,553,828 7,861,246 62,985 97,719,714
Saskatchewan 15,027,915 44,568,614 53,398,149 10,650,892 9,410,732 764,193 133,820,495
Alberta 5,095,762 61,296,431 79,763,669 10,045,826 14,940,713 537,100 171,679,500
British Columbia Freshwater 27,470,093 79,853,839 94,867,322 25,954,696 18,109,611 927,868 247,183,428
British Columbia Tidal Waters 107,359,665 76,212,524 150,610,473 16,708,913 15,654,584 1,027,617 367,573,776
Yukon 2,107,582 3,673,324 4,519,788 445,586 537,395 43,170 11,326,845
Northwest Territories 5,590,320 2,417,253 3,339,565 533,348 473,269 408,355 12,762,110
Nunavut 253,411 193,613 492,096 59,745 43,701 6,247 1,048,813
Canada 395,442,060 788,927,697 924,589,416 193,618,821 200,504,797 16,349,865 2,519,432,656
Average per Active Angler 120.28 239.97 281.24 58.89 60.99 4.97 766.34
Notes:
Figures may not add up to total due to rounding.
1. Resident anglers only, there are no estimates for non-resident anglers in Quebec.
Source: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Economic Analysis and Statistics.