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You are permitted to bring fish in, as long as they aren't CITES listed.
The big problem is few border guards have experience with us bringing in
fish, and the idea excites them. Their excitement can cause delays. It's
a dull job and everyone likes to be busy.
Make certain you communicate that you have TROPICAL fish which you have
bred and which are not worth much (be conservative when they ask).
Check the USregulations on the way back. My experience is you're as
likely to be delayed going home as coming to Canada. BTW - where in
Canada are you going?
-Gary (I have a couple of tropical fish I'm giving to an internet friend
in the US) Elson
Gregory Kelley wrote:
> Hello folks
> I hope your weekend is off to a great start I wanted
> to know one of are members invited me up to a bowl
> show and auction on Sept 10th and i was wanting to
> know whats the regulation about taking killies across
> the boarder from Canada i know when i go i have to add
> to my collection as well as enjoy are great members up
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- From: Gregory Kelley <kinohale at yahoo_com>