★You don’t need a licence to fish in tidal or salt water, but you need to follow federal and provincial rules while fishing.
Anglers’ Handbook. https://beta.novascotia.ca/documents/anglers-handbook
But not all fish can keep, Some fish have quantity and size requirements.
You can catch mackerel, flounder, sculpin, pollock,and smelt on the shore or beach.
McCormacks Beach Provincial Park, fisherman's cove and Halifax waterfront are all good spots for shore fishing
This is the closest place to shellfish digging in Halifax(2377 Cow Bay Rd, Cow Bay, surrounding area)
Check the map and Prohibition Orders before harvesting!
More information for Digging Shellfish
★Airport to our Inn
Our inn is 37 km from Halifax Stanfield International Airport, and it takes 25 minutes by driving.
You can also take bus 320 and transfer to 6B/6C, the total takes 1 hour 15 minutes to 1 hour 30 minutes
You can use google map to check the schedule.The cost of a taxi is $75 to $80, you also can try use uber
★Our Inn to Halifax waterfront
Our inn is 14.5km away from Halifax WaterFront, it takes 20 to 25 minutes by driving (depending on traffic)
You can also take a bus and transfer to a ferry to Halifax WaterFront
Take Bus 6B/6C (15 minutes) or drive (8 minutes) to Woodside Ferry (free parking), take the ferry to Halifax WaterFront
Take Bus 6C (27 minutes) or drive (14 minutes) to Alderney Ferry (parking fee required), take the ferry to Halifax WaterFront
★Woodside Ferry Schedule (Monday to Friday)
★Alderney Ferry Schedule (Open year around except few holidays)
★Main Rd After Silvers Ln (7463) Main Rd At Civic 1491 (7497)
These two bus station are closest our Inn. you can check Bus schedule on Google Map
★Recommended surrounding beaches
Rainbow Haven Beach (9 km, 11 minutes by driving)
MacCormacks Beach Provincial Park - extensive boardwalk that provides coastal walking(4 minutes walk from our Inn)
★Salt Marsh Trail（recommend）