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Old 07-15-2004, 12:54 AM   #41
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LOL, I come from CT, what part?
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we could drive them over the boarder.
When you moved up from the US to Canada you brought live fish with you right? How does that work when crossing the boarder. Is there any special declaration or anything like that? Is it no big deal at all? In my mind I envision them giving you a hard time..
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Canadian customs always seem to give ME a hard time. And, I never bring fish across the border. LOL
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We didn't mention the fish and they didn't ask. We did have documentation for the cats and birds.
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I used to visit my relatives in Canada at least twice a year--my Grandparents (who I always went with) never got stopped at the border for more than 10 minutes. Most of the time they would just waved them through. When I went alone one year (pre-9/11/01) they stopped me and searched my car for about 45 minutes! Let me tell you, I was thinking of every little thing I could have done in that car as I sat in the booth and waited. They let me go without incident, but it was the longest 45 minutes I ever experienced!
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so for anyone that is interested the answer to my previous question looks just like Menagerie said,

As long as an tropical fish isn't on the endangered species list it can be imported with out a permit.

http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/science/aquaculture/ornamental_e.htm
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So did ya'll call each other by your real names, or by your screen names? I always thought it'd be wierd to be in a room with a bunch of people you're used to calling coolcatfish and woahmama online...
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