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The fine art of surfacing
Oct 20, 2014
Expert topwater tactics for consistently fooling fall’s monster muskies
Fishing
Phenomenal fat fall fish
Oct 20, 2014
The walleye, bass, perch, crappie, muskie and pike fishing has been exceptional of late and it is no great surprise.  I say that because if you've had a chance to read my fishing column in the current fall edition of Outdoor...
On the Water Online
Hunting with Nikon
Oct 19, 2014
A Beginners Guide to Bow Hunting If hunting is your passion and you are looking to grow further as a sportsman, bow hunting is your answer. Since the dawn of time... Read More > Moose Hunting in Chetwynd, BC It was a long drive...
Hunting
A Beginners Guide to Bow Hunting
Oct 17, 2014
If hunting is your passion and you are looking to grow further as a sportsman, bow hunting is your answer. Since the dawn of time man has hunted with a simple stick and string and while many still do, many...
Skills
Moose Hunting in Chetwynd, BC
Oct 17, 2014
It was a long drive from Maple Ridge to Chetwynd B.C but after a 14 hour drive my cousin and I had finally made it. After we arrived we met up with two more of my cousins and hunkered down...
Hunting
How to do the Indian stroke
Sep 24, 2014
Expert paddler and adventurer Jim Baird shows how to do the Indian stroke. It’s an ideal stroke for sneaking up on wildlife because the blade never leaves the water, so you can approach silently.
Skills
Three hunting getaways
Sep 23, 2014
A trio of hunting spots to try in Quebec, Alberta and Ontario.
Hot Spots
10 Canadian duck species—other than mallards—you should set your sights on this season (part 2 of 2)
Sep 23, 2014
Why you should take a break from duck hunting’s usual suspects and gun for something different, but just as tasty.
Birds
Hockey honker
Sep 23, 2014
For Ottawa Senator's defenceman Eric Gryba, waterfowling success is all about the call.
Birds
Thinking outside the box for Rice Lake smallmouth
Sep 22, 2014
Wind. It’s blown ships across oceans, propelled balloons around the world, lifted the kites and hearts of bored children…and made life miserable for countless anglers. That’s what I was thinking as our boat was blown off our Rice Lake hot spot for the...
Fishing
Charges yet to be laid in Detroit River muskie killing incident
Sep 22, 2014
Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says investigation is ongoing
Field findings
Pea-brained autumn smallmouth
Sep 20, 2014
I am always amused when I hear someone mention the fact that bass have brains the size of the pea.  As though that somehow suggests we should have no trouble understanding their habits, tracking them down and catching them.  I mention...
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