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Extra special splake
Dec 22, 2007
What do you get when you cross a male speckle trout with a female lake trout? One answer, of course, is a splake. The other, however, is a heap of controversy. If you're old enough to remember, splake were...
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Waterfowlers spend; Walsh skiing, part II
Apr 10, 2009
This just in from Josh Winchell, a heck of a great guy I met in Ottawa back in 2000 at the Premier’s Symposium on North America’s Hunting Heritage. Josh now lends his talents as the information point...
Field Findings
Where’s Walsh?
Apr 9, 2009
For regular readers of this blog: if you’re wondering about the scarcity of entries between now and next week, it’s because I’m taking a bit of R&R, hitting the slopes out in Alberta with my Canmore buddy...
Field Findings
How to add your 2¢ to the registry debate
Apr 8, 2009
It’s been going on five years now since Stephen Harper first promised to scrap the long-gun registry if elected prime minister—and three years since he was indeed voted into the top public office in the land. Still,
Field Findings
The end of traditional fly fishing. Or not
Apr 5, 2009
Every so often, we receive a press release from one tackle maker or another claiming their new product will change the way people fish. Many times, the promises are baseless, and the product fades away into obscurity. The...
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When a movie becomes a movement
Apr 4, 2009
I read a Reuters news article this past week about how young Asians are eating less and less sharkfin soup, long considered a delicacy throughout southeast Asia. Seems a combination of the economic downturn (the brew is expensive)...
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A bit of art to go with your fall bird hunt
Apr 3, 2009
I always keep my Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permits once the fall hunting season is over. I’m a bit of pack rat, but they also serve as a good record of my yearly timberdoodle tally. Plus, I...
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Guessing at the PM’s gun bill motives
Apr 2, 2009
Depending on which way you look at it, federal Liberal opposition leader Michael Ignatieff has either risen to the bait or called Stephen Harper’s bluff. At a Liberal fundraiser last night in Toronto, Ignatieff pledged to defeat...
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Is the PM playing politics with guns?
Apr 1, 2009
A wily political move or yet another sign that Prime Minister Stephen Harper actually doesn’t really intend to get rid of the long-gun registry? Today, Harper’s Conservative government tabled Bill S-5 in the Senate to abolish the registry—this when...
Field Findings
Found: Signs of hope for Pacific salmon
Mar 30, 2009
Since last year, renowned B.C. science writer Terry Glavin has been preparing a major report for Outdoor Canada magazine on the state of the West Coast’s wild Pacific salmon. Due out in our forthcoming April issue, Glavin’s piece illustrates...
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Ottawa River, good. See fish. Don’t pollute
Mar 29, 2009
This is just a wee shout out to the forum users on Bountyfishing.com (“home of the world’s largest fishing tournament”). Nice board you have there. To clarify one thing, though. It seems Freshwaterphil and a few others didn’t see the...
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Jolly good news about Outdoor Canada
Mar 28, 2009
Since Outdoor Canada magazine always writes about other folks in the outdoors, from outfitters to conservationists to gear makers, it’s always a kick when we get a nod from other outdoor media. But we were especially chuffed...
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Mercer to offer a Sunday night fishing fix
Mar 27, 2009
Is fishing funnyman Dave Mercer the heir apparent to Bob Izumi as Canada’s top TV angling personality? A little fishy tells me Mercer’s Facts of Fishing The Show is now second only to Izumi’s Real Fishing in terms...
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Spurned outdoors show opts for new digs
Mar 25, 2009
It would appear Toronto Mayor David Miller has shot himself in the foot by giving the Toronto Sportsmen’s Show grief over its hunting content. In large part due to Miller’s policy forbidding anything to do with guns on city...
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Harper plays to Ontario’s anglers & hunters
Mar 22, 2009
First, he warmed them up with a joke: “I’m living proof there’s a big difference between fishing and catching.” Then he played to their emotions: “You are living the example of early Canadian life.” And with that,
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When guns and politics don’t mix
Mar 20, 2009
This must have Prime Minister Stephen Harper in a stew about his scheduled speech tomorrow night at the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters’ annual awards banquet in Mississauga, Ontario. The Toronto Star reports today that federal Conservative MP Garry Breitkreuz...
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Trophy heaven for buck hunters at Bass Pro
Mar 17, 2009
Deer hunters visiting Bass Pro Shops in Vaughan, Ontario, this Friday through Sunday are in for a big treat: a selection of the retail giant’s massive collection of some 200 monster buck mounts will be on display...
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Outdoor Canada to hit the small screen
Mar 13, 2009
The World Fishing Network’s Mark Melnyk took his Reel Road Trip show to Kenora, Ontario, earlier this winter to go ice fishing on Lake of the Woods with—who else?—Outdoor Canada’s very own Fishing Editor, Gord Pyzer. Along with one of Gord’s...
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Want to help B.C.’s steelhead? Get tying
Mar 11, 2009
If you enjoy steelheading, or fishing for any anadromous species for that matter, it’s great to know that people such as April Vokey are working on your behalf to help improve these vital fisheries. Vokey recently launched...
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