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Check out the new!
Nov 10, 2011
It's got brand new project plans, a place to ask for woodworking advice, and more
Come to the Outdoor Canada Show
Nov 9, 2011
Join us for a very special weekend of everything outdoors...
Smothered Fowl
Oct 4, 2011
This is a superb way to prepare wild pheasant, as well as grouse, quail, partridge and even rabbit (rear quarters and loins only). I like to serve this dish with wild rice, peas and crabapple jelly. Serves: 2-4 1 pheasant, dressed 1/2 cup...
10 adventure essentials
Sep 28, 2011
Forget something crucial? Here's what you should and shouldn't replace it with
Best 5 walleye recipes
Sep 14, 2011
Want to share your catch? These tasty dishes are sure to please even those who claim they don't like fish. Bacon-Wrapped Mustard WalleyeRecipe from: Fishing guide Ryan Suffron, from Knee Lake Resort, Manitoba. Serves: 4 3 cups flour 1 cup cracker crumbs 5 tbsp...
Living off the land: Waterfowl
Aug 26, 2011
It can be quite the production, hunting for ducks and geese. Scouting for the birds. Training the dog. Heading afield to toss out the blocks and set up the blind. Waiting. Shivering in the damp morning cold. And calling. Then...
Anticosti Island
Aug 23, 2011
Visit this sliver of land in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, a deer-hunter's dream destination
Hot Spots
Living off the land: Upland birds
Aug 7, 2011
The only thing better than the satisfaction of taking a flushing ruffed grouse on the wing is digging into a tasty breast on the plate. Ambrosia, it’s been called. The best bird meat our abundant forests have to offer. Not...
Living off the land: Fish
Aug 5, 2011
Sure, catch-and-release angling is a good thing. But so is keeping some of your legal catch for the table. And many are the fish that make for good eating: walleye, crappie, bass, pike, trout, salmon, perch—the list goes on. You...
Tincup Paella
Aug 5, 2011
Combining her interest in international cuisine with local fare, José Janssen often serves her famous Tincup Paella on the last day of each group’s stay at the lodge. While she often uses lake trout, Janssen says you can include any...
Looking good: Outdoor Canada & Harbercraft
Aug 4, 2011
We're on a boat! Take a look at our Harbercraft 1925 Discovery
Shelley Bancroft & Courtney Hatfield's fishing hot spots
Aug 4, 2011
Shelley and Courtney, hosted by Shelley Bancroft and Courtney Hatfield, debuted in 2005 following the 11-year run of Get Out! with Shelley and Courtney. The show follows the duo as they discover all nature of outdoors fun,
On the water with Outdoor Canada and Alumacraft!
Aug 4, 2011
Follow along as the Outdoor Canada crew hits the water in our new Alumacraft Competitor 175 LE.
The best bass tackleboxes
Jun 15, 2011
Bass season is coming soon! Whether you're casting for largemouth or smallmouth bass, here's everything you'll need to be successful. Plus, read our bonus tips for targeting bass in insolated cover. Fishing largemouth bass in isolated coverHow to target largemouths...
Tips & Tactics
Enter the Outdoor Canada Photo Contest
Jun 13, 2011
Send us your best outdoor photos and you could win big prizes, plus see your pic in the magazine!
7 easy ways to change the world
Jun 8, 2011
We can't fix the world, but we can certainly put a dent in things. Here's how
Living off the land: Venison
Jun 6, 2011
Big-game hunters know the real work starts the moment they hit the switch and the animal goes down. Just ask anyone who’s ever hauled moose quarters out of the deepest, darkest depths of an alder swamp. But what a payoff—whether...
Best fishing times
May 5, 2011
Planning a fishing trip? Use our handy search tool to...
Tips & Tactics
The new Outdoor Canada Monthly
May 3, 2011
Hello from Outdoor Canada, and welcome to our revamped newsletter. We hope you like the fresh look, designed to bring you the latest in hunting and fishing, and match our new website. Speaking of our new site, check it out!
3 unique trout species
Mar 23, 2011
What's your favourite trout? That most likely depends on what's swimming in your own backyard. For most Canadian anglers, the answers no doubt revolve around brookies, browns, lakers and rainbows. Fine fish all, for sure. But if...
Tips & Tactics
4 wild game Christmas dinners
Dec 12, 2010
It's time to enjoy what you worked so hard for this season in a grand Christmas feast. Here are some of our favourite recipes for getting the most of your game. Still have wild turkey in the freezer? Try one of...
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