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Canadians to be inducted into the U.S.-based Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame
Sep 18, 2014
Three Canadians are on the 2015 list of inductees into the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame: Gord Pyzer, Darryl Choronzey and Mike Lazarus. Here are their full bios, from the Hall of Fame press release, issued September 15, 2014.   Gordon Pyzer  Forty-two times National...
Gord Pyzer to be inducted into the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame
Sep 17, 2014
Outdoor Canada’s long-time fishing editor Gord Pyzer has been named to the 2015 list of inductees into the Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame. Pyzer is among 16 other individuals, and one organization, who are being honoured “for outstanding achievements...
New hunting group picks up where the National Wild Turkey Federation left off
Aug 21, 2014
A new not-for-profit, all-Canadian organization is trying to fill the gap left by the National Wild Turkey Federation, which suspended its fundraising operations in Canada in January of this year. Launched in March, the Canadian Wild Turkey Federation is still in...
The new Spro Rat
Jul 17, 2014
I've known Bill Siemantel for close to 20 years now and he is unquestionably the most innovative lure designer and "out of the box" thinker I've ever met. His tournament wins in California and Nevada are legendary and his Big Bass...
Captain T. J. Ott of Wicked Tuna fame
Jul 16, 2014
Got to meet up with Captain T. J. Ott of Wicked Tuna television fame today at the ICAST Show in Orlando.  What a nice man and a great character. Buddy Bob Izumi introduced me to T. J. and then we posed...
Lake Erie to see another harmful algal bloom this summer
Jul 11, 2014
Lake Erie will likely experience a significant bloom of toxic blue-green algae in 2014, but it should be smaller than last year’s intense bloom, according to a new report. There should also be considerably less algae than during the record-setting bloom...
Cabela’s Canada set to open first Ontario location
Jul 9, 2014
Outdoor retailer Cabela’s Canada is opening the doors to its first Ontario location on Thursday, July 10, with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony and weekend-long celebration featuring special guests, giveaways and family events. The festivities kick off at 8 a.m with crowd entertainment, including a DJ,
New Canadian lab targets Asian carp threat
Jul 8, 2014
A new lab in Burlington, Ontario, is the latest measure undertaken in the ongoing battle to keep Asian carp out of Canadian waterways. The $400,000 facility, based at the federally operated Canada Centre for Inland Waters (CCIW) will allow scientists to...
National fishing week begins July 5
Jul 3, 2014
Starting on Saturday, July 5, angling groups across the country celebrate National Fishing Week, including licence-free fishing in several provinces. Running until July 13, National Fishing Week is a coast-to-coast-to-coast awareness program encouraging Canadians to experience the excitement and benefits of...
Researchers tag 40 lake sturgeon in Niagara River region
Jun 27, 2014
To study the movements, habitats and health of lake sturgeon in the Niagara River, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, research biologists from Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium recently returned from the field where, in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, they...
Outdoor Canada editors earn six Outdoor Writers of Canada awards
Jun 17, 2014
Outdoor Canada editors earn six Outdoor Writers of Canada awards, including the prestigious Pete McGillen Award for Hunting Editor Ken Bailey
Cabela's Canada announces opening date for its Barrie, Ontario store
May 28, 2014
Anglers and hunters in Barrie and region looking for new gear now have a definite day to circle on their calendars. Cabela’s Canada announced this week that the official grand opening of its new Barrie, Ontario, store will take place on...
New opportunities for women who want to hunt
May 23, 2014
It’s no secret that the outdoors world can be an old boy’s club at times, and at least one female hunter is working hard to change that. To inspire more women to get into hunting, longtime hunter, shooter and outdoor...
New Canadian fishing group targets female anglers
May 22, 2014
Attention women who fish: A new organization in Canada wants to hear your story and see your photos. Great Canadian Female Anglers is a grassroots group made up of volunteers, which was recently formed to promote fishing among women. “I came...
Outdoor Canada earns seven prestigious National Magazine Award nominations
May 1, 2014
Outdoor Canada earns seven prestigious National Magazine Award nominations, while sister magazine Cottage Life picks up 13 nominations, including a chance at Magazine of the Year
Declining moose numbers in northern Ontario force province to reduce number of available tags
Apr 17, 2014
Getting an adult moose tag in northern Ontario this year just got a little bit harder
Taste for illegal caviar nets two Ontario men over $20K in fines
Apr 11, 2014
After being caught in possession of lake sturgeon meat and roe, two men from Richmond Hill, Ontario, have received a total of $20,750 in fines and probation orders. Denis Zehovoy and Ilia Kazatchkov pleaded guilty to illegally possessing lake sturgeon meat...
30th Anniversary Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp unveiled
Apr 1, 2014
This year’s Canadian Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp—purchased by hunters to validate their Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permit—will feature a cinnamon teal, painted by Winnipeg artist Lori Boast. Each year since 1985, a painting by a Canadian wildlife artist has been selected...
Carp control
Mar 31, 2014
What you need to know about the Asian carp threat
Cabela’s Canada looking to hire 200 people for its new location in Barrie, Ontario
Mar 26, 2014
Live in the Barrie, Ontario, area, love to fish and hunt, and looking for a job? Cabela’s Canada wants to hear from you. The U.S.-based outdoor retailer plans to hire roughly 200 full- and part-time employees to work in its...
Is it the end of the line for an iconic train service in northern Ontario?
Mar 19, 2014
Time is running out for the Algoma Central Railway. The passenger train service that runs from Sault Ste. Marie to Hearst is slated to close at the end of April. CN Rail, which owns the ACR, reportedly decided to pull...
OFAH hands out annual conservation awards
Mar 18, 2014
At its annual convention in mid March, the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters recognized the conservation effors of more than 30 volunteers and clubs
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