As we rounded the bend on the wooded trail, we froze. There in front of us was our quarry. The bear was alert and ready to charge. I had to make this shot count or it might be all over for us!
There are so many people who are interested in protecting the planet from severe climate change and other environmental threats.
Sylvain Bernard’s family is not new to angling; with his wife, three sons and three daughters, they often enjoy fishing from their camp on the Magpie River.
The spring of 2010 has been odd… and scary. Any doubts about climate change have been erased.
I picked up my first compound bow back in 1983 in a local sporting goods store, and the second I handled that piece of equipment I knew I was going to be a bow hunter.
Anyone who has fished the spring run of Lake Superior steelhead will know that loosing flies is just part of the game.
It’s a question that many hunters and anglers have to ask themselves when it comes to certain things in the great outdoors.
Pike get a bad rap in much of the north. We cuss them for biting off our jigs and groan when they grab a walleye. But big pike are an explosive, awesome sport fish.
There’s something special about the first trip in a boat after a long winter of fishing through the ice.
The morning chill quickly died off as the sun rose in the sky. Spring had sprung, and this was destined to be an awesome day for the annual kick-off to a brand new mountain bike season.
Stress-free planning for family fun this summer
I have a lot on my mind.
Driving Northwestern Ontario’s Hwy 17 I have often wished for extra time to follow the billboards promoting Dubreuilville’s ATV Club into the French-Canadian community best known for its success with
About two weeks after this edition comes out, I’ll be boarding a plane, loaded up with my shotgun, bow, a few fake turkeys and way too much gear, headed for Toronto.