Thunder Bay resident, Alex ‘Moose Man’ Gouthro, recently took First Place in the Newspaper/Internet Feature category of the Ontario Writers of Canada ‘2010 Shimano National Communications Awards’.
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
The Cooking: 5 minutes
Serving Size: Serves a family of four
¼ cup Fish Crisp (or whole wheat flour)
In the previous two issues of the Outdoors Guide I talked about spring and transition time tactics for catching walleye.
While turkey hunting this past spring, I had a great example of why hunters need to think about scent control when hunting big game.
It’s our first morning exploring the waters of Kenogamisis Lake near Geraldton and we’ve already caught enough fish for supper and released many more, including my father’s largest walleye to date, a
Summer time is here and everyone is eager to spend as much time enjoying the great outdoors as possible.
While there is absolutely nothing wrong with the fly fishing opportunities offered in Northern Ontario during the summer, it is also a great time to pack up and head west for a little variety.
By now most people know that the deer tick is responsible for carrying and transmitting Lyme disease among animals.
Pulling into the driveway of Moosehorn Lodge and looking over Pelican Lake (which is part of Lac Suel) just outside of Sioux Lookout Ontario gave me an exhilarating feeling, and the anticipation of ge
The dry spring we experienced this year brought an early start to the forest fire season. Ontario FireRangers were brought on line early and put to work right away.
The 2010 Dubreuilville Father’s Day Fish Derby was a great success; the live release derby, held on the Magpie River, welcomed anglers from across Ontario and Michigan but this year, a special Father-
The invention of the wheel way back when was the start of something that has been around for thousands of years and will remain in some way even if we eventually get off the ground and get to work in
When it comes to fishing for smallmouth bass, most of us probably don’t start our search in the weeds. Weed is certainly not the stuff I gravitated to when I started my smallie fishing career.
On July 10th the Angler Young Angler (AYA) walleye tournament hit the Kam River in full force with 36 teams competing for the 1st place trophy.