Much is written on how to tune your bow and tame your bad shooting habits in order to achieve better shot accuracy.
Summer is here, and many of us will be heading up to camp or the cottage for a break.
“That looks like an obvious spot,” I say to my Dad as I point to a narrows where the dark waters of Kenogamisis Lake are funnelled under the Highway 11 Bridge.
You might want to circle the week of July 3-11 on your calendar. That’s because Ontario’s Family Fishing Weekend has been expanded to a full nine days!
We began our trip with honourable intentions as a group of canoeists; seven adults, Simon (a 3-year-old), and Gypsy the dog. Our departure was planned for 7:00am early on a Friday morning.
Recently I was reading an article in a very popular outdoor magazine on how to get in shape for the big game hunt.
It seems all of the above are thriving in our neck of the woods and are creating as much havoc on other wildlife, residents and domesticated animals as they ever have.
Walk into any sporting goods store and take a look at the wide selection of lures you can use for pike.
With summer comes salmon fishing, something those of us living in Thunder Bay are lucky enough to have at our fingertips, with quality salmon fishing to be had right in Thunder Bay.
Sunday, June 14th, a group of nearly 40 adventurous nature enthusiasts headed out on the Perry Lake Trail in Manitouwadge, part of the community’s Turn Off the Screens Week.
The Thunder Bay Salmon Association (TBSA) was founded in 1987 by a group of volunteers interested in building a hatchery to stock salmon in Thunder Bay.
In last months Outdoors Guide I talked about tactics for locating and catching springtime walleye.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Makes 4 servings