I saw in the news last week that once again a couple of teens in southern Ontario lost their lives on an ATV trying to race with a pick up truck on a rural dirt road.
The more I get into deer hunting the more I realize that this pursuit is a year-long endeavour.
Flat line trolling is not a new or secret technique for lake trout. It is just a fancy way of describing old fashioned trolling without aid of downrigger, dipsey diver or wire line.
From April 16th to 25th, the Dubreuilville ATV Club’s held their 1st ever, Geocache Challenge, though they were offering some cool prizes – choice of either a 1000Kwatt Generator or registration into
Trappers provide easy solution to beaver problems
The weather on walleye opener never ceases to amaze me.
I was recently invited to a preview of a brand new archery facility which, as of May 1st, has opened up within the city limits of Thunder Bay.
Catching that first fish is the initial giant step toward cracking the walleye code of any new water.
Once May rolls around, most anglers have walleye opener on the mind, but there are other things to do this time of year.
The first time you rode a bike, it was a thrill like nothing else you had ever experienced. When the training wheels came off, you suddenly had confidence and independence.
Residents of north-western Ontario have waited patiently and now the fishing and camping season is upon us. So is the forest fire season which officially started April 1st and closes October 31st.
It goes without saying that a dog is mans best friend, however with the amount of women in the outdoors (which is another whole article) a dog could be a hunters best friend.
People love to be outdoors. No matter how much technology we have to play with, and how much work we have to do back home, we still need to get out.
I have always been drawn to water. I suspect everyone has this innate attraction to some extent. Take children for example. If there is a puddle anywhere in sight - they are in it.