A good friend of mine’s wife, Brandi, had a great saying she told me several years ago, and it was that she didn’t like “Fall Jay”.
This eye-catching dish is easy to make and is an excellent alternative to
traditional grouse recipes.
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking/Grilling Time: 35 minutes
This month my favourite outdoors magazine (I mean other than The Outdoors Guide) came in the mail. The title of this issue is “The Best of the Best”.
Though the calendar doesn’t say so yet, weather forecasters count the time around Labor Day as the start of autumn. Walleye fishermen can attest to the truth of that.
The best time of the year to share food is when we get to do so with family and friends. Times like Christmas, birthdays, Easter, Thanksgiving, and of course summer barbeques.
Its 9pm and you‘re on your ATV on what you believe is the correct trail back to hunt camp.
As legend has it, the Sea Lion of Silver Islet, also known as Nagochee, was a companion of Nanabijou -the Sleeping Giant. In the tale, Nanabijou mistakenly believes that Nagochee has betrayed him.
I answer the subtle pickup of my pumpkinseed tube jig with a solid hook set. Initially it feels big like a chunk of waterlogged wood.
I first saw miss November on the pages of one of my favourite magazines; that’s right, Deer and Deer Hunting...
Climate change is a global challenge affecting the forests of Northwestern Ontario.
When I began hunting many years ago, I remember walking into D&R Sporting Goods to buy my first knife. I’m sure many other local and regional hunters, fishermen and trappers can say the same.
The low grunt of a giant bull moose answering a cow call is the epitome of excitement for many northern Ontario hunters.
By Keith Ailey
Long-range shooting and hunting has become one of the newest sub-cultures in outdoor sport.
My introduction to muskie fishing came in the form of fall trolling. I had recently moved to Sioux Lookout, Ontario where the famous Lac Seul’s trophy muskie fishery is virtually in our backyard.