Everyone knows someone that is referred to as a “Gun Nut”? Perhaps you’re that person. Just what constitutes a “Gun Nut”? Do you have to own a lot of guns to be a bonafide “Gun Nut”?
When north woods guide, Greg Bohn, fishes for crappies in the springtime, all he needs is a boat equipped with a Humminbird sonar/temperature gauge and a Thill slip bobber.
Do you think you can handle the physically demanding work, the extreme weather, the bugs, the travelling and the stress?
With temperatures creeping up above zero and spring on the horizon, many anglers hang up their ice augers and tip-ups prematurely.
For those who know me, know I am a bow hunter long before I am an angler, however in the last handful of years, I have taken my time on the water a lot more seriously and have landed some decent fish.
Like many families in Northwestern Ontario, my clan likes to split their winter recreational time between cross-country skiing and ice fishing.
If you have made the decision to start “rolling your own flies” there is no better time than now with spring peeking its’ nose around the corner.
Although they have been popularized largely by bass and walleye anglers, the crankbait is also a great brook trout lure.
It's around this time of year that my hide takes on a deep bronzen tone - at least from the neck up. And it's around this time that people ask if I've just returned from Florida or the Caribbean.
Almost every fishing trip features a little unexpected adventure and some challenges we will need to overcome.
If you can walk, you can go snowshoeing. Unlike skiing, skating, and snowboarding, with snowshoeing, there is not a huge learning curve.
Like many residents of Northwestern Ontario, the first time I went turkey hunting, I had almost never seen a wild turkey in the wild; with the exception of a few domesticated turkeys turned wild in th
In the February issue of the Outdoors Guide we covered some of the major differences between
The mature buck erupted from the cover of the blow down and with a valiant attempt to evade the predators that were closing in fast, the deer quickly exhausted what little energy it had.