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Picton Bay walleye


Picton Bay walleye

by Luigi De Rose | December 1, 2022

Two walleye over 12 pounds in just a few short hours clearly illustrated why Picton Bay is a great choice for trophy walleye hunters.

HuntStand Pro app


Introducing HuntStand Pro

by Editorial Staff | August 15, 2022

HuntStand Pro, North America’s number one hunting and land management tool, has landed here in Ontario. Download it today.

Chenxi Wu of Oakville, Ontario


Calling all young artists

by Barney Moorhouse | November 30, 2022

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) is inviting young artists to participate in its 20th annual Kids' Fish Art Contest.


List of guns banned by amendment revealed

by Editorial Staff | November 24, 2022

A full list of firearms that would be banned by an amendment to federal Bill C-21 has been revealed.

a buck retreating in the snow

Solunar Calendar

December 2022 solunar calendar

by Editorial Staff | November 24, 2022

The December 2022 solunar calendar is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.

sks firearm hanging


Amendment would ban some semi-auto rifles, shotguns

by Steve Galea | November 23, 2022

A federal government amendment to firearms Bill C-21 proposes to ban some semi-auto shotguns and/or centrefire rifles.

a snowy doe deer

Ask a CO

Ask a CO: If I don't fill a doe tag during rifle season, can I still use it later during bow season?

by Editorial Staff | November 23, 2022

"If I don’t fill a doe tag during rifle season, can I still use it later in the same WMU during the bow season?"

Staying Safe Hunting Horizontal


Remaining calm when lost

by Doug Bird | November 22, 2022

I might not have been lost, but a sense of panic grew in me with each passing ridge, and no familiar landmarks. STOP offers safety reminders.

a shoreline


Province invests $4.9 million in north

by Editorial Staff | November 22, 2022

Boat launch refurbishments are among two dozen tourism-related projects getting a $4.9 million boost from the province.

Hemlock woolly adelgid


Hemlock bug spreading

by Jeff Helsdon | November 17, 2022

An invasive insect that attacks and kills hemlock trees is expanding its range in Ontario. Suspected cases should be reported.