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Everything eats crayfish

by Gord Ellis | July 28, 2021

The crayfish is one of the most unusual and fascinating creatures that lives in freshwater. More or less a mini-lobster, this crustacean is a formidable creature to handle.


Maple barbecue coho salmon

by Andrew Rochon | July 28, 2021

This sticky and delicious coho recipe uses a sauce that goes great with ribs as well - and makes enough BBQ sauce for a few meals.


Different fishing styles have time and place

by Brodie Kenna | July 27, 2021

We all know anglers who fish the same waters religiously and consistently catch big fish.


Fish stocking on target

by Barney Moorhouse | July 27, 2021

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) fish stocking efforts have, for the most part, been on target throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Solunar Calendar

August 2021 Solunar Calendar

by Editorial Staff | July 26, 2021

The solunar calendar for August 2021 is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.


Getting to know Olympic archer Crispin Duenas

by Meghan Sutherland | July 23, 2021

Crispin Duenas picked up a bow in 2000 and has been aiming forward — carefully — ever since. Duenas is among Canada’s recurve archer elite, having competed in the Olympic Games at Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016, as well as in three Pan American games.


Insights for choosing your first bow

by Jeff Kavanagh | July 22, 2021

A gun hunter can take advantage of the longer archery season with a bow that feels like a rifle without the long learning curve of a vertical bow.

Big Game

Five steps to prep for deer season

by Gord Ellis | July 20, 2021

Tom Petty once sang that “waiting is the hardest part,” and when it comes to waiting for deer season, I can be very impatient. I know many of you are, too. It’s the nature of the hunter to look ahead, and to dream.


Goldeneyes adorn the 2021 duck stamp

by Editorial Staff | July 19, 2021

A beautiful image depicting a pair of common goldeneyes will adorn the 2021 Canadian Wildlife Habitat Conservation stamp.