Fishing and hunting guide, tournament angler, and outdoor writer Jeff “Gussy” Gustafson gives some tips for using crankbaits.
Fishingby Ray Blades | March 16, 2023
In case you haven't heard, the Ministry implemented a new Bait Management Strategy (BMS) at the start of 2022.
Newsby Editorial Staff | March 15, 2023
The federal government announced $2.1 million in funds over three years to improve our knowledge and management of wildlife diseases.
Newsby Jeff Helsdon | March 14, 2023
The public is being asked to help keep the latest invasive insect out of Canada, by both removing and reporting it when found.
Fishingby Ray Blades | March 13, 2023
Fly fishing for steelhead, Atlantic salmon, and resident rainbow trout on the St. Marys River with OOD Editor/Associate Publisher Ray Blades.
Fishingby Editorial Staff | March 10, 2023
OOD's April 2023 enhanced digital issue is now available. Read yours today for the latest hunting, fishing, and outdoors content.
Fishingby JP Bushey | March 9, 2023
Very few things in muskie fishing are set in stone. However, high-speed fishing, especially trolling, works.
Fishingby Lyle Gayder | March 8, 2023
Whether you’re just learning how to fish or already have your local water dialled in, there are many ways to benefit from hiring a guide.
Guns & Gearby Steve Galea | March 7, 2023
Thessalon's Shiloh Rousseau did Canada proud by winning three medals in biathlon at the 2023 FISU World University Games.
Newsby Steve Galea | March 6, 2023
Roadside parking restrictions are creating access issues for angler and hunters visiting Pretty River Provincial Park.
Fishingby Steve Galea | March 3, 2023
A proposed change to catch-and-release regulations allowing anglers more leeway to photograph and measure their catch was posted on the ERO.
Cookingby Kathryn Peiman, Adam Weir | March 2, 2023
Factors such as temperature, stress, and dispatch method could be preventing your fish from tasting its best. Here’s why and what you can do.
Big Gameby Steve Galea | March 2, 2023
Point Pelee National Park was closed to visitors from Jan. 6 to 20 as a safety measure while its annual deer cull took place.
Fishingby Jeff Helsdon | March 1, 2023
The latest Lake Erie assessments should make walleye anglers happy, but the news is mixed for those pursuing perch.
Bassby Tim Allard | February 28, 2023
Traversing the giant smallmouth wonderland of eastern Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River will reward anglers.
Newsby Editorial Staff | February 28, 2023
Woodcock are among the migratory birds that will benefit from nearly $2 million in federal funding over the next three years.
Newsby Steve Galea | February 24, 2023
Transport Canada (TC) is floating the idea of making some mandatory compliance of personal floatation devices (PFDs) and life jackets.
Newsby Jason Bain | February 23, 2023
MNRF Minister Graydon Smith was impressed by angler participation while visiting a Lake Simcoe fishing derby.
Solunar Calendarby Editorial Staff | February 22, 2023
The March 2023 solunar calendar is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.
Newsby Steve Galea | February 22, 2023
First Nations have called on the province to withdraw a request for bidders for the development of a management plan for threatened caribou.
Cookingby Andrew Rochon | February 21, 2023
Not only are these smoky goose pepperettes a great snack, but they’re also an awesome gift for farmers who let you hunt on their land.
DIYby JP Bushey | February 17, 2023
On the ice behind a snowmobile or ATV, some form of solid tow bar is a requirement. Follow these steps to make your own DIY sled tow bar.
Fishingby Gord Ellis | February 16, 2023
"It’s been an honour to write for OOD readers all these years," Senior Editor Gord Ellis writes. "I plan to be here for your grandkids, too."
Cookingby Andrew Rochon | February 16, 2023
With just a little effort the night before, these tasty and healthy snacks will help keep you energized on the boat all day long.
Fishingby Tim Allard | February 15, 2023
A quality, well-balanced, sensitive ice rod is a beautiful thing. Here are the four I use to get the job done for walleye.