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Wild pigs threaten Ontario

by Steve Galea | September 20, 2019

Ask any hunter to recite a list of wild mammals residing in Ontario and the odds are good wild pigs won’t be mentioned. Yet, when Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) biologist Keith Munro placed an online survey regarding wild pig sightings last year, he received 10 reports almost immediately.


Sharpening your knives

by John Ward | August 30, 2019

Sharpening your knives is much less expensive than buying new ones or having someone else do it for your. But like most things, it does require practice.

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Looking for a record-book buck

by Don Sangster | September 17, 2019

Hunting is not always about spectacular wallhanging racks ... but, sometimes it is, Don Sangster wrote in our 2015 Hunting Annual.


$18.9 billion spent on fishing, hunting, trapping, sport shooting

by Jason Bain | September 13, 2019

Canadians spent an estimated $18.9 billion on fishing, hunting, trapping, and sport shooting in 2018, according to a new study commissioned by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) and the Canadian Sporting Arms and Ammunition Association (CSAAA), with support from 30 other groups.


Winchester recalls rifle ammo

by Editorial Staff | September 13, 2019

Winchester is recalling ammunition that may have a potentially-dangerous defect.

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No Asian carp found in Great Lakes

by Jason Bain | September 13, 2019

No Asian carp were found in the Great Lakes during this year’s early detection surveillance, but experts say Grass carp – the only species of Asian carp found in Ontario waters to date – remains the most imminent threat.


More “legitimate” fall expected

by Jason Bain | September 12, 2019

While he expects a milder, more “legitimate” fall compared to last autumn, David Phillips says predicting what kind of winter is around the corner is a tough call.