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Solunar Calendar

November 2020 solunar calendar

by Editorial Staff | October 27, 2020

The solunar calendar for November 2020 is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.

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Guns & Gear

Missing shotgun found

by Editorial Staff | October 27, 2020

A shotgun that was lost on a hunting trip on Muskrat Lake in Cobden, northwest of Ottawa, has been found and returned to its owner.

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Campaign aided 29 food banks

by Editorial Staff | October 22, 2020

A fundraising campaign spearheaded by a Canadian fishing lure manufacturer recently netted $24,350 for 29 food banks across the country.

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Shotgun lost on hunting trip

by Editorial Staff | October 22, 2020

Police are searching for a shotgun reported missing on a hunting trip on Muskrat Lake in Cobden, northwest of Ottawa, on Saturday, Oct. 17.

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Big Game

Following bucks through the seasons

by Tom Armstrong | October 21, 2020

Whitetail bucks cover a lot of ground during the year, and even throughout a hunt. Here's how to follow bucks as their desires change.

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Ask a CO

Ask a CO: Can you laminate game tags and licence summaries?

by Editorial Staff | October 20, 2020

Ask a CO takes Ontario OUT of DOORS readers’ questions and utilizes the knowledge of Conservation Officers to find the answers.

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The ultimate outdoorsman

by Gord Ellis | October 19, 2020

The story of freshwater fishing hall of fame inductee Ray Dupuis, who at 86 is an active hunter, trapper, fisherman, and conservationist.

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Fishing late fall walleye patterns

by Tim Allard | October 16, 2020

Late fall is an incredible time to fish walleye, as turnover tribulations are over and fish concentrate on mid to deep structure.

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Lower Great Lakes hit record high temperatures

by Jeff Helsdon | October 16, 2020

Record high temperatures in two Canadian Great Lakes could have an impact on the future of the fishery, if the trend continues.