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Read personal stories and gain insights from your favourite OOD hunting and fishing experts in Ontario OUT of DOORS blogs.
It wasn’t until my son Joseph and I were plying the weed-choked Scugog River just north of Lindsay during the this year’s bass opener that I really fully appreciated our newly refurbished Wolverine canoe.
We all know anglers who fish the same waters religiously and consistently catch big fish.
While some anglers spend a good portion of the year waiting to target a specific species during a certain season, many anglers are constantly on the go, never relenting in their pursuit of fish, regardless of the species or time of year.
Taking part in his first deer hunt as a licenced hunter provided a nostalgic moment for Jason Bain of Ontario OUT of DOORS.
A retrospection guest blog on a summer well spent at OOD magazine, remotely - by this summer's assistant digital editor, Lyle Gayder.
After six weeks of self isolation, it never felt better to cast a spinnerbait from the breakwall that lines our family cottage property to try to get the attention of a hungry, post-spawn northern pike.
For World Book Day we called on some of our contributors to recommend their top five fishing and/or hunting books to share with our readers.
Recently, as I tromped through a large cutover area northwest of Thunder Bay, I had a revelation...So many of my hunting memories are tied with cuts there's likely enough stuff for a book...
So much of hunting and angling success is based on decisions, and being able to tap into raw instinct, a hunter's sixth sense, can never be a bad thing...