Read personal stories and gain insights from your favourite OOD hunting and fishing experts in Ontario OUT of DOORS blogs.

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Learning about the Wolverine

by Jason Bain | September 13, 2021

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.

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.

Multi-species angling offers variety

by Brodie Kenna | June 18, 2021

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.

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Never too late to try something new

by Jason Bain | January 4, 2021

Taking part in his first deer hunt as a licenced hunter provided a nostalgic moment for Jason Bain of Ontario OUT of DOORS.

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A dream come true

by Lyle Gayder | September 1, 2020

A retrospection guest blog on a summer well spent at OOD magazine, remotely - by this summer's assistant digital editor, Lyle Gayder.

Outdoors offers refuge

by Jason Bain | April 27, 2020

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.

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Pandemic book club

by Editorial Staff | April 24, 2020

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.

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The cutover

by Gord Ellis | November 26, 2018

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...

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The angler and hunter's sixth sense

by Gord Ellis | October 9, 2018

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...