Bass, walleye, trout — no matter what you’re fishing, Ontario OUT of DOORS has the latest tips and tricks.

March 2024 solunar calendar

by Editorial Staff | February 22, 2024

The March 2024 solunar calendar is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.

Casting crankbaits for more walleye

by Tim Allard | February 21, 2024

Casting crankbaits is a reliable way to catch walleye in any condition and weather. Read pointers on how to get the upper hand when using these hard baits.

Ellis inducted into Canadian Angler Hall of Fame

by Jason Bain | February 17, 2024

For Ontario OUT of DOORS (OOD) Senior Editor Gord Ellis, being inducted into the Canadian Angler Hall of Fame was like being added to a Canuck Mount Rushmore.

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Using divers for deep-lake trolling

by Jason Forde | February 13, 2024

If you enjoy deep-lake trolling, divers are a must-have tool. Divers pull the lure down to a specific depth. Learn about the three common types of divers.

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2024 Fishing Annual available

by Editorial Staff | February 9, 2024

OOD's 2024 Fishing Annual enhanced digital issue is now available. Read yours today for the latest hunting, fishing, and outdoors content.

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Enhancing your fishing baits

by Victor Papaiz | February 8, 2024

Anglers don’t have to buy the latest brand to up their lure game. Enhance your presentations in-house at a fraction of the cost with these options.

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Catching largemouth bass in heavy cover

by Luigi De Rose | February 7, 2024

Reap the rewards of punching for largemouth bass in heavy cover, with pointers on rigs, methods, and more.

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Ice fishing for steelhead

by Gord Ellis | January 31, 2024

A look at the locations, techniques and terminal gear that can help you ice some steel.

COs issue ice fishing safety reminder

by Editorial Staff | January 26, 2024

With the late start to ice fishing season, the Ontario Conservation Officers Association (OCOA) is urging anglers to use caution when heading out this winter.