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

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Dead fish in Ottawa River investigated

by Jason Bain | July 12, 2019

An investigation is underway after hundreds of dead fish were found in the Ottawa River east of the nation’s capital, according to local media.

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ICAST 2019 award winners announced

by Jason Bain | July 11, 2019

The hardware has been handed out at ICAST 2019.

Busting weedbed bass

by John Kerr | July 11, 2019

If you're interested in largemouth bass, but hate fishing "weeds", then you had better abandon the sport.

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Feedback sought for new Canada-Ontario Agreement protecting Great Lakes

by Jason Bain | July 9, 2019

Public feedback is sought for a new draft Canada-Ontario Agreement (COA) on Great Lakes Water Quality and Ecosystem Health released by the provincial and federal governments earlier this month.

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ICAST 2019: What's new in fishing

by Ray Blades | July 8, 2019

Get OOD exclusives on the latest in fishing innovation and technology at ICAST 2019, from Managing Editor Ray Blades, live on location

Walleye in the pads

by Gord Ellis | July 4, 2019

He tied on a jig and a yellow plastic twister-tail grub, and impaled a leech on the hook. His presentation was basic. He'd pitch the jig into a gap between pads and reel it back with only a slight swimming movement. His first fish was a 12-inch (30.5 cm) perch. My fashion­ defying partner threw it in the livewell and was soon back at it.

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Anglers noticing more aquatic vegetation on Trent-Severn Waterway

by Jason Bain | June 28, 2019

Parks Canada staff have not noticed an increase in the volume of aquatic vegetation on the Trent-Severn Waterway or the number of requests for permits for vegetation management from property owners so far this year.

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July 2019 solunar calendar

by Vanessa Stark | June 27, 2019

Muskie in the fast lane

by Gord Ellis | June 27, 2019

Summer. Iced tea on the dock. Siestas under the big willow tree. Air conditioners humming. Nothing moves too fast during the hot days of late June, July, and August, at least above the water. Down in the lake, things are a bit different.