Whether you’re interested in tackle, ammo, DIY, guns, or gear, Ontario OUT of DOORS has you covered.

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Outdoor gift guide 2022

by Editorial Staff | November 15, 2022

OOD thought you might like these hunting, fishing, and outdoors-related gift ideas for your favourite people.

Trail cameras 101

by Editorial Staff | November 10, 2022

Photography is an ever-evolving art form, and trail cameras are no exception. Here are a few tips and tricks to consider.

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DIY: Trail cam lockdown

by Justin Hoffman | November 3, 2022

OOD contributor Justin Hoffman walks through a simple project for peace of mind when hanging trail cams this season.

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Getting the most out of your trail camera

by Justin Hoffman | November 2, 2022

Get the most out of your forest camera by implementing these eight trail cam tricks from OOD contributor Justin Hoffman.

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SportDOG SportTrainer 875

by Steve Galea | October 12, 2022

The SportDOG SportTrainer 875 is an electronic remote trainer, meant to reinforce traditional dog-training efforts.

Wolf Pack RV

Using RVs for basecamp

by Howard J Elmer | September 28, 2022

More than 1.7 million Canadian families use recreational vehicles (RVs) for travel and leisure time, including hunting and fishing.

HuntStand Pro app

Introducing HuntStand Pro

by Editorial Staff | August 15, 2022

HuntStand Pro, North America’s number one hunting and land management tool, has landed here in Ontario. Download it today.

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Beretta ES 100 Pintail

by Ken Doherty | July 12, 2022

This Beretta 12-gauge was the last firearm my father- in-law bought. While he “liked a good chunk of wood,” this was his only gun with a synthetic stock.

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Angling shots

by Linda K. Miller & Keith A. Cunningham | June 21, 2022

You’ve probably read about the challenges of shooting from high angles. Tree stand or hillside, angle can affect your shot placement.