Big game, small game, upland, or waterfowl, Ontario OUT of DOORS brings you the latest tips and tricks.

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November 2019 solunar calendar

by Vanessa Stark | October 31, 2019

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Taking an animal's life is no small thing

by Steve Galea | October 29, 2019

My hands trembled imperceptibly. My heartbeat sounded something like a ruffed grouse drumming on a distant log. My knees were more than a little shaky, too. I am always like that after the shot.

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Making duck-hunting memories near Napanee

by Andrew Rochon | October 25, 2019

A late-season outing near Napanee opened contributor Andrew Rochon's eyes to a level of duck hunting unlike any other he had seen.

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Angling and hunting about more than size and weight

by Gord Ellis | October 23, 2019

I’m not sure when the term “trophy” came into the language of the angler and hunter. I can’t recall if it was always around or if it’s something the outdoor community adopted more recently. Yet this single word, when attached to fish and game of any kind, reveals an extreme polarity of views.

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Accessible duck hunting blind installed

by Editorial Staff | October 21, 2019

Hilliardton Marsh Wildlife Area has installed a new observation/hunting blind for physically-challenged hunters.

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Predicting good duck days

by Bob Alison | October 17, 2019

Bob Alison, an internationally-respected biologist and waterfowler, unveils some simple steps for predicting the best days to be afield.

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How much meat to expect from your harvest

by Tom Armstrong | October 16, 2019

Tom Armstrong explains how much meat to expect and offers some tips to help hunters improve the quality and yield of their harvest.

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October 2019 solunar calendar

by Vanessa Stark | September 27, 2019

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Going under cover for waterfowl

by Bob Bailey | September 27, 2019

Waterfowl hunters in deep cover can create the illusion of a safe location that offers food and social contact for ducks.