Ontario OUT of DOORS is your first source for the latest hunting and fishing news and regulation changes.

Road salt also a summer problem

by Matthew Robbins | August 3, 2021

A unique study by researchers at the University of Toronto (U of T) released in March contained startling results about the environmental impact of road salt.

Fish stocking on target

by Barney Moorhouse | July 27, 2021

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) fish stocking efforts have, for the most part, been on target throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Goldeneyes adorn the 2021 duck stamp

by Editorial Staff | July 19, 2021

A beautiful image depicting a pair of common goldeneyes will adorn the 2021 Canadian Wildlife Habitat Conservation stamp.

Lake Erie perch quotas down

by Jeff Helsdon | July 13, 2021

Lake Erie commercial and recreational anglers saw a decrease in Total Allowable Catch (TAC) for perch when the Lake Erie Committee (LEC), composed of fishery managers from both sides of the lake, announced new quotas in late March.

Invasive caterpillars booming

by Jason Bain | July 12, 2021

Invasive caterpillars have ravaged trees across the province, but experts with the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) Invading Species Awareness Program (ISAP) say healthy trees will survive by growing a second wave of leaves.

Technology used to prepare for CWD fight

by Barney Moorhouse | July 8, 2021

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) is taking a high-tech approach in order to prepare for a fight against Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), should it ever enter the province.

Great Lakes could be under siege

by Jeff Helsdon | July 7, 2021

A recent study determined that as many as 144 additional invasive species could potentially invade the Great Lakes.

Family Fishing Week returns

by Editorial Staff | July 2, 2021

Ontario’s final annual licence-free fishing opportunity returns with Family Fishing Week from Saturday, July 3 to Sunday, July 11.

Poisoned angler calls for access to information

by Steve Galea | June 30, 2021

When competitive angler Jason Doyon of Sault Ste. Marie started noticing a decline in his cognitive and physical abilities two years ago, he took it seriously.