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Changes have come slowly

Major changes have come slowly in the hunting rifle industry. But the refinements, they have been amazing.

Lost in the northern wilderness
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Lost in the northern wilderness

Fishing trips are usually about the biggest fish or the one that got away. For these two anglers, it’s the story of getting home again.

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Different fishing styles have time and place

We all know anglers who fish the same waters religiously and consistently catch big fish.

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Multi-species angling offers variety

While some anglers spend a good portion of the year waiting to target a specific species during a certain season, many anglers are constantly on the go, never relenting in their pursuit of fish, regardless of the species or time of year.

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Never too late to try something new

Taking part in his first deer hunt as a licenced hunter provided a nostalgic moment for Jason Bain of Ontario OUT of DOORS.

Lyle Gayder Ontario OUT of DOORS
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A dream come true

A retrospection guest blog on a summer well spent at OOD magazine, remotely – by this summer’s assistant digital editor, Lyle Gayder.

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Fishing as therapy

Fishing has always been a great source of pleasure to me. However, it’s only been as an adult that I’ve realized the power of fishing therapy.

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All tracks lead to spring

All tracks lead to spring. There is still snow on the ground in this part of the province. And, as I peck at these keys, turkey season is less than a month away and closing fast.. Those two thoughts converged in my mind seconds after I noticed a set of turkey tracks in the snow just down the road from my place.

Gord Ellis with a 48-inch muskie.
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By the numbers: 3 personal bests I’d like to reach

Whether it be a giant fish or impressive animal, these rare interactions lead to personal bests, or PBs. They are milestones in the outdoor experience. There are three I’d like to reach… some more achievable than others…