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Fall 2022 cover FEAT
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Fall 2022 print issue delayed

The Fall 2022 print issue of Ontario OUT of DOORS magazine is delayed, due to continuing supply chain issues.

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Hunting diver ducks on Mitchell’s Bay

The lower Great Lakes region, Lake St. Clair’s Mitchell’s Bay, is the epicentre of diver ducks funnelling from across North America.

Hunting Moose Near Water
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Lead a moose to water

Learn how to call, track, and locate moose using Ontario’s water-rich environments with a variety of water-based strategies.

following the feed throughout the season
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Following moose diet through the seasons

It’s amazing moose can fuel themselves eating only leaves, twigs, and other vegetation, especially in the dead of winter.

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Waterspout reports increasing

New research says reports of waterspouts, a whirling column of air and water mist that usually appears as a funnel-shaped cloud, are increasing every year.

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The seasons of hunting

Many people track the year by the vacations or holidays they take. As a hunter, I track each year by the passage of the seasons.

a buck pursues a doe
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Following bucks through the seasons

Whitetail bucks cover a lot of ground during the year, and even throughout a hunt. Here’s how to follow bucks as their desires change.

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Fishing late fall walleye patterns

Late fall is an incredible time to fish walleye, as turnover tribulations are over and fish concentrate on mid to deep structure.

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Fall walleye: Don’t put away those rods yet!

The changing colours of leaves, cool nights, and the smell of autumn in the air signal that one of the best walleye bites of the year is underway. Yet, many outdoors enthusiasts have packed away their rods and exchanged them for guns or bows. Why switch entirely? Com­bining hunting with fall walleye fishing makes for great surf-and-turf trips.