Posts Tagged ‘Family’

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Outdoors offers refuge

After six weeks of self isolation, it never felt better to cast a spinnerbait from the breakwall that lines our family cottage property to try to get the attention of a hungry, post-spawn northern pike.

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Fathers, family, and fishing

I’ve been fishing with my father since I could walk. I was fortunate to grow up around all kinds of neat rivers and streams, like the Grand River, that was just a bike ride away. Going through a box of pictures the other day…

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A season of hunting traditions

There is a sense of comfort in all of these hunting traditions, because for the most part, our hunting grounds have not changed in all that time.

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6 Tips for taking kids hunting

Children can’t take the hunter education course or legally hunt as an apprentice until they are 12, but that doesn’t mean you have to wait more than a decade to take your kids hunting.

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Photo Friday Winner – August 18, 2017

Congratulations to our Photo Friday winner, Fiaz Sulaiman of Pickering!

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Scratching the surface of Temagami walleye

You should talk to my Uncle Serge,” said Yannick Loranger when I tell him I’m heading to Lake Temagami. “He’s got the walleye figured out.”

Jason Pitton
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Photo Friday Winner – October 14, 2016

Congratulations to our Photo Friday winner this week, Jason Pitton of Cambridge!

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Photo Friday Winner – October 7, 2016

Congratulations to our Photo Friday winner this week, Tim Curtin of Selwyn!

Photo Friday - August 26, 2016
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Photo Friday Winner – August 26, 2016

Congratulations to Earl Pennington of Goderich our Photo Friday winner this week!


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