Posts Tagged ‘Fishing’

Kids learning to fish on the Trent River. Photo by Meghan Sutherland

Final free fishing chances coming soon

Canadian residents’ final opportunities to fish licence-free are just around the corner, including this Father’s Day weekend.

smiling child holding up a panfish dangling from a worm-baited hook
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Fishing derby brings smiles to kids

A charity that puts smiles on the faces of children battling cancer will once again host its annual fishing derby later this month.

May 2022 cover Feat
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May 2022 print delay

Due to supply chain issues, the May 2022 print issue of Ontario OUT of DOORS magazine is experiencing delayed mailing times.

Murphys Point sunset
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Fishing Murphys Point

Murphy’s Point is a family-friendly, low-cost island camping getaway you may want to recreate year after year.

Walnut & thyme crusted walleye
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Walnut and thyme-crusted walleye

This crunchy, flavourful coating will work with any flaky white-fleshed fish. Serve with a squeeze of citrus and some homemade tartar sauce.

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Ask A CO: What ID do I need while fishing?

Ask a CO takes Ontario OUT of DOORS readers’ questions and utilizes the knowledge of Conservation Officers to find the answers.

Gord Ellis running
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Considering hunter and angler health

Being in shape is possibly the simplest, most practical thing you can do to better your outdoor experience.

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Esnagami contest returns

Ontario OUT of DOORS teams with Esnagami Wilderness Lodge for a contest offering an all-frills fly-in trip for two.

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Northern marine railway to get upgrade

Anglers are expected to benefit from an $800,000 upgrade to a boat shortcut connecting Whitefish and Sabaskong bays on Lake of the Woods.