Posts Tagged ‘Gear’

DIY shooting box
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Predicting bullet performance before the hunt

Professionals use expensive gelatin blocks to demonstrate how bullets will perform on targets, ensuring that the round will have the energy, expansion, and penetration required for effective shots on game animals. But you can build a “poor man’s shooting box” to do the same tests using simple household materials for almost nothing.

Fishing
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OOD pros’ fishing boats

Seven Ontario OUT of DOORS contributors, editors and tournament anglers talk about their fishing rigs and why they love them so much.

Guns & Gear
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Comparing hunting loads

Do you know how your favourite hunting bullet behaves when it hits its target? We do. We tested their terminal performance.

Bobber down
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Slip-float fishing for winter pike

Using big slip floats to present large shiners to ice-bound pike has become a favourite technique of mine. It works as both a primary method and like a tip-up, as a secondary rod, away from the hut.

dip it good - feature
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Dip it good

This do-it-yourself project gives you the hydrographics used by gun manufacturers (and many others) to achieve that awesome camo look. So dip it good.

Moose
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Don’t discount drives for a fulfilling moose hunt

Pushing moose out of hiding and toward spots where your hunting party is posted can be amazingly effective when conditions are right and the hunt is well…

colour - colourful bait
Muskie
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Oddball colours that seal the muskie deal

It seems there’s no end to the colour combinations we’re presenting to muskie these days, and no reason to think that will change any time soon…

ICAST 2018
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ICAST 2018: What’s new in fishing

Get OOD exclusives on the latest in fishing innovation and technology at ICAST 2018, from Managing Editor Ray Blades, live on location.

braided line
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Seeing is believing in the power of braided line

Canadian renowned walleye charter operator, Captain Paul Powis and smallmouth ace Derek Strub, rely on Power Pro line to put fish in the boat.