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New pike regs in FMZ 10 aim to create trophy fishery

Anglers in Fisheries Management Zone (FMZ) 10 should be aware of a change in pike regulations that came into effect this year.

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Using the whole fish

A growing number of companies are starting to use the whole harvested fish for different uses, instead of just the filet.

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Bears coming out of hibernation early

The province and OPP are reminding people to practice caution as black bears are coming out of hibernation early.

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Free fishing returns for Family Day weekend

Enjoy the outdoors for Family Day weekend with free fishing. Go fishing anywhere in Ontario without a licence or Outdoors Card.

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Ask a CO: Are DIY jaw jackers that use mouse traps and other things as a trigger legal?

A reader asks a CO if DIY jaw jackers that use mouse traps and other mechanisms are legal.

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Springwater Sunday gun hunting approved

Springwater Township has approved Sunday gun hunting. The change will come into effect just in time for turkey season.

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2024 fishing regs released

The new 2024 Ontario Fishing Regulations Summary is now available as a downloadable PDF online. The new regs will come into effect on Jan. 1, 2024.

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Wildfire damage nearly triples average

More than 700 fires burned 441,000 hectares of forest between April and October — nearly three times as many hectares as the 10-year average, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF).

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Is deer liver safe?

Is deer liver safe to eat? Read what experts have to say and if people around the world find it safe to consume.