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Learn how to call, track, and locate moose using Ontario’s water-rich environments with a variety of water-based strategies.
Teijo Villa of Thunder Bay is one of the masters of Ontario Moose hunting. I’m amazed by his incredible depth of knowledge about moose and his ability to put people in close contact with giants.
The OFAH and MNRF licensing and policy staff will host an online demonstration about the new moose tag allocation process later this month, as well as a Q&A on firearms issues.
Long awaited changes to moose hunting regulations were announced by Natural Resources Minister John Yakabuski on Feb. 25, starting in 2020.
A proposal that aims to improve the management of Ontario’s moose herd and create a fairer and more sustainable tag process is up for public comment on Environmental Registry of Ontario (ERO) until September 26, 2019.
Recently, as I tromped through a large cutover area northwest of Thunder Bay, I had a revelation…So many of my hunting memories are tied with cuts there’s likely enough stuff for a book…