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On loving tillers

My favourite type of fishing boat is the ubiquitous tiller — 14 feet of aluminum and 9.9 horses of unbridled power.

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Just how safe are St. Lawrence River fish to eat?

Consumption advisories varied greatly between Ontario, Quebec, New York, and the First Nations communities along the St. Lawrence River.

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Spring 2024 digital issue available

OOD’s Spring 2024 enhanced digital issue is now available. Read yours today for the latest hunting, fishing, and outdoors content.

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Increase to black duck limits proposed

An increase in the limit of black ducks has been proposed. The limit will increase from four to six black ducks per day in some districts.

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Advantages of tiller boats

There is more to this pro angler’s success than technique, tillers matter too. Read the advantages of running a tiller.

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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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Don’t overlook these classic muskie lures

As new lure options grace shelves, these tried-and-true lures will always yield great results. These baits catch muskies right off the shelf.

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Manitoulin Island: Angling opportunities abound

The largest freshwater island, and home to 108 lakes, Manitoulin Island is an angler’s dream travel destination.

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Importing hunting trophies prohibited

Hunters pursuing elephants and rhinoceros are not allowed to import hunting trophies such as ivory or horns into Canada.