Posts Tagged ‘Thunder Bay’

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.

a man is ice fishing for crappie
Ice Fishing
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Making crappie ice fishing happen on Lake of the Woods

Baby in tow, my wife and I, along with my dad, headed 4.5 hours west to Sunset Cove Resort to finally make crappie ice fishing happen.

four men in blaze orange over a fallen moose
Big Game
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A family moose hunt to remember

Few connections as deep as sharing a successful hunt with the most important people in your life, and nothing’s more important than family.

lyme disease
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More Thunder Bay area deer ticks carrying Lyme

Thunder Bay District Health Unit (TBDHU) reported 62.5% of black-legged ticks collected tested positive for the Lyme disease bacteria.

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Closer to the outdoors

When we look in the rearview mirror at this moment, it will be with the knowledge that despite the losses, it brought us closer together.

Chris Maley Cougar
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Trail cams record Thunder Bay-area cougars

The Holy Grail of trail cam video clips has been captured not once, but twice in recent weeks near Thunder Bay.

cougar - paw size
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UPDATE – MNRF in possession of cougar carcass found near Thunder Bay

UPDATE – DNA testing of the Thunder Bay-area cougar carcass, completed by the US Forest Service, has determined, with 95% certainty, that the cougar’s genetics were most closely related to individuals from the region of…

september - Fishing-walleye
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Record walleye – maybe. Great story – definitely

Thunder Bay angler ‘sticks’ to his walleye tale

Photo Friday Winner - March 25, 2016
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Photo Friday Winner – March 25

Congratulations to Kayla Rice of Thunder Bay, our Photo Friday winner this week!